We all love a good wedding film here at SMP. Sometimes it's the tear jerkers that get us going. Other times, when a creative video, with something we've never seen before hits our inbox, it quickly becomes the new Must See in the SMP offices. And sometimes, we find a video that is just so happy, so energetic, that we can't help but smile all day long after watching, sharing, and re-watching again. So today, we're sharing a fantastic film from D'nM Wedding Films that falls into the last category - it's a stunning bride, marrying a groom with a very attractive accent, in a gorgeous Sydney Wedding. Perfection!
Simon and Marissa have shared an exciting international love affair from the moment they met four years ago at a music festival in Serbia, to when Simon popped the question in Hanoi, Vietnam, and finally with their marriage in Sydney. Having met in Serbia, their first date in London and their second date in Dubai, it didn’t take long to realize there was more to this union than simply earning frequent flyer miles.
Once the decision of the two jet-setters to marry was made, the next big question was where? With Simon the Englishman living between London and Bangkok, and Marissa the Greek Australian living between Sydney, London and Bangkok, ideas of a beautiful English country-side wedding, or a tropical beach celebration in Thailand or even a stunning Greek island wedding came into play. The couple finally settled on having a harbour-side wedding in Sydney with the dramatic backdrop of the Harbour Bridge. The ceremony took place in the Greek Orthodox Church on Cleveland Street and a beautiful modern reception followed at the Wharf Restaurant in Walsh Bay.
The day was a perfect Sydney summers’ day. The guests were greeted at the reception with flowing champagne and Sydney rock oysters before sitting down to enjoy an impeccable feast of seafood and lamb with delicious deserts and cheeses to follow. The high-ceilinged Wharf venue oozed with style, elegance and a contemporary feel with white Singapore orchids filling the room and bevelled mirrored boxes eloquently placed on tables as wedding favors.