It’s been such a gloomy week it’s hard to think of marrying outdoors. But Scottish couple Stephen Tierney and Claire Tullan, from Scotland became the first to marry on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Although the bridge has seen hundreds, if not thousands of proposals, Tuesday the 3rd of June saw the first ever
It’s great to be able to see a video of a venue, especially if you’re planning from another country! Here are some offerings from Youtube of some Sydney, Australia wedding venues Sebel Pier One Sydney Hotel The Dockside Venues Group Watersedge Sydney Waterview Convention Centre
Sydney bride Sarah emailed me last month on the hunt for a barn. Barn from Saltwater Farm Barn She had come across this photo and was desperate to find something similar in NSW. Never one to turn down a challenge I searched high and low for an Aussie version of the barn to meet Sarah’s
Once upon a time, many years ago a carousel stood on the shores of Melbourne’s Albert Park lake. Today Carousel has been built into a glorious event venue with amazing views of Melbourne’s skyline. Featuring the original carousel floor and fitted out with natural tones, Carousel also features a wooden deck which is perfect for
The Chinese Garden Of Friendship in Sydney is such a stunning wedding venue. So lush and green with the peace and tranquility. The gardens were built to celebrate by the local Sydney Chinese community to celebrate Australia’s bicentenary. A nod also to Sydney’s sister city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province, China. There are three venues
Real Living magazine has a great new online shopping site for all the goodies you see in their magazine. They recently did a feature on a house that on October 23rd served as a shopping experience for Melbournites. I was particularly taken with the image on the right which was the theme of the feature.
The perfect blend between old and new Comme has just celebrated it’s first birthday and has swept Melbourne off its feet with its beautiful blend of architecture and modern touches. A perfect venue for the bride with a bit of funk, Comme can hold from 16-300 guests in their special purpose upstairs function rooms. A
A lot of brides want to get married in a church but aren’t religious, or have conflicting religious backgrounds. Many cities in Australia don’t provide a lot of indoor options for winter or weather concerned brides, sometimes a foyer of the reception venue is all there is! St Michaels is a non denominational church located