Stacey loves Nick | A Noosa Beach Wedding


When the day started out looking somewhat less than perfect by Queensland weather standards, Stacey and Nick refused to let it deter them from having their beach wedding at Noosa Main Beach’s Casuarina Gardens. After all, they had been engaged for over six years – this was happening! 

The popular spot for Noosa Beach wedding ceremonies was decorated by Beach & Garden Ceremonies with a touch of copper glamour, and a little sparkle. The bride chose flowers that included perfectly bloomed roses in a striking red, and local makeup artist Natalie Hunter applied a lipstick to match, while Evalyn Parsons whipped her hair up into a classic elegant high bun with a braid for a contemporary twist. 

After the ceremony and a quick bridal party shoot on Noosa Main Beach with Lisa Pearl Photography, the couple and their 55 guests continued the celebration with fine dining at Sails Restaurant on Hastings Street. 

lisapearlphotography-001 lisapearlphotography-002 lisapearlphotography-003 lisapearlphotography-004 “It was important to us that we could have the ceremony and reception within walking distance for our guest’s comfort and to minimise disruption on the day. We were set on a restaurant style wedding and after getting engaged six years prior in Noosa, finding a venue along Hastings Street ticked all the boxes. Once we had our restaurant venue selected, all other elements fell into place pretty effortlessly.”lisapearlphotography-005 lisapearlphotography-006 lisapearlphotography-007 lisapearlphotography-008 lisapearlphotography-009 lisapearlphotography-010 “Having our closest friends and family in the same place after travelling from many locations around the country. The day was just so full of love and having a morning ceremony and lunch reception meant we were able to spend quality time with everyone and party on well into the night.”lisapearlphotography-011 lisapearlphotography-012 “My grandparents were married 55 years earlier and my great-grandparents 80 years earlier on June 3rd and we feel so special to be able to share this wedding date with them. To honour this, I carried my grandmothers handkerchief from her wedding day in my dress pocket and my grandfather walked me down the aisle. ” lisapearlphotography-013 lisapearlphotography-014 “As part of our ceremony, we included a ring blessing which entailed our wedding rings in a timber box being passed around to all our guests for them to hold and say a silent blessing, wish or prayer.”

lisapearlphotography-015 lisapearlphotography-016 lisapearlphotography-017 “Follow your heart and do whatever you want to do, not what you think you need to do. Not every wedding needs to be the same, that’s what makes them special.”lisapearlphotography-018 lisapearlphotography-019 lisapearlphotography-020 lisapearlphotography-021 lisapearlphotography-022 “We made the call early on in the day that we were going to proceed with our outdoor ceremony regardless (of the rain) and luckily the rain held out for the entire ceremony and bridal party photos, with it starting to rain just as we stepped into the reception.”lisapearlphotography-023 lisapearlphotography-024 lisapearlphotography-025 lisapearlphotography-026 lisapearlphotography-027 lisapearlphotography-028

Wedding Secrets

Biggest splurge: Our venue and photographer. Both absolutely worth it.

Best money-saver: We were able to save money with the restaurant by having our wedding in winter on a Friday at the lunch sitting.

Bridal gown: Jill Stuart ‘Daphne’ Dress purchased online from BHLDN in USA. 

Accessories: Cape from Marilyn Crystelle Bridal, Earrings from Samantha Wills

Shoes: Manolo Blahnik ‘BB Floral Watercolor Pumps’

Bridesmaid dresses: ASOS

Groom’s and groomsmen’s suit and shoes: Roger David

Rings: Engagement ring from Michael Hill Jewellers, wedding rings from Hofstays House of Diamonds and Michael Hill Jewellers.

DIY: I grew all the succulents for our table decorations in the months leading up to the wedding.

Honeymoon: New Zealand

Number of guests: 55

Wedding budget: $20,000

lisapearlphotography-029 lisapearlphotography-030 “Our thank you cards were post cards we collected throughout our honeymoon in New Zealand.”lisapearlphotography-031 lisapearlphotography-032 lisapearlphotography-033 lisapearlphotography-034 lisapearlphotography-035

Photographer: Lisa Pearl Photography | Florist: Magnolia Grove Flowers | Venue: Sails Restaurant Noosa | Cake + desserts: Licious Cakes | Makeup Artist: Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist | Hair Stylist: Evalyn Parsons Hair | Ceremony styling: Beach & Garden Ceremonies | Entertainment: Dear Willow (Em-J Dau) | Stationery Supplier: Vistaprint | Celebrant: Cassandra Neilson – Coastline Celebrant | Wedding Night Accommodation: Fairshore Noosa 


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Learn more about… Magnolia Grove Flowers + Evalyn Parsons Hair + Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist + Cassandra Neilson – Coastline Celebrant





Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.