Posts Tagged:wedding Wildes Meadow

Warm up your wedding look with a cool jacket or wrap.

Let’s face it, shoulders are lovely, and we do love to wear an off the shoulder wedding dress. They are timeless, sensual, and sophisticated, but there are certain times of the year when a little extra warm may be needed. You have a few options, and over the years we have seen our brides come…

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Early November wedding in the Gazebo for Luke and Renee.

Having “been together forever” and with two boys, Renee and Luke were wanting to have a small family wedding in a lovely garden setting before continuing celebrations elsewhere. When they visited The Secret Garden, they fell in love with the Wedding Gazebo. Set against the ornamental lake, it frames a ceremony space beautifully and is…

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A few tips on getting perfect wedding photos.

Photos from your wedding day will create lasting memories and it is worth considering how your venue may affect the look and feel of your photos before making a final decision on where to book in for your dream day. When looking for venues, whether it’s for your ceremony or reception or both, try to…

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A winter woodland wedding for Amy and Peterus.

“Your gardens were the perfect backdrop for our autumn/winter wedding. We couldn’t have been happier!” Aimee, June 2019   Getting married outdoors in winter in the Southern Highlands is not what most couples would think of, but for Aimee and Peterus it was perfect – they really wanted to say their vows in a natural…

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Starting your wedding ceremony on time

There are often very valid reasons for a wedding ceremony to start on time and the wedding party having to stick to a tight schedule. This could include: The celebrant having to go onto another ceremony. You only have the ceremony area booked for a certain time and another couple will be using it after…

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A few tips to ensure everyone gets to your wedding on time.

A few tips to ensure everyone gets to your wedding on time. One of the biggest worries for the bride groom on their wedding day is making sure guests arrive for the ceremony on time. Often there is a time frame for things to happen, that has been organised well in advance and for specific…

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Ellie + Stuart, amoungst the roses in December

I can still remember when Ellie, Stuart and their families came to have the tour of The Secret Garden, they were just so excited to find a garden that held everything they wanted – plenty of roses in blooms, mature trees, lush green lawns, a lake, easy access and plenty of room for all their…

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Grace and Adam. A misty summer wedding in the Southern Highlands.

We were thrilled to work with the beautiful Grace and Adam to help them create their dream wedding day in The Secret Garden. They wanted to get married in a beautiful garden and have after ceremony drinks and nibbles in a relaxed and casual setting before going onto their reception venue. Grace and Adam unfortunately…

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Beautiful spring wedding for Guy and Nicole.

When Nicole and guy first visited the Secret Garden, the date they wanted, was not available so after some discussion with their bridal party and family, they settled on a mid-week morning wedding. The couple were looking for an intimate space in which to exchange their vows in front of close family and friends and…

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How to drape a tree with fabric for a stunning outdoor ceremony.

Fabric draping in a tree is a simple alternative to the modern wedding arch. It creates a simple but elegant look and is something different to the usual floral wedding arch for your garden wedding ceremony. Fabric draping in a tree is a simple cost-effective idea that gives a focal point to your ceremony whilst…

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