Rainforest wedding at Mount Tamborine
Adventure lovers Rachelle and Brenden found a perfect little spot in the middle of the rainforest along the Curtis Falls walking track at Mount Tamborine for their micro rainforest wedding. Always keen to up their daily step count, the team from Elope Brisbane eagerly took on the challenge.
Surrounded only by their closest family and friends, and the song of cicadas, Rachelle and Brenden exchanged their wedding vows in an intimate ceremony. As they spoke their personally written vows, the couple looked adoringly into each other’s eyes, caught up in the emotion of the moment.
The rainforest needed no decoration, bu stylist Mel from Miss Weddings set up a signing table and two chairs and marked out the ceremony area with some floral arrangements.
Celebrant Cheryl Landsberry told the story of the couple’s first kiss at Southbank, already falling in love on their first date. Photographer Romana Saeheng captured all the ceremony visuals, while videographer Dan Hodgson was on hand to capture the action to share with friends and family from afar.
Bride Rachelle wore a boho crocheted wedding dress, with hair and makeup by Suzie from An Eye for Style. Her bouquet was from Little Miss Flower Shop.
After the ceremony, the couple were transported to their lunch reception at Witches Falls Winery by Steve and Buster from Kandid Kombi. The gorgeous caramel drip wedding cake was by Cakes by Simone.
Another gorgeous wedding day which demonstrated how every couple has their own vision of their perfect wedding day, and with a little planning and the right wedding professionals, your wedding day can be everything you dream of.