When a bride's brief is that she wants her guests to feel like they're walking into heaven, you know it's going to be a spectacular wedding.
Leeann and Ricki started their wedding extravagance with the invites. A waiter dressed in a black and white suit and tie hand delivered the invitations to each guest on a silver platter - a mirror with the wedding details printed onto it.
"Leeann wanted her wedding to be both highly dramatic and memorable. Her sole brief was the wanted the dominant hue of the evening to be pink but with enough white so that she could feel as if she was floating in heaven. Here was a bride who desired a setting that encouraged her guests to feel gracious and celebratory," says Benita from BNT Event Management.
The Ceremony took place at the at the Central Synagogue where Leeann wowed her guests when she entered wearing her couture gown by Steven Khalil.
The Four Seasons Hotel was the perfect setting for the heaven-inspired reception which was designed by BNT Event Management. I love the way Benita has used the space, lighting and texture to create the spacious, luxurious and warm atmosphere.
Certainly this would be a wedding that would stay in the memories of the guests for a long time, but more importantly Leeann and Ricki believe it was the best day of their lives. They treated themselves to a luxurious six-week honeymoon in Europe before settling in their Bondi apartment.
The couples want to re-do their wedding from start to finish on their 10-year anniversary.
Photographer: Nadine Saacks
Brides gown: Steven Khalil
Bridesmaids: Charlie Jow Paris
Groom's suit: Ted Baker
Ceremony: Central Synagonue
Reception: Four Seasons
I hope this beautiful wedding has inspired you for another week of wedding planning - I'm looking forward to this week's stunning inspiration!
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