THOMAS AND BROOKE’S ELEGANT HARBOUR WEDDING

Thomas and Brooke’s wedding was an intimate and relaxed affair surrounded by their closest family and friends, with a total of just 20 guests.

Following their church ceremony at Watson’s Bay, the couple and their guests guests boarded a gorgeous boat and cruised the Harbour, drinking champagne and listening to great tunes before docking at Flying Fish, where they dined for lunch at a beautiful long table in the private dining room, graced with bright florals and romantic candles.

Brooke told Wedded Wonderland one of the most memorable moments of her special day occurred towards the end of their wedding, “My 88 year old grandmother (and hands down one of my favourite humans) had been very ill in the lead up to the wedding and we had arranged a nurse for the day.  Unfortunately, the nurse lost us between the Church and the Reception.  My brother carried my Nan off the boat, along the jetty and up the wharf to the restaurant.  It was beautiful, seeing her cradled in my brother, with the beautiful sky and sea in the background and an image I will never forget.” So touching.

On a lighter note, the couple told Wedded Wonderland the speeches at their wedding were the perfect combination of sweet and funny, creating lasting memories that will remain with them forever.

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Photography  Milenko Weddings

Ceremony Venue  Our Lady Star of the Sea Reception Venue Flying Fish Bridal dress designer Carolina Herrera  Bridal shoes Stuart Weitzman Bridal jewellery  Kenneth Jay Lane Bridal headpiece/ veil Lisa Gowing  Engagement rings Dustins Grooms suit MJ Bale Cake designer Paul Hotton Invitation & stationery designer  Studio Silva Florist Seed Flora Favours  Lumira Desk Candles Hairdresser Jayde Turner-Ledwidge  Makeup artists Byron Turnbull  

 

 

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