One of the most beautiful things about a same sex wedding is that there is so much choice when it comes to tradition and logistics. Of course in modern weddings we can all turn tradition on its ear, but the level of expectation to follow tradition within families can be heavily felt by couples.
At this point in time, same sex wedding “rules”, for lack of a better term, are being written by each individual couple – or the rule book is being thrown out, is another way of looking at it!
I was very interested to discover the choices Whitney and Robyn made for their stunning wedding with all the trappings at the Sunshine Coast’s Yandina Station. For example, both beautiful brides wore traditional gowns suited to their own personal styles. Whitney wore a jaw-dropping princess gown with strapless bodice, while Robyn went for a full lace fitted silhouette and donned a veil. They both carried bouquets and had three bridesmaids each, who wore different styles and colours that all blended to create one very pretty pastel colour palette.
Logistically speaking, the brides took turns being escorted down the aisle and at their reception they simultaneously tossed their bouquets.
From the fashion to the flowers to the styling, Whitney and Robyn’s wedding was absolutely gorgeous luxury country estate wedding. This film by BXCSMXTH gives you a glimpse into the joy and love shared on the day, as well as all the decorative details.
Videography BXCSMXTH | Photos Bonnie Jenkins Photography | Venue and catering Yandina Station | Hire Splash Events | Flowers Ginger Lily Rose | Wedding dresses Karen Willis Holmes + Watters | Brides’ shoes Jimmy Choo + Novo | Brides’ jewellery Samantha Wills | Makeup Bec James Makeup | Hair KM Makeup Studios + Emma Wilson | Rings Underwoods Fine Jewellers | Celebrant Vogue Vows Celebrancy | Stationery Zazzle + Etsy | Music Unique DJ’s