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Simple Maroochy Waterfront Wedding

7th July 2013

Brisbane couple, Anthony and Tracey, met at a festival in their home city. Five loving years later, they were engaged and in 12 months they planned their own wedding with finesse. A Sunshine Coast wedding with style by the water was the order of the day. 

Keeping things elegant and simple was their plan from the outset. They achieved this by having a guest list on the shorter side, with just 66 close friends and family members attending. This allowed the newlyweds to spend more time with each guest on the day. Simplicity was also achieved by having their ceremony and reception in one place – Ebb Waterfront Restaurant. No travel, no fuss. And what’s more, their wedding night accommodation was just upstairs at the Duporth Riverside Apartments, which boast amazing views of the Maroochy River. 

Take a peek at Anthony and Tracey’s lovely coastal wedding in these stunning images by Sunshine Coast wedding photographer, Terri Hanlon Photography. 

Tracey and Anthony’s Hand-picked Team That Made It All Happen

Photographer: Terri Hanlon Photography

Florist: Flowerworks

Cake and bombonnieres: Marché du Macaron

Makeup Artist: Mary Munns

Hair Stylist: Lush Cuts and Beauty

Entertainment: 16 Strings String Quartet

Celebrant: Elaine Brosnan

Wedding Night Accommodation: The Duporth Riverside

“We are able to be honest with each other, we respect each others opinions and we enjoy each others company.”

The wedding day will go extremely quickly, so make sure you make time to stop and take it all in.”

Wedding Secrets Revealed

Biggest splurge: String quartet for the ceremony

Best money-saver: Planning everything ourselves

Bridal gown: Maggie Sottero dress from Brides of Brisbane

Accessories: Swarovski jewellery from Swarovski

Shoes: Jo Mercer shoes from Jo Mercer

Groom’s suit and shoes: Tailored suit and RM Williams boots from RM Williams

Rings: Michael Hill Jeweller

DIY: Homemade Italian biscotti, and decorations

Number of guests: 66

We wanted a reception location that was modern and offered beautiful views, as well as an outdoor area for the ceremony. We also wanted to have a smallish number of guests so we could spend time with everyone on the night.