Mel and Jay didn’t want to have a big wedding, but they did plan a very big day for themselves and their nearest and dearest. Jay and guests started the day out boarding a luxury yacht, enjoying canapés and drinks while cruising out to Whitehaven Beach. Mel and her parents flew via helicopter to Whitehaven Beach. The ceremony started with Mel and her family stepping out onto the white silica sand as the music started…
After beginning to plan their larger wedding closer to home, Ciarra and Justin realised that their special day should really be all about just them, celebrating their love for each other and taking the next step in their family life together (with their gorgeous son by their side!) so they packed it in with the big wedding planning, jumped in their cars, and drove up for the stunning experience of a Whitsundays wedding with their closest family and loved ones by their side to celebrate with them. Keeping it small and intimate does not mean it was without some epic glamour though – that dress, seriously WOW!
Simon and Hannah stopped at nothing to create the most magical, fun filled day for their wedding guests. To start with they chose the beautiful Whitsundays for it’s warm climate and range of activities to enjoy before and after the wedding day itself. Then for the wedding day not only did they have a heartwarming wedding ceremony and danced under the stars during the reception, but treated their guests to a sunset cruise around Airlie Beach.
James and Hannele’s stunning Winter Elopement is the stereotypically spontaneous romance of making the snap decision to jet off into the sunset and marry the one you love as soon as possible!
A bright and bubbly bride plus a laid back and adoring groom made for one heartfelt, emotional, funny and joyous Airlie Beach Elopement.
Being from Melbourne, Helen and Gordon would never dream of having a winter wedding down south. But escaping the cold and holding an intimate wedding in the Whitsundays, in winter, was just the ticket. With an average winter temperature of 24-26 degrees, these Melbournites revelled in all the Whitsundays has to offer.