Fireworks exploded when Judy and Huy were brought back together by fate. What followed was a destination wedding dreams are made of and a blissful honeymoon in Thailand and Vietnam.
Judy and Huy might have spent their first birthday together but it wasn’t until their parents reconnected many years later that their bond sparked into something more. And spark it did one New Year’s Eve when Huy convinced Judy their two beloved dogs had escaped, then as Huy led Judy to the park near by, she began to notice the whispers of people surrounding her. Just as the clock struck midnight Huy proposed, the fireworks exploded and Judy could see they were surrounded by their friends and family.
Judy and Huy’s mutual love for the Whitsundays, namely its tropical weather, relaxed atmosphere and stunning scenery meant a Whitsundays destination wedding was their obvious choice.
It was important to the couple that their destination wedding was unique and intimate and when they saw Villa Botanica, they knew it was the venue for them. Villa Botanica encompasses vast tropical gardens, a beachfront luxury villa and Australia’s largest private cactus collection, allowing guests to enjoy multiple locations and of course the bride and groom to have the ultimate collection of wedding photos.
Judy’s classic wedding dress with lace detailing was handmade by a seamstress Judy sought out after making a dress for a friend. The groomsmen wore light grey suits and the bridesmaids dressed in peach and coral dresses.
Congratulations Judy & Huy
Venue: Villa Botanica, Airlie Beach
Photographer: Iconic Bride Photography
Videographer: Paper Cranes
Hair and Make Up: Amanda Fearn, Whitsundays Wedding Hair
Décor: The Event Company
Flowers: Flower Hut
Cake: Sweat Ideas
Celebrant: Donna, Ceremonies Out of The Blue