Chantelle and Trent’s wedding was all about intimacy. From the moment Chantelle walked down the aisle to Pachelbel’s Canon to the delicate floral archway that led into the church, every aspect of the event had a personal touch.

Trent and Chantelle married on their five year anniversary at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Watsons Bay and had their photographs taken at Watsons Bay Lighthouse and The Gap.

As part of the photos, the couple hung a hand-carved timber swing crafted by Trent’s grandfather from the branch of a 200-year old fig tree. Decorated in cream and white blooms and nicknamed the ‘love swing’, this served as one of the backdrops to the photographs on the day.

The reception was held at Dunbar House, Watsons Bay and the event coordinators were given a brief to make the guests feel like they were part of an intimate dinner party. Pale cream and soft white flowers adorned the tables and coconut and lime scented candles created a warm, inviting atmosphere.

Each guest received an individual menu, pressed with a wax seal of Chantelle and Trent’s initials, a motif that featured on the wedding invites.

At the end of the night, every guest was invited to sign the frame of an illustration of the happy couple drawn by artist Aaron Favaloro.

The festivities continued the day after the wedding, with the couple joining 30 of the guests to sail around Sydney Harbour on a luxury yacht.

Love and Sparkles,


Posted in Classic, Real Weddings by wedded wonderland

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