When I first met Georgie and Chris, I just knew their wedding day was going to be a whole lot of fun… and it certainly was. I spent the day surrounded by some of the nicest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. The bridal party was full of larrikins and lovely ladies and felt more like a day out with friends than a regular ‘ol workday.
Alex Ouston looked after the hair and makeup for the girls and as usual, she and her team did a wonderful job. Alex has spent many years doing makeup for TV networks and it really shows. Her work photographs beautifully. The ever-lovely Michelle Shannon worked her usual magic and delivered a beautifully heartfelt ceremony. After the formalities, the guests were treated to the musical delights of The Paper Flowers, while the bridal party and I headed offsite for photos in a few locations around Byron Bay… travelling in style in a pair of 1964 Kombis supplied by The Vintage Wagon.
The team at The Wedding Shed certainly put their mark on Fig Tree. This venue always looks incredible, but for Georgie & Chris’ wedding, it was a whole new level of amazing. The couple encased their outdoor dining area with a marquee frame, decorated with soft fabrics, gorgeous chandeliers, and beautiful flower arrangements by the uber talented Estelle from The French Petal. This was the first time I have ever seen Fig Tree dressed like this… but I’m sure it won’t be the last.