Mitch and Tania's Byron Bay Wedding

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Tania and Mitch’s beautiful love story was lucky enough to be featured on Together journals online blog this week. To say that I’m excited is an understatement! Check out their full story here.


If any of you have been to Byron Bay around April, you already know that the weather and general vibe this time of year is near perfect! There was no question as to why these two chose the Fig Tree Restaurant, up in the beautiful hinterlands of Byron to promise themselves to each other. The day was truely magical; the sun came out, on cue, and cut through the beautiful old fig tree, only moments after Mitch and Tania had said their vows. The stars then lit up the sky as everyone dined, drank and danced their way into the evening.

Bower Botanicals knocked the florals out of the park with a stunning selection of seasonal natives. Special thanks to Skai Ceremonies who did a heartfelt and relaxed job marrying the lovely couple. Huge congratulations to Ruusk for producing some of the most delicate, yet stunning wedding bands i've ever seen. Tania flawlessly wore Rue De Seine from the Bridal Atelier with the bridesmaids wearing Hazel & Folk.  Mitch wearing Suit Shop by P Johnson. Amazing authentic mariachi set by Duo Serenata and dance floor tunes by Scradley Beats, hair and make-up by The Future Mrs. Great all round effort by Byron Bay Weddings for coordinating all these lovely vendors.