Medium Whitsunday Weddings

Leah and Ritchie – Coral Sea Resort

The style of the wedding was boho chic, I really wanted an organic theme to blend in with the natural surroundings as the Coral Sea Resort is so beautiful you really don’t need to do too much.

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Elaine and Shane – Whitsunday Pavilion and Peppers Airlie Beach

We didn’t really have a theme as such. I knew I wanted sunflowers as my main flower as my nan used to grow them and they’re such a happy flower so then everything centred around that.

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Luisa and Will – Coral Sea Resort

We wanted an outdoor beach wedding with a view and when we saw the Coral Sea Resort we knew it was exactly what we were looking for. The resort offered great wedding packages and options for both the ceremony and reception and Sharon, the resorts wedding planners was fantastic to work with. 

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Toni and Matt – Earlando

Everything about Earlando stood out for us! The moment we got over the hill and saw the place we both looked at each other and said “this is it!” From green, green grass to crystal blue ocean, the place is beautiful!

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Kelly and Benjamin – Hamilton Island

We dated for 8 years before being engaged in October 2015 on Hamilton Island. Ben organised a hike on the island, he set up a picnic and proposed on an empty beach. It was at this time we fell in love with Hamilton Island and decided we would come back to get married there.

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Kimberley and Nathan – Villa Botanica

We chose a destination wedding because we wanted something different and memorable. The crystal blue waters and the incredible position of Villa Botanica completed my dream day. We loved how we could escape the cold New South Wales winter and go to the Whitsundays for incredible weather.

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Natalie and Matt – Villa Botanica

We had a bit of a whirl wind with Cyclone Debbie hitting the area 6 weeks before the wedding. We were so lucky that the Whitsundays wedding community rallied behind all the brides and did everything they could to accommodate and re-home weddings at the last minute.

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Jodie and Callan – Daydream Island

Jodie and Callan were treated to a seaside ceremony at Lover’s Cove with the most calmest of Whitsunday winter days. Flat seas and high scattered clouds created for some postcard perfect photos.

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Julia and Derick – Whitsunday Pavilion and The Palm House

As a long time local working in the beauty industry, Julia knew just what she wanted for her Whitsunday wedding and how it was going to look. Having all the direct contacts and a keen eye for detail Julia become her own wedding planner.

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Belinda and Daniel – Marina Shores and Waterline On Shingley

A stunning seaside lawn set in the grounds of a popular Whitsunday resort allowed Belinda and Daniel to host a picturesque private ceremony with a surprisingly small price tag attached.

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Whitsunday Wedding Coral Sea Resort

Helen and Gordon – Headland Park and Coral Sea Resort

With their hearts set on a seaside ceremony and an outdoors reception under the stars, this Melbourne couple decided it was just too risky to host their wedding in their home city renowned for its very unpredictable weather.

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Tanya and Brendan – Montes Reef Resort and The Palm House

Parasols, lace, chandaliers and a VW Kombi were just some of the elements that went into this shabby chic beach wedding in the Whitsundays. A seaside ceremony on the sand, followed by a formal reception at The Palm House.

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Whitsunday Marine Club Wedding

Kacey and Aaron – Whitsunday Marine Club

With a crystal clear wedding day vision and a match made in heaven between the bride and groom and The Wedding Planners Whitsundays, this couple created one of the most delightfully modern Whitsunday weddings we have ever seen.

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Amy and Ryland – Villa Botanica

Amy and Ryland had not visited the Whitsundays prior to their wedding day so it made perfect sense for them to stay a little longer and enjoy all that the Whitsundays has to offer. The events kicked off two days before the wedding day with an icebreaker dinner at Port Of Airlie.

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Sharon and Wayne – Villa Botanica

This month marks the two year wedding anniversary for Sharon and Wayne who said “i do” at Villa Botanica. The couple fell so head over heels in love with the Whitsundays during their wedding week that they packed up their life and relocated to the Whitsundays shortly after. The dynamic duo are now happily living and working in the Whitsundays with their two beautiful sons.

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Alyce and Lachlan – Peppers Airlie Beach

Alyce met Lachlan when she first moved to the Whitsundays. He was a friend of the families and there was an instant connection between the two. After five years of dating and enjoying the seaside lifestyle of Airlie Beach they decided to tie the knot and living in the wedding heart of Australia is made perfect sense for them to host their wedding in their own home town!

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Sonja and Chris – Marine Club Whitsundays

It was great knowing that all our guests had made the effort to come all that way just for us and that each of them truly wanted to be there with us on our special day. The absolute best thing is having everyone in one place for a week, it is probably the only time you can make that happen and it is just really special.

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Kaylee and Joel – Peninsula and Waterline On Shingley

For our wedding, we wanted somewhere near the beach with a fun, causal and loving atmosphere. We started looking overseas, but the logistics seemed too hard. Also we took into consideration the travel for some our guests.

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Amy and Adams beachside boho wedding

Amy and Adam – Hamilton Island

Featuring hints of mint and pops of pink the colour scheme created a youthful and playful feel to the day and was the perfect accompaniment to the tropical islands backdrop of lush green gardens and azure sea.

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Stephanie and Steve – Whitsunday Pavilion and Whitsunday Sailing Club

I had been looking for somewhere to go on our honeymoon when I came across the Whitsundays, we instantly feel in love with the picturesque photos and decided that it was the place where we wanted to get married and honeymoon. We stayed for 15 days in total we loved it so much and enjoyed loads of day trips.

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Whitsunday wedding on Hamilton Island

Sara and James – Hamilton Island Weddings

Having a destination wedding was amazing for us as we were able to have the wedding we dreamed of and all of our guests were able to make the most of the Whitsundays and make a holiday out of it. Just make sure you give your guests as much notice as you possibly can so they can join in on the celebration.

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Lauren and Daniel – Coral Sea Resort

We both wanted a small simple wedding we just didn’t know where. We spent months looking for venues in the area around our home town but we weren’t totally in love with anything we looked at. One day I started looking up destination weddings when I came across Coral Sea Resort and instantly knew that was the place it had to be.

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Brittany and Jack – Peppers Airlie Beach

Brittany and Jack searched for a wedding venue for almost 2 years in Sydney and after finding all of them overpriced and uninspiring they decided to look further afield. “We wanted something relaxed and not over the top. We never planned on going to the Whitsundays and just stumbled across it one day while searching online.”

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Merindah and Matt – Déjà vu Restaurant at Waters Edge Resort

We had dreamed of getting married somewhere warm and tropical and had been to the Whitsundays before and loved it. My husband wanted to get married in shorts and thongs and keep it more relaxed.

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