Ashton has gone and snagged herself one handy husband. Beau is the clever guy, who built this amazing clear acrylic arbour for their Glass House Mountains wedding.
Aside from his flash acrylic stylings, Beau is pretty great at marriage proposals. He had organised a romantic candlelit dinner on a private deck for his love, and – this is key – he waited till after dessert before popping the question. Oh, did I mention this was while on a surprise holiday he had planned? In Tahiti?
Come on, Beau, you’re ruining it for all the other husbands!
Their Glass House Mountains wedding was held at Ashton’s parents’ property, which just so happens to have the most incredible backdrop of Mount Coonowrin. Then their 70 guests joined them for a beautifully styled wedding reception inside, styled by the team at Splash Events.
Matt Rowe Photography joined Ashton and Beau at this inspiring location to help them create lasting memories.
“The gown had a piece of my grandma’s blue shirt sewn into a bow under my dress as my something blue.” “Because we only had a few months to plan our wedding, it was extremely stressful. We had the wedding quickly because we were hoping to have my grandma attend but unfortunately she passed away before our special day. Even though we were pushed for time it made our decisions quicker as there was no time for procrastination.” “The ceremony was held at my parents’ property, which is set amongst the Glass House Mountains. Clear Tiffany chairs with white cushions faced Mount Coonowrin, which served as a beautiful backdrop.” “We got engaged after Beau organised a surprise trip to Tahiti where he proposed on a private candle lit deck after dessert.” “White, silver and acrylic were the overall theme. Beau works with acrylic, so it was incorporated into the day. Beau built the clear acrylic arbour and swinging cake stand.”
“The wedding planners on the day were a great investment as they help to keep the stress to a minimum.” “Instead of a guest book our guests signed individual acrylic heart-shaped jigsaw pieces.” “Crystal candelabras adorned the tables with long rows of raspberry-coloured fresh floral arrangements.”“We had three wishing wells for our favourite rescue groups and charities and our guests chose which one they would like their wishing well money to go to. We raised $3640.”
Photographer: Matt Rowe Photography | Styling: Splash Events | Wedding planner: Wild Heart Weddings | Catering: Spoon Fed Catering | Cake: World of Cake | Flowers: Mondo Floral Designs | Acrylic goods: B & L Laser Designs | Hair: Emily Glasson Bridal Styling | Makeup: Mia Connor | Celebrant: Crazy for Love Celebrant | Favours: Bombardier Designs | Entertainment: Love Note Music | Video: Sunshine Coast Videography | Fireworks: KC Fireworks | Signs: Koolaz Signs & Designs
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