Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia

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Today's wedding comes to you from ALL parts of the globe! The bride, Dharini, is a native of Sri Lanka and the groom, David, is from Ecuador… and they were married in Australia in a colorful, multicultural wedding! With the bride and bridesmaids rocking gorgeous saris and the men in suits – not only was this wedding sweet and intimate but it was also a feast for the eyes!

Today's wedding comes to you from ALL parts of the globe! The bride, Dharini, is a native of Sri Lanka and the groom, David, is from Ecuador… and they were married in Australia in a colorful, multicultural wedding! With the bride and bridesmaids rocking gorgeous saris and the men in suits – not only was this wedding sweet and intimate but it was also a feast for the eyes!

Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Image Courtesy of: Gold Hat Photography

From the photographer Mark from Gold Hat Photography, "Dharini and David were married at the picturesque
Banjo Paterson cottage restaurant in Gladesville, New South Wales, Australia in March.
Dharini and her bridesmaids, mother and close friends wore traditional
Indian sahris, bringing beautiful and vibrant colours to the day. The sari and jewelry were chosen by Dharini's mother."

Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Images Courtesy of: Gold Hat Photography

"Following the reception and wedding in the garden at Banjo Paterson,
the bridal party were whisked away via boat taxi to Cockatoo Island for a
photo shoot. The industrial, gritty environment provided an interesting
background for the colourful bridal party – a very enjoyable part of the wedding day."

Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Images Courtesy of: Gold Hat Photography

"Dharini's sister Meera gave a very heartfelt speech which caused her to
cry. Dharini came to her side and gave her a supportive hug which gave
her the strength to finish her speech. It was very touching. Dharini was super relaxed the whole wedding. She and David did not fret
about the details and took a very laid back attitude to the whole day.
This made family, guests, and the wedding photographer all very relaxed,
too!"

Colorful and Multicultural Wedding in Australia
Image Courtesy of: Gold Hat Photography

Brides, how badly would you love to wear a colorful sari instead of a wedding dress?

Vendors:

Photography: Gold Hat Photography
Venue: Banjo Paterson Cottage Restaurant
Hair and Make-up: Mel Sundana, Forever Hair and Make-up
Transport: VIP Water Taxis
Bouquets: DIY
Flowers and Deco: DIY