Jemma & Cameron featured in the new Sunshine Coast Brides Magazine.
Jemma and Cameron originally planned to get married outdoors under a tree, and then they stumbled across the 100 year old vintage style church ‘The Wedding Chapel Woombye’. The church grounds featured a little white picket fence, pretty landscaped gardens, and also boasted a grassy area for post ceremony drinks and photos. The couple fell in love with the quaint country feel of the chapel and decided to feature a country ceremony and then celebrate afterwards by the river at the Waterfront Restaurant and Bar noosa with family and friends.
An eclectically styled wedding concept that featured pretty hanging florals and a garden party soiree celebration, all emphasised Jemma and Cameron’s desire for an evening of relaxed laid-back fun. The couple introduced a large component of handmade styling elements into their wedding day with personalised stationery, including place settings, menus and invitations that were created by Jemma and Cameron on their home computer. The couple also purchased hanging lanterns, cute vases and colourful bunting to contribute to the styling concept for their wedding day.
photographer | www.callibphotography.com.au, ceremony | www.theweddingchapel.com.au, reception |www.noosawaterfrontrestaurant.com.au, bridal gown |www.hildeheim.com, flowers |www.floralart.net.au, hair/makeup | www.lindajordan.com.au, decorator/stylist |www.lovebirdweddings.com.au