Harmony and Dalton dreamt of a relaxed island wedding and contacted the team at Elope Brisbane to collate a team of wedding professionals for their day.
Harmony’s vision was to create a boho vibe, with sand/tan colours, bare feet, and proteas. They invited only their immediate families, who were thrilled with the chance to have a couple of days away together on beautiful Straddie.
Steve from Kandid Kombi transported Harmony to the beachfront. She looked gorgeous in a simple knit dress with a baby’s breath flower crown. Dalton was relaxed in a white shirt with navy shorts.
On Straddie, there’s no need for formalities – or shoes!
Harmony’s dad walked her down the path to the beach, and Harmony and Dalton asked their mums to be their witnesses, which was a poignant touch. Their 2 small boys presented the wedding rings.
The ceremony styling was by Mel from Miss Weddings, pics were snapped by Romana Saeheng Photography and Graphic Design, Dan Hodgson Freelance created a video story, celebrant Cheryl Landsberry – Marriage Celebrant made the legals all so simple, and Cakes by Simone baked a white chocolate and coconut mud cake.
What a chilled way to be married!
We love an excuse to get to Straddie for the day, so contact the team at Elope Brisbane to make your Straddie wedding happen.
Rianna and Sam dreamed of a relaxed and intimate wedding on North Stradbroke Island. They hired a beautiful house on the hill with a view out over the ocean, and held their ceremony on the deck.
Photographer So Rosie captured all the happy moments and celebrant Cheryl Landsberry delivered a personal ceremony for the couple.
Sam chose the song “Lovely Day” by Bill Withers for his entrance, and Rianna chose “Chateau” by Angus and Julia Stone.
The weather was absolutely perfect, and many of the guests took advantage of the crystal clear ocean waters at Cylinder Beach for a quick dip after the wedding.
Rianna wrote “We had the pleasure of having Cheryl as our celebrant and couldn’t recommend her enough! So much thought and detail was put into our wedding ceremony, it was so special. Thank you so much Cheryl! A day we will never forget.”
Contact Cheryl for your wedding on North Stradbroke Island.
North Stradbroke Island is Kylee and Doug’s favourite place in the world, so of course they chose Home Beach at Straddie for their wedding location. Their DIY wedding ceremony was chilled, earthy, and genuine – just like the two of them.
Kylee and Doug rented a beach house at Point Lookout with views out over the ocean. They spent the morning of the wedding setting up marquees fitted with Persian rugs, cushions, lanterns, and long tables for a relaxed, boho Straddie wedding vibe.
North Stradbroke Island is a 20 minute water taxi trip from Cleveland, Brisbane, and is a favourite location for day trips, weekend breaks, and wedding celebrations.
Gorgeous photos by Capturing Life Portraiture.
Chat to Brisbane Marriage Celebrant Cheryl Landsberry to plan your boho beach wedding at Straddie.
On their tenth anniversary, this couple hired a house at North Stradbroke Island to host their wedding celebrations. In the afternoon, they went down to the beach for a simple elopement.
Standing under the shade of the tree, overlooking the aqua blue ocean at Point Lookout, they exchanged legal wedding vows in the presence of their immediate families.
Their elopement had a relaxed atmosphere. Straddie is the perfect place for a chilled wedding day.
The team at Elope Brisbane added some extra touches to this Straddie wedding, including a personal wedding ring memento, a surfboard inscribed with the couple’s name, and a Kombi!
Photos by Romana Saeheng. http://www.romana.com.au
Celebrant Cheryl Landsberry http://www.cherylwedding.com
If you’re keen to ditch the drama and elope to Straddie, contact the team at Elope Brisbane http://www.elopebrisbane.com.au
North Stradbroke Island is a popular location for Brisbane weddings and is 45 minutes from Cleveland via the Straddie vehicular barge.
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