We met with Meagan and Rhys years ago and only got into the planning a few months before the wedding. Meagan is a creative visionary and it was such a joy to work with someone willing to push the boundaries and create a wedding unique to their personality.
The ceremony was set at the top of a hill over looking Mt Warning. Bentwood Chairs provided seating for 140 something guests and a large wooden structure created a picture frame for the incredible scenery. After the ceremony guests were treated to a drinks buffet with personalised cocktails and refreshments.
Back down the hill at the renowned Mavis’s Kitchen, a jaw-dropping wedding reception awaited the guests.
Pre-dinner drinks and canapes were served in a marquee which held a photo booth, lounge area and bespoke bar. Guests were entertained with a variety of lawn games including chess, bocce and croquet.
As the sun set, they took their places at 16m long banquet tables, overlayed in dusty pink chiffon and decorated with brass vases brimming with white, pink and pastel blooms from White Ivy Design.
The crowning glory were rows of suspended lamps that provided subtle lighting over the central tables, and festoon lights glittering above the tables and dance floor.
Guests danced the night away under the stars in a place that can only be described as heaven on earth.
Warm congratulations from all of us at Sugar & Spice goes out to Meagan and Rhys as they begin their journey as husband and wife. We are so thankful we could come along for the ride!
Huge thanks to our team who pulled this off on the day, Anita, Francesca, Jason, Carmel, Emily and Anastasia. Also toTim Sherriff for the work of art images!