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Such a beautiful location for a small intimate wedding with close family & friends. Candice & Nathan were married on the beach followed by dinner in the Flying Fish at the georgous Sheraton Resort & Spa, Tokoriki Island.
Images by a wedding guest
We are just love this stylish wedding at the Sheraton Fiji Resort & Westin Denarau. Stephanie & Jarrad were married on the beachfront at the Sheraton Fiji followed by a reception at the Coco Palms at the Westin Denarau.
Stephanie brought her own artificial bridal bouquet over to Fiji and matched this with stunning fresh pink gingers for her bridesmaids.
Images by Kama Catch Me Photography
“We are home and back to reality. We just wanted to say thank you for all you did for us over the past 18 months while we were planning our wedding. It was easily the best day of our lives and we couldn’t have organised it without you. The Sheraton was absolutely AMAZING. We are so happy we trusted you and went with that resort, as it exceeded our expectations plus more. All of our friends and family have not stopped raving on about the resort and how much fun the day was (which I think is clear when you see their faces in our wedding photos, everyone was just so happy). Safe to say everyone who attended will be back within the next year! “
Thanks again for making our dreams reality,
Steph & Jarrad x
The wedding day has arrived!!! Guest were whisked away on the amazing Bel’Mare to a private island – Honeymoon Island, where the ceremony was to take place. Michaela & Erik were joined by 10 of their closest family & friends on this very special day.
Images by Lia & Stu Johnson Photography
We met Gemma & Kirk in 2014, they wanted a wedding on a private Island in Fiji and after a long search of possible venues they chose Malolo Island Resort, which is part of the Mamanuca group of Island just off Denarau. They we lucky to be surrounded by 40 of their close family and friends as they said I-do on this Island paradise.
Malolo Island Resort had some major renovations after the 2012 cyclone; the new Restaurant has been done Hampton’s style and provided the perfect backdrop for wedding portraits.
Island weddings are our favourite however there are a lot of logistics required to get suppliers, decor, bands etc. onto and off the Island, but when you have a wedding planner you just leave that all up to them.
Images by Lia & Stu Photography
Gemmas beautful Wedding Dress was from Mia Solano and the Bridesmaids Dresses we from http://www.forherandforhim.com, how gorgeous is that mint colour!
Totoka Hair & makeup did a great job on the girls, despite the ferry running late with an engine problem, they were all still done on time and looking fabulous.
The Groom & Groomsmen suits were from MJ Bale.
The ceremony was set up on the beachfront with a white draped canopy, white cube ottomans and the beautiful pink gingers… and what a backdrop!
The reception was set up in the Treetops restaurant. We hired in decor from the mainland from Party Hire & Events, the beautiful pink and mint colour scheme went really well with the existing decor of the restaurant.
The guest had a 5 course meal designed by Malolo’s head and the bride & groom. The menu started with an Amuse Bouche, choice of 3 entrees, Passionfruit Sorbet and choice of 3 main courses and an alternate dessert. Dinner was followed by a delicious white chocolate mud cake, which was also supplied by Malolo’s pastry chef.
The guest danced their night away to the amazing music by Kulture Band Trio.
A big thank you to Lia & Stu for these amazing pictures, what a beautiful location to shoot a wedding.
“Hello Chelsea, everything was fantastic. We had the best day, everyone is raving about how awesome it has been. We don’t want to leave! Gemma & Kirk