Holly and Michael have been living in London for the last few years, so they wanted to return home and celebrate their wedding in style with all their Queensland family and friends. And their wedding day (well wedding weekend really) was a great opportunity for their UK friends to see and experience a little of the local countryside.
With spreadsheets and timelines all aligning, the wedding guests stayed in coastal Kingscliff and were coached in to the breathtaking wedding venue at Summergrove Estate at Carool in the Tweed Hinterland. After all the recent rains, the lawns were lush and green, and butterflies danced around the ceremony space.
Holly and her bridesmaids prepared for the big day at Zeta’s Coffee – a hinterland cabin with an outlook over the hills. The six bridesmaids wore gold dresses of various styles from Shona Joy and Holly was absolutely stunning with Hollywood waves in her hair and wearing a fitted white gown.
Holly walked down the aisle to music by Dylan Pinkerton, accompanied by Michael’s sister, Sarsha, singing Can’t help falling in Love – the song to which Michael proposed (on Paradise Beach in Barbados #proposalgoals).
We corresponded back and forth until the ceremony was just right – still classy and special, but with a little humour and candour.
Photographs were captured by Wilde Visual (Jess was super quick to send Holly some sneak peak photos too – something to keep in mind when choosing your photographer) and videography was by Pineapple Images Wedding Photography + Film.
Holly and Michael joined their guests for cocktails at the barn and enjoyed celebrating at the reception and had the best night ever!
Guests got together for a recovery lunch at Kingscliff Hotel on the following day, rounding off an epic weekend.
Thanks for sharing your day with me.