Cultural Fusion: A Traditional Greek And Cook Island Wedding

Niki and Jayd’s love story resembles the perfect mix of two cultures. Niki is of a Greek background while Jayd is of a Cook Island background, and together on their wedding day, they showcased an incredible fusion of traditions from their homelands.

From a Greek Orthodox Church Ceremony to a having a traditional Cook Island haka entrance performed by the boys, the union of these two lovebirds was uniquely beautiful. The couple had friends and family travel from Melbourne, New Zealand, The Cook Island and Germany, to be with them on their special day.

According to Niki, the most memorable part of their big day was the fact that they did not exactly follow tradition, as she had both of her parents walk her down the aisle. A sweet alternative, isn’t it, Fairies?

Tip from the bride: “Looking back, we wish we could have made more time to speak to everyone that had attended.”

Scroll below to see some incredible images from the stunning wedding day of Niki and Jayd!

Photographer: Margan Photographers, Ceremony Venue: Cathedral of The Annunciation of Our Lady, Reception Venue: Centennial Parklands, Cinematographer: Everlast Videographers, Entertainment: Pro Djs Australia, Bridal Dress: Raffaele Circua, Bridal shoes: Charlotte Mills, Bridal headpiece & Florist: Flowers by Olea & Co, Engagement rings: Michael Hill, Bridesmaid Dresses: Camilla and Marc, Flower Girl Dresses: Arabella and Rose, Groom’s Suit: Mj Bale, Groomsmen Suits: Johnny Bigg, Pageboy Suit: David Jones, Cake Designer: The Sweet Spot, Invitation Designer: Kwik Kopy Surry Hills, Favours: DIY, Hairdresser: Rupunzels Room, Makeup artists: Gemma Nicholls

Written by: Zoe Kanlis

Featured Image: Margan Photographers

Posted in Fashion, Real Weddings, Uncategorized by wedded wonderland

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