A Luxurious Melbourne Wedding With A Traditional Touch

When Robert and Khang tied the knot earlier this year, they knew they wanted their wedding to be one big party and they certainly achieved it with over 250 guests, a bar on the deck and guests indulging in espresso martinis all night long.

“The most memorable part of the day for us was looking around and realizing that everyone we loved was under one roof and there for us. It was also a scorching 43 degree day so the limo air con not coping will also be memorable for us and the bridal party for a while.”

“Too many great moments to list! After finishing our bridal dance our bridal party (all 12 of them) joining us on the dance floor and then the sax player starting his set by bursting into the middle of the dance circle – really set the tone and the party going.”

Before the big day, the couple had a traditional Vietnamese tea ceremony:

“As we’re from different backgrounds it was awesome seeing our two families and cultures mix – the tea ceremony was really important to my family and was wholeheartedly embraced by Rob’s family,” says the bride.

Congratulations Robert and Khang!

Photographer: Tin Drum Photography and Cinematography

Ceremony Venue: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church

Reception Venue: Carousel

Cinematographer: Tin Drum Photography and Cinematography 

Celebrant or Officiant: Father Wahid

Entertainment: Rutherford Entertainment

Bridal Dress Designer: Leah Da Gloria

Bridal Shoes: Sophia Webster

Bridal Jewellery: Christie Nicolaides

Engagement Rings: Top Image Jewellery

Bridesmaid Dresser Designer: White Runway

Flower Girl Dresses: Princess Boutique

Boutique Groom’s Suits: Custom Made by family friend

Pageboy suit: Princess Boutique

Cake Designer: Nikos Cake

Invitation Designer: Paperjam Studio

Florist: Lulu Bird

Favours: Make Scents of It

Hairdresser: Neike Hair Melbourne

Makeup Artists: Jade K

Posted in Glam, Real Weddings, Wedding Traditions by wedded wonderland

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