I am still dreaming about this wedding. Just. So. BEAUTIFUL.
I spent the morning at the stunning Intercontinental Sanctuary Cove, surrounded by gorgeous bridesmaids. Paz had picked out such elegant dressing gowns and bridesmaids dresses for the girls. And not only that, they had matching cute purses and jewellery. While Paz was getting her hair and make-up done, she received a string of love letters and handmade roses from Marc delivered by one of the groomsmen. The morning was brimming with love!
Paz and Marc chose the stunning glass chapel at Intercontinental Sanctuary Cove to take their vows. We took a few formal photos at the venue before making our way back to Brisbane towards the reception. On our way there we stopped by a sugar cane farm to take some more photos.
Once we arrived to GoMA, it was already dark. But we were WOWed when we stepped on top the rooftop of GoMA. Cassie from Main Event Weddings had worked her magic transforming the venue into something amazing. Every single flower centre piece at the venue were freshly provided and assembled by Brisbane Market Flowers. Yes, you read correctly… they were all REAL flowers. The breathtaking cake and sweets table was by the talented Flour Girl.
Thank goodness for photos and film so we can relive all this magical day over and over again.
Thank you Paz and Marc for choosing us and nicknaming me “ninja photographer”. You guys are such a sweet couple and we wish you many many more happy memories like those from your wedding day.
Make-up: Sarah Thong Makeup Artist ( bride and bridesmaids) + Tham Duong ( bridesmaids)
Hair: Melissa Lim from Brushes and Cream
Bridal Flowers: The Butterfly Lounge
Celebrant: Peter Waterman
Reception Flowers: Brisbane Flowers Market
Cake and sweets station: The Flour Girl
Videography: Gabriel Kaszab from Dreamlife
Wedding coordination and styling: The Main Event Weddings
Blog music credit: Here With Me by Robot Koch + Susie Suh