Sydney couple Sarah and Ben married at the Westin Hotel in the iconic Martin Place Sydney. The overall theme of this breathtaking wedding was heavenly and romantic, with a predominately white theme.

Sarah wore a stunning custom made J’aton couture gown with a detachable skirt and complemented her look with a soft ponytail, exquisite diamond ear cuffs and Dior heels. For the reception the bride let her hair down, added her custom J’aton floral headpiece and removed the detachable skirt to reveal her simply beautiful gown.

During the ceremony, bride Sarah, walked down the aisle of the white themed ceremony to an extravagant 10 piece orchestra. Following the ceremony, a cocktail party took place where guests were spoiled with all different types of cuisines from Japanese sashimi, to dumplings and Middle Eastern foods.

The reception, which also took place at the Westin Hotel was nothing short of magical, overflowing with an abundance of flowers and chandeliers. The reception was set up to include a combination of both rectangular and round tables with various floral┬ácenterpieces including orchids, roses and the bride’s favourite, baby breath.The reception ceiling was adorned with crystal chandeliers which hung from floral vines.┬áThe bride also had a table filled with roses set up specifically for guests to take photos by.

Guests danced under a huge statement chandelier encompassed with beautiful floral vines. Behind the bridal table sat a beautiful white and green floral wall and a 9 tier cake sat atop a glamorous mirrored table adorned with florals.

The music loving couple had a band fly in all the way from the United States, who rocked the party until 2:30am ! Clearly this was an unforgettable reception as everyone was having way too much fun to want to go home!

Sarah and Ben had a room reveal specifically for the dessert buffet, which most certainly did not consist of one table of desserts, but rather the room was filled with various dessert stations, as well as a one metre long cake. The brides favourite dessert station was the custom built ice table with “S & B” letters as the legs, used to hold the ice cream and sorbet station which was served to guests in ice cups.

Wow. Talk about paying attention to every last detail! We can’t tear our eyes away from this beautiful wedding, and nor will you!

Posted in Glam, Real Weddings by wedded wonderland

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