Kacey & Aaron met 7 years ago in Airlie Beach, they came for an event at Magnums with their mutual friends, their best friends were dating at the time. Aaron & Kacey were pretty much inseparable from that moment on, although they wouldn’t admit that they liked each other.
Carly & Brendan live in Bowen just North of Airlie Beach, they knew that there was no place they would rather be on their wedding day. Unfortunately mother nature had another day in mind for them. Cyclone Debbie tore through the Whitsundays in 2017 leaving the area completely devastated. Setting the couple back to where they started with their venues.
When Hannah & Damien first met, sparks flew instantly. Although, the two of them did not quite realise it at first, but rather their colleagues were the ones to pick up on the connection and suddenly it all became very clear to them that their relationship was bound to blossom. Damien was very persistent, eager to impress a young Hannah, but something told her that this was not just the kind of guy you casually dated. This was the kind of man you married. And five years later, just a stones throw away from where they got engaged, these two became Husband & Wife at Earlando!
Matt and Toni met on an internet dating site. We happened to stumble across each other by pure accident as we lived in two different places. They knew they were meant to meet from the very first visit. Eventually Matt moved to Mackay to live with Toni and he has never looked back! Most definitely a couple that was meant to be!
Sam and Blake met each other in high school at the age of 12 where they shared each other’s first kiss at their year 7 school social. They always dreamt of planning a wedding with a beautiful backdrop and some greenery. They could not look past a wedding in the beautiful Whitsundays, which is full of potential for a destination wedding!
Growing up & living in the Whisundays, Jeni & Bryce knew that there was no place like home when it came to planning their wedding. Who could resist a dream wedding location such as Earlando. The wedding really had it all, from the rolling hills of the Australian bush to the deep blue sea.