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Christie and Isaac’s Fins at Plantation House Wedding

Christie and Isaac’s Fins at Plantation House Wedding was one of the brightest and most colourful weddings of our past season, with a focus on flowers, bohemian styling, good food, great cocktails and a massive party. It’s no secret we absolutely adore Fins, and Christie and Isaac’s wedding really let this beautiful venue shine almost as bright as those incredible flowers and our beautifully boho bride. It was so rad that Christie got ready up in the bridal suite and could watch the ceremony set up unfold from the balcony, and it was easy to sneak her and her gals out the back for pre-ceremony portraits quickly.

Partying and time with all their guests was a priority on the wedding day which we are always 1000% on board with! So, Chrissie and Isaac had a first look in the cactus garden and then we knocked out all the wedding party portraits around the back of Fins before the ceremony. If you’re not sure about a first look taking away from the emotion of the ceremony, check out Isaac’s happy tears during the vows! Post-ceremony we grabbed Christie and Isaac for just a quick few shots out the front with the amazing view, the smoke haze only making everything more dramatic and those brilliant colours pop. Then, it was back to the party, where the speeches were made cocktail-style with everyone gathered around and drinks a-flowin’ pre-dinner. That left heeeeeaps of time for everyone to hang out, mingle, and then party very, very … very hard on the d-floor.


Wanna see? Yeahhhh you do! Full dream team credits and their beautiful film at the bottom. Let’s scroll this a-way…


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Christie and Isaac: The Film!

Venue: Fins at Plantation House
Florist: The French Petal
Hair: Isabella Jane Hairstyling
Makeup: The Beauty Journal
Gown: Rue De Seine Bridal
Bridesmaids dresses: Linen Handmade Studio
Cake: The Cake that ate Paris
Celebrant: Erin Woodhall Celebrant
Entertainment: Michael Eotvos

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