The ceremony and venue both took place at the gorgeous Jimbour Station, Queensland. They decided the day before the wedding to have an outdoor ceremony in the venue’s gardens.
Natalie was walked down the aisle by her father, who had been wheelchair bound by an accident earlier in the year. He was determined to walk his daughter down the aisle, rather than wheel her, so it was an extra proud moment for both of them.
The reception was held in an aircraft hangar in the grounds of Jimbour Station. It was decorated in accordance to Natalie and Christopher’s ‘elegant vintage’ theme, with fairy lights, tulle and sparkling chandeliers. 95 guests attended the wedding and they all received a handmade favour from the couple as a token of their appreciation. The boys received chocolate rum and fudge balls, whilst the girls received iced cookies in the shape of wedding dresses!