Lauriston House

LAURISTON HOUSE

Lauriston House Wedding

Angelia & Brendan’s multiple ceremonies on their wedding day pay homage to their Indonesian and Malaysian backgrounds.

Angelia wore a red, lace dress, which is a symbol of luck and fortune for their Tea Ceremony. The Tea Ceremony is considered to be a very important ritual, as it introduces the bride to the groom’s family. But before Angelia could join him, Brendan had to overcome humorous obstacles set up by the bridal entourage to get to his bride, which is a Malaysian tradition that adds fun and joy to the day.

Photo shoot of the bridal entourage was done around the beautiful Sydney Harbour.

INDONESAN/CHINESE TEA CEREMONY:

Private property in Sydney

 

CIVIL CEREMONY:

Lauriston House, Dundas Valley

 

MALAYSIAN/CHINESE TEA CEREMONY:

Lauriston House, Dundas Valley

 

RECEPTION:

Lauriston House, Dundas Valley

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WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING ABOUT YOUR WEDDING!

 





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More about Angelia & Brendan’s wedding at Lauriston House…

I love living in Australia for its richness in cultures and traditions. And of course, these traditions come very much alive when there are weddings! Families are very proud of their roots and are very open to share with their guests their customs.

The world’s largest and most populous continent provides us with culturally diverse wedding traditions and rituals. There is something exotic when we think of the Far East; and this feeling is also evident in Asia’s different wedding customs.

Chinese brides wear red gown and usually embroidered in gold – they believe that these are the colour of luck and fortune. If you have been invited to  wedding with a Tea ceremony, you would have appreciated this wonderful ritual practised in many Asian cultures and is believed to promote harmony, discipline the mind and quieten the heart.

At weddings, this is the most sacred ritual, as it serves as the bride’s symbolic introduction to the groom’s family.

Sydney weddings always offer us some diverse photographs from different wedding locations to different wedding traditions.