Siobhan and Dan // A Colourful Celebration

A beautiful Chinese Wedding with everything from a Tea Ceremony to a 10 course meal !

The tea ceremony sees the newlyweds serve tea containing either two lotus seeds or two red dates to the groom’s family. The family are served in order, starting with the groom’s parents before progressing from oldest to youngest. After each family member takes a sip of their tea, they offer the couple a red envelope with money or jewellery inside.

Celebrant - Bree Nicholls- beweddings.com.au

Styling and coordination - Gold Coast Pop Up Weddings

Dress - Made with love bridal from bluebellbridal_

Hair & Make Up - The Touch Up Team

Cake - Sugarize Events

Floral - Opium Wedding Flowers

Cake Topper - Night owl personalised printing

Photography/videography - Rezolutionphotography

Ceremony venue - Soiree Deck, Sofitel Brisbane Central

Reception venue: Prive249, Sofitel Brisbane Central


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The Ceremony was held at the Soiree Deck, Sofitel Brisbane Central. Stunning red blooms lined the aisle and arbour.

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The couple said their vows in front of family & friends.


For all the things my hands have held the best by far is you !

Brisbane's beautiful architecture makes the perfect backdrop for Wedding photos.

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Even in modern Chinese weddings, the couples can take great liberty with choosing a Western-style ceremony, but the banquet remains a heavily-traditional affair out of respect for their parents and families. Both sides of the family come together to host a bright and colourful celebration that usually includes between five and 10 courses for the main meal, filled with highly symbolic foods.

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Fit for a feast.

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All you need is LOVE and CAKE!