Tori and Josh throw huge dinner party for Moroccan boho wedding

Wedding: 17/11/2017

Posted by Lucy | 14 November, 2018

Tori and Josh’s Moroccan boho wedding on November 17, 2017 was designed as one big dinner party with their nearest and dearest.

The Sydney couple, both aged 31, married at Centennial Homestead, feeding their guests a shared banquet and Turkish delight treats.

“The rustic, delicious banquet got rave reviews from our guests,” explains Tori. “We also were able to do BYO, so we purchased our favourite wines directly from the wineries.”

It was a surprise romantic proposal that came at the least expected time that led to the pair’s big day.

“Josh proposed at our partly renovated home, when we had just moved in, had no kitchen and were sleeping on the floor,” smiles Tori. “A couple of our nearest and dearest ‘dropped in’ one Friday evening to see the progress and were in on the plan, but I was caught completely by surprise when Josh dropped to a knee in the middle of our empty kitchen and popped the question.”

Photos courtesy of Heart and Colour.

“I loved the simplicity of my dress … the beautiful lines of the bodice paired with the full skirt was just magic. Plus it had pockets! What’s not to love about a dress with pockets?” says Tori.

“We had planned to do our flowers ourselves… but after meeting with Ruth from Tumbleweed, we decided to put our trust in her to create the dream bouquets. She nailed it.”

“I actually bought the bridesmaid dresses on eBay from another bride,” explains Tori.

Josh and his groomsmen donned blue-grey suits and champagne bowties from InStitchu. 

“Really, we just wanted to party. And that’s what we did,” says the bride.

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Photos courtesy of Heart and Colour.