Renee and Ben chose Noosa Wedding Ring’s Beach/River Wedding Package with Cruise to celebrate their special day.
Popular Noosa Celebrant Hari Scholes CMC officiated in the Casuarina Garden as Renee and Ben made their vows to each other. So Very Feminine had done the honours in the hair and makeup department and the Ultimate Florist deserves the credit for Renee’s beautiful white Orientals and Singapore orchids. Kristy of anoosa.com Photography took the photos.
Uniquely You Noosa arranged the covered chairs, registry set, bamboo aisle and Balinese flags in the Casuarina Garden and Noosa VIP Limousines provided the glamour of the stretch limousine.
After the ceremony and the congratulations, Renee and Ben moved down to Noosa Main Beach for the photo shoot before boarding the Noosa Ferry Cruises boat with their guests to cruise to their riverfront reception at the River Deck Restaurant at Noosa Marina.
Corinne and Mat’s wedding was a very happy event with both families well represented and obviously enjoying their visit to Noosa.
The bride and groom looked beautifully relaxed after their massages with Dagmar of Be Vital Massage. Andrej of Artisan Photography clearly enjoyed himself taking the photos as did Sam of Wild Bunch Weddings who manned the video camera. Noosa VIP Limousines delivered the girls to the ceremony in a style befitting the glamour of the occasion which was reflected by the stylish decorations Uniquely You Noosahad installed ready for the arrival of the guests and the bridal party.
Corinne and Mat’s was another very happy Noosa Wedding Ring beach wedding followed by a Noosa Main Beach photo shoot.
For your Noosa beach wedding, you have quite a few options with respect to ceremony venues.
In capital cities, the majority of weddings still take place in a church setting and this option is also available to you in Noosa. The Noosa Wedding Ring website details your major options with regard to a church ceremony here.
But Noosa is a stunningly beautiful place to make your vows to each other and perhaps this is why the majority of Noosa weddings take place outdoors. To hold a ceremony in a public place you need a Wedding Permit from Council and you can see Council’s map of offerings here.
Council’s list of available areas includes Little Cove, First Point, Beach Access 11 and 14, Noosa Woods, Maison la Plage, Seahaven Grove, Sandcastles Grove, Casuarina Gardens, Hidden Grove and Laguna Grove. And you need to take into account that, while Little Cove Beach is very attractive, the ceremony timing depends on the tides and access is difficult for both vehicles and many guests.
Another possibility is to make your vows on private property and you might like to check out Culgoa Point Beach Resort in this regard.
Noosa’s weather is idyllic but just the same it does rain here sometimes so if you plan to marry outdoors, you need to choose both a ceremony venue and a backup wet weather venue. If you plan to engage a Wedding Planner on the other hand, you can leave your wet weather plan in her capable and experienced hands.
So Very Feminine enjoyed doing the girls’ hair and makeup and the Ultimate Florist created the white rose bouquets with black ribbons. The girls travelled out to Sandy Island by gondola and the guys and the guests came by boat.
Ronnie of anoosa.com Photography worked her usual magic with the camera both during the ceremony and afterwards for the photo shoot on Sandy Island. Then Noosa Ferry Cruises took the newlyweds and their guests for a cruise along the beautiful Noosa River before delivering them to their riverfront reception.