The Mandalay Wedding

We chose the Mandalay wedding because we like the charm of the old building and the city views from the balcony. And the convenience of having the ceremony and reception at the same venue. The Mandalay is where the wedding photography took place.

Wedding gown // Fairytales Bridal Moonee Ponds
Hair & Make up // Rebecca Gauci Hair & Makeup
Celebrant // Mike Larkan
Flowers // Azalea flowers South Melbourne
Wedding Cake // Ferguson Plarre
DJ // Only DJs Melbourne

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How we met: We met 10 years ago and became friends while working together in the deli at Coles Chadstone, I thought Nick was a kind person, gentle and fun to be around. Nick said that he thought that I was mysterious, cute and nice when we first met.

The Proposal: Nick made me a fancy breakfast and then proposed at home in the garden in April last year, I was so happy and very excited.

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Especially relevant the Original features of the 1912 Edwardian mansion include open fires, lead light bay windows, antique furnishings, pressed metal ceilings, turret roof, and romantic return verandahs. Also, this majestic setting is truly the stuff dream weddings are made of….. “timeless elegance” at The Mandalay Reception.