Getting to your wedding

So, you have decided on a Sunshine Coast Wedding or a Noosa Wedding. Good choice! There are so many experienced wedding service operators in this are to make your day go smoothly and not only get you there on time but get you there in almost any style you can think of.

Of course if you are having your wedding in Noosa Heads and staying in Hastings Street then you can easily walk to your wedding, some brides and grooms opting for the more relaxed and less traditional way of ambling in together once the guests have arrived, saying a quick hello, then on with the business of the day. Newly weds often seen having a Gelati or coffee in Hasting Street restaurants or whole wedding parties strolling down the street on the way to the reception, being cheered on my holiday makers.

Hasting Street area is not a good place to find car parking, so if you and your guests are arriving buy car then please do allow extra time to find car parks and car pool or take a taxi where ever you can.

Arrive in style…

The more traditional way for the bride to arrive in luxury is catered for in abundance by the many experienced chauffeurs of the area who operate in Noosa Heads and the whole of the Sunshine Coast and Hinterland.

The bride and groom may often be staying on the property or family home and have arranged transport for the guests to be picked up from their accommodation in Noosa or Noosaville or any where else on the Sunshine Coast.


Noosa Hinterland Country Weddings

At a beautiful country wedding at Kenilworth Homestead, that I was lucky enough to be the celebrant at; The wedding had a very polished western theme and the Groom and Groomsmen arrived on horseback, and Bride and Bridesmaids in horse drawn country coach. The bride had also handmade individual cushions for all the guests to sit on atop the hay bales that were used as seating.


On The River

One unique way of getting the wedding started with a difference, was when the groom and groomsmen arrived on a speedboat to the James Bond theme tune and then a few moments later, the bride and bridesmaids arrived on the Gondola to the serenade of Per Amore by Andrea Bocelli. Such a stunning entrance, had all the guests in laughter and then in tears.