Helen & Ed were married recently on a warm summer afternoon at the beautiful Werribee Mansion. A venue choice that radiated classic beauty & timeless elegance
Steeped in history, stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, Werribee Mansion is only half hour drive from Melbourne and made for the most romantic location for Helen and Ed to get married.
Helen & Ed spent the morning of their wedding preparing and relaxing with their bridal party. Ed spent time with the boys playing pool, while for Helen it was makeup and champagne with the girls.
Finally after the wait, it was time to go and get married!
A naturally beautiful bride, Helen walked gracefully across the lawn accompanied by her father, to the sound of Bach’s Air in G, played by the very accomplished musicians from Icon Entertainment.
While sharing stories from their relationship, the happy couple stood smiling and whispering to each other, framed by the stunning floral arch created by Blush Floral Design.
In a very meaningful ceremony, they shared vows, exchanged rings and then finally it was time for their first kiss as husband and wife, to the great excitement from their family and friends.
After the official proceedings they spent some time with their incredible photographers – Lost in Love photography, making the most of the breathtaking architectural details of this stunning location.
The happy couple then joined their guests for an evening of dancing and fun, provided by Robert from Remarkable receptions
Friends and family enjoyed the celebrations long into the warm summer evening – making memories to last a life time.
Congratulations Helen & Ed. It was a pleasure being a part of your very special day.
Celebrant: Fiona Garrivan
Photographer Lost in Love
Venue Werribee Mansion
Florist Blush Floral Design
Ceremony Music Icon Entertainment
Reception Music Remarkable Receptions