Sammy and Corey exchanged their vows on a family property near Myocum in Northern NSW. It was a gorgeous day filled with fun, laughter and happy vibes. Dressed with wine barrels, corrugated iron bars, and Australian foliage adorning the tables, this wedding was country inspired with a splash of boho chic.
With stunning views of the distant mountains, our Kata Tipi stood tall and majestic, perfectly complementing the free-spirited ambiance of this day. The beautiful smile on Sammy’s face really says it all!
What made you choose tipis for your wedding: I saw them on Instagram and thought they were amazing! I instantly said to Corey, my now husband, we are having a tipi wedding!
What advice to you have for people who are planning a tipi wedding? The tipi is the decoration- style it with flowers, not too much furniture! And definitely do it! The cost is minimal compared to how much fun you will have at your tipi wedding!
Which styling tips are a must for our tipis? Flowers, old timber, wine barrels, fairy and festoon lights.
Please describe your overall experience with having your reception with the tipi? The tipi was so perfect! Everyone loved it and it created such a fun and energetic vibe, everyone loved the dancing under the tipi and when the lights went down the fairly lights and music just had everyone with the biggest smiles! I couldn’t recommend a tipi wedding more!
Tipis: Gold Coast Tipis Furnishings: Sammy (bride) Photography: Bush Turkey Studio– Kate Homes Film: Thomas Austin (friend) Musicians: Paol Serret- Mullumbimby – Spanish guitar for the ceremony- and sisters boyfriend was the DJ Catering: Anise Catering Wedding planner: Sammy and her mum Florist: Will Atkinson Styling: Will Atkinson, Sammy and her mum Dress: Erin Clare -Noosa Hair: Byron Bay Wedding Hair – Sinead Make-up: Tegan Mclennan- Sydney Suits: Roger David Cool room: Mullumbimby Hire- they also supplied all the plates, tables, linen, glasses, slushi machine for daiquiris