Warehouse Wedding

Farewell 2018!

With the holiday season officially upon us and our final event of the year wrapped, we’ve been looking back on the past 12 months and all of the incredible weddings and events we’ve had the pleasure of being a part of this year. 

Real Wedding – Olivia + Mitch

Mitch and Olivia were married on a crisp Autumn’s afternoon in April, in a contemporary and decadent celebration with their loved ones at Lightspace.

This ultra-cool couple decided to break tradition and share an emotional first-look together, before taking their wedding photos and sharing the afternoon with their bridesmaids and groomsmen prior to the ceremony, overlooking the river and city skyline at Southbank.

Real Wedding – Georgia + James

Georgia and James were married in a charming celebration of love on a Sunday afternoon in April at Lightspace.  

The couple tied the knot with a beautiful exchange of life-long promises surrounded by family and friends in the warehouse space featuring simple wooden church style seating, complimented by rich greenery garlands and a traditional Moroccan rug.

Real Wedding – Nikki + Scott

Nikki and Scott celebrated their love in an afternoon Ceremony at Lightspace against a magnificent backdrop of metallic draping and twinkling lights.  Candles bathed the aisle in soft, romantic light and two spectacular floral arrangements surrounded the couple as they exchanged their heartfelt vows.

Real Wedding – Vichheka + Anthony

On a gorgeous Winter’s day, the industrial warehouse space of Lightspace was transformed into a secret garden full of visual delights for Vichheka and Anthony’s big day.

Real Wedding – Kate + Andrew

Kate & Andrew’s urban razzle-dazzle celebration was a night to remember.

From the dramatic florals to one of the largest bridal party’s yet – clearly these two don’t like to do anything by halves.

Real Wedding – Nadia + Alex

When the brief came in for a “Vintage high tea with a Mexican day of the dead carnival mixed with an English country garden feel”, it is safe to say we were a little stumped.