Romantic Australian Golf Club Wedding
Despite the sweltering 106 degree day, this darling duo managed to wed outdoors surrounded by cool style and endless love.
Despite the sweltering 106 degree day, this darling duo managed to wed outdoors surrounded by cool style and endless love. From the sparkling water toasts, to their choreographed dance, every detail Nicholas Purcell Studio captured is stylish as a sweet summer day, and it's all waiting for you in the gallery!
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From Nicholas Purcell Studio...106 degrees doesn't generally bode well for an outdoor wedding but Paloma & Deke bought 200 bottles of sparkling water for their guests. They also stuck "D&P" stickers onto each bottle. Little surprises like this were a hallmark of Paloma and Deke's wonderful day.

Paloma's Spanish family are a big part of her life. Paloma's sister make the wonderful cake and bomboniere. Her father, a renowned surgeon, surprised toasted the couple by drinking from a traditional Spanish bota bag.

The surprise of the day was when Paloma and Deke first dance. It was a wonderful, choreographed dance that they had worked for months with a dance instructor to perfect.
Vendors
Photography
Nicholas Purcell Studio
Flowers
Adelaide Flower House
Wedding Dress
Corston Couture
Ceremony Venue
Kooyonga Golf Club
Reception Venue
Kooyonga Golf Club
Makeup Artist
Mary Daly
Video
Adam Dormond
Cars
Holdfast Bay Limos