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Feast Events are all about creating a fun atmosphere which exudes a playful and informal vibe.

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Byron Bay offers an abundance of incredible wedding venues. Whether you’re after ocean views, a hinterland outlook, total luxury or barn style, it really won’t be hard to find a venue which ticks all the boxes.

Real Wedding // Melanie & Nathan’s Byron View Farm Wedding

Melanie & Nathan’s dreamy wedding day at Byron View Farm was spent with their nearest and dearest enjoying an afternoon full of food, cocktails and love! The intimate setting was everything they had envisioned and styled to perfection with soft blushes, whites and hints of black. This gorgeous day was such a pleasure to be a part of alongside an incredible lineup of talented suppliers. Read on to hear more about their magical love story.

Tell us about your story, how did you meet and where did the proposal happen?
Nate and I ran in the same circles, and I was friends with a few of his best friends so it was inevitable that we would meet. We officially met one night out in the city and hung out at one of our favourite bars. It would be a few months until Nate reached out to go for a coffee, and the rest is history!

Nate whisked me away to the Hunter Valley for a weekend and proposed the day we arrived! He had booked a villa and had organised a picnic to be set up in an orchard on the property. I wouldn’t say I was surprised (his poker face isn’t great), but it was so special and still warms my heart whenever I think back to that day.

What were the reasons for choosing Byron View Farm as the venue for your special day? 
We were originally going to get married in Santorini, but Covid had other plans for us.  I remember the day where Australia had a record number of cases, and the state borders were shut so we quickly decided to bring the wedding back home.

Byron View Farm was always a venue that I had loved! The 360-degree views, the trees and the intimate setting were exactly what we had envisioned for our special day.

What style were you striving for with your table settings, florals and reception? Was there a certain look or vibe that you wanted to create? 
We had changed our plans from having a huge wedding to a very small, intimate one and we loved the idea of romanticism and subtlety. We wanted our style to be soft and minimalist while being romantic. Our colour palette included whites, soft pinks, ivories and flecks of black, and we were sure to incorporate as many soft lines and textures as we could throughout the styling.

Were there any vendors that you particularly loved working with and why?
This is going to sound so cheesy, but we really loved working with all of our vendors; in fact, I think we’ve made a couple of lifelong friends!

I guess the ones that really stood out were our celebrant, Andrew Michael, he was so calm and so invested in our day that we knew he would take care of the day for us. I also love our photographer, Tessa Shannon, we met via Instagram (and had grand plans for her to photograph our wedding in Greece), and she has such great and creative ideas. We really let her take the reigns for the photos and we are so glad that we did

What were your favourite parts of the wedding planning process with Byron Bay Weddings?
Our wedding planner, Maddie was lovely! She too was a calming presence and stepped up when she knew Nate and I were struggling to find the time to plan the tiny (but important) details of our wedding. I loved the meetings we had and having the ability to email or call Maddie when necessary was great!

Kate (Manager) and Sarah (Day Coordinator) from Byron Bay Weddings were great to deal with and super insightful, they gave great tips for the overall running of the day and which areas of the property worked well for the different stages of the day.

Tell us what were the most important aspects of your wedding day and which moments really stood out to you?
The most important aspect of our wedding day was that our guests felt comfortable, were fed, and always had a drink in their hands. The staff on the day were amazing and made sure that everyone was having a great time. We really wanted our parents to feel special as well, and all of our vendors, and the staff working on the night made sure that they were well looked after. We really can’t fault the service.

What would be your biggest advice to other couples currently planning their wedding?
Enjoy the process and do what suits you and your partner most.

We loved every second of wedding planning, and we loved coming up with new ways to spoil our guests.

We faced a few big hurdles, the main was of course the pandemic and then having to shrink the wedding from 250+ guests down to 28. There was of course push back, but Nate and I wanted to get married so bad that we went down our own path and we are so happy with how everything turned out. Every decision was made with love, and we believe that that was reflected on the day. We understood that of course, the wedding was for us as a couple, but because of the intimate size of the wedding, we wanted our friends and family to feel like they were an integral part of this new chapter; because they were!

Melanie & Nathan xo

Venue: Byron View Farm // Hair: Petula Jade Hair Stylist // Makeup: Marley Hammond Makeup // Celebrant: Andrew Michael // Photographer: Tessa Shannon Photo // Florals: Wilderness Flowers // Musician: Niall Lochhead // Cake: Eat Cake Byron Bay // Transport: Steve’s Transport // Catering: Fig Tree Catering // Lighting:  Byron Audio // Furniture & Styling: The Wedding Shed // Planning & Coordination: Byron Bay Weddings

Real Wedding // Rachel & Andrew’s Hinterland House Wedding

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Andrew and Rachel celebrated their beautiful summer wedding at the majestic Hinterland House. Having a clear vision of creating a glamourous tropical escape they opted for a variety of white and subtle pink tropical flowers and dark greens which complemented the scenery of Hinterland House. They enjoyed having drinks with their guests on the lawn…

Byron Bay’s top hinterland wedding venues

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10 Reasons Why Winter Is the Best Time to Get Married in Byron Bay

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Apart from a marginal drop in temperature, there’s every reason to hold a winter wedding in Byron Bay. In fact winter in Byron boasts warm picture perfect days with the least rainfall, and for a number of reasons we actually think winter is one of the most ideal times to wed. Here’s why… 1. Warm…

Real Wedding // Chloe & Jesse’s Fig Tree Wedding

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Chloe & Jesse celebrated their incredible wedding day at the beautiful Fig Tree Restaurant. In Chloe’s words, “as soon as we saw the venue (noting there was literally no restaurant at the venue at that time, just a patch of grass!) I knew it was going to be exactly what we were looking for” —…

Real Wedding // Arianne & Bryce’s Hinterland House Wedding

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Arianne & Bryce celebrated their stunning day at the majestic Hinterland House on a gorgeous autumn afternoon. Beaming with warm pink and peach hues, the incredible ivy arch was the perfect backdrop for Arianne & Bryce to say ‘I do’, in the company of their nearest and dearest. The afternoon was spent sipping cocktails by…

Real Wedding // Bianca & Craig’s Fig Tree Wedding

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Bianca & Craig celebrated their magical wedding day in style at the ever so stunning Fig Tree. This beautiful couple’s love story began back when they were 16 years old — and they’ve been inseparable ever since! Opting for a palette of soft hues; whites, neutrals and florals featuring pops of blush, peach and terracotta,…

Real Wedding // Jemma & Brenton’s Byron Bay Surf Club Wedding

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Jemma & Brenton celebrated their wedding in the most idyllic beachside location, at the iconic Byron Bay Surf Club. With a clear vision of a relaxed party style wedding overlooking the ocean, Byron Bay Surf Club quickly ticked all of the boxes for this beautiful, fun-loving couple. In Jemma’s words, “we chose Byron Bay Surf…

Real Wedding // Sarah & Matt’s Earth House Wedding

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Nestled in Byron’s tranquil hinterland, Sarah & Matt’s Earth House wedding was a day of effortless elegance and beauty, representing this gorgeous couple perfectly. When their original wedding venue tragically burnt down, Sarah & Matt decided to view The Earth House and in a serendipitous turn of events, they “immediately knew this was where [they]…

Real Wedding // Maxine & Ash’s Byron View Farm Wedding

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Meeting exactly 10 years prior to the day, Maxine & Ash were married at beautiful Byron View Farm in the dreamiest setting, overlooking the ocean and rolling hills of the hinterland. Opting for a soft, romantic feel throughout, Maxine & Ash chose a timeless neutral palette incorporating blush, warm whites and hints of oak. Dining…

Real Wedding // Carlie & Jake’s Earth House Wedding

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Carlie & Jake’s gorgeous Earth House wedding was nothing short of a picture-perfect autumn dream! Despite having to postpone twice, Carlie & Jake couldn’t be more thrilled with how their special day came to life. Filled with pops of burnt orange, soft neutrals and impressive greenery, their reception was exactly how they envisioned — “warm and…