Small Whitsunday Weddings

Sara and Alasdair – Whitsunday Pavilion and Whitsunday Marine Club

Making the most of the seaside locations on offer in Airlie Beach, Sara and Alasdair held their ceremony in the Whitsunday Pavilion before transferring to the Whitsunday Marine Club for their sunset reception.

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Alana and Justin – Whitsunday Pavilion

We tried to keep to the relaxed tropical feel, but had to mix through a bit of boho. We just wanted everything to feel relaxed, the word “formal” had no place at our wedding!

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Nick and Gyan – Villa Botanica and The Palm House

The Palm House was perfect for the reception, all our guests were in the one place and no one had to worry about traveling. It was like having our own little family village and gave everyone a good opportunity to mingle before the wedding day.

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Lidija and Ben – Coral Sea Resort

With a mutual love for travelling it seemed only fitting that this adventurous couple would opt for a destination wedding. Travelling to the Whitsundays to site inspect as many venues as possible it was Coral Sea Resort that they fell in love with.

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Jordan and Kayla – Hamilton Island Weddings

We planned 3 weddings before we finally decided to host an intimate wedding on Hamilton Island. We thought there is no better place with the great reputation that Hamilton Island Weddings has. We landed 2 days before the big day and fell in love straight away.

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Airlie Beach Weddings at Peppers Resort

Michelle and Aaron – Sundowner Cruises and Peppers Airlie Beach

One of my closest friends, who knew no one else at the wedding before arriving on Thursday, said to me at the reception that she felt like she was at Christmas dinner with all her family. Which was exactly our aim for having a destination wedding.

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Amelia and Aaron – Luxury Yacht Wedding

Ameila and Aaron fell in love with the idea of a luxury yacht Whitsunday wedding when it was suggested to them by their wedding planner. The couple had attended a number of weddings in the Whitsundays so it was important their day was in some way different to the weddings they had attended.

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Whitsunday Wedding Pavilion

Hannah and Simon – Whitsunday Pavilion

Holding their wedding ceremony and reception at the Whitsunday Pavilion meant that this couple had the time (and budget) to treat their guests to a sunset cruise around Pioneer Bay. Departing Port Of Airlie Marina after the ceremony allowed the wedding party to enjoy a different perspective of Airlie Beach as the sun set over the horizon.

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Whitsunday Wedding at Coral Sea Resort

Angela and Richard – Coral Sea Resort

When Richard and I got married we wanted somewhere a little bit different. With guests coming all the way from South Africa and New Zealand, we also wanted to give them a great experience of Australia. With the Great Barrier Reef on its doorstep, warm climate all year round and ability to cater to all budgets Airlie Beach was the perfect choice.

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Kate and Tor – Long Island Resort

We had a very small wedding and our close family and friends travelled from Western Australia over to the beautiful Long Island, so it was important for us to be able to spend precious time with everyone before our ceremony and know that everything was taken care of. Diana’s knowledge of weddings meant that she was able to translate our vision.

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