Victorita and Jarred – Whitehaven Beach and Whitsunday Pavilion


November 29, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Intimate,Real Weddings



 

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Ceremony: Whitehaven Beach
Reception: Whitsunday Pavilion
Celebrant: Deanna Kent
Wedding Coordinator: Total Weddings
Decorator: The Event Company
Hair: Airlie Beach Hair and Makeup
Make-up: Airlie Beach Hair and Makeup
Flowers: The Flower Hut
Dress: Grace Heart
Cake: Whitsunday Baked Creations
Accommodation: Pinnacles Resort & Spa
Transport: Whitsunday Shuttle Limousine Services and Airlie Beach Helipad
Photography: Total Weddings
Videography: Emotive Media

 

Why the Whitsundays?

We wanted to escape to the most beautiful seaside location and experience a barefoot wedding by the ocean. The Whitsundays was a place where we could create a personal and intimate day that was a true representation of our love and compassion for each over. We had never been to the Whitsundays before, and I am forever grateful we had the opportunity to experience such a peaceful place.

 

Wedding Week…

Our stay in the Whitsundays was a week of relaxation and adventure. We celebrated the special event with a sunset cruise and champagne. Followed by sea kayaking and an indulgent rejuvenating full body exfoliation.

We then explored tropical North Queensland on a very amazing road trip.

 

Wedding Day Vision…

We wanted a romance inspired day with a touch of classic bohemian. Our color theme was based on earthy natural colours, with rustic vibes and elegant undertones. It was so pure and romantic, to create the beginning of our life journey with sandy toes and a blue sky and complete the evening with a beautiful sunset, relaxed vibes and true happiness.

 

Brides Wisdom

The heart of your marriage is your true love and that needs to be your focus. Your wedding day is one day of your life to have the best experience you will always remember.

Create a story that will celebrate creativity, friendship and love.

 
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Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

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Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

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Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

Whitsunday Balinese Pavilion Wedding

 

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