Mark + Victoria's Elopement Byron Bay
Wild Goat Events specialises in creating intimate experiences all over the Byron Shire and boasts exclusive access to Byron Bay’s iconic Cape Byron Lighthouse Café deck, in the heart of the lighthouse precinct.
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Victoria + Mark’s Byron Bay Elopement

Featured Elopement Couple: Mark + Victoria
Planner: Wild Goat Events
Location: Little Wategos, Byron Bay
Photographer:  Celia Galpin Photography
Bouquet + Boutoneeire: Nikau
Bridal Hair and Make-Up: Face Alchemy
Celebrant: Byron Bay Wedding Ceremonies
Mercedes Transfers: Byron Bay Luxe Limousines
Byron Bay Accommodation: Elements of Byron

DETAILS
Ceremony Style: Victoria and Mark opted for a circle of white rose petals, scattered in the sand, styled with our matching rattan stools and mini stool as the signing chairs and table
Sand Ceremony: A last minute addition to their ceremony, a miniature bottle of Brookie’s gin (raided from their mini-bar earlier that afternoon) was emptied and then re-filled, with handfuls of sand, symbolising the foundation of their relationship and their life-long commitment to each other
Floral: Victoria wanted a classic bouquet, brimming with white roses and touches of greenery (+ matching boutonnière for Mark)
Ceremony Vibes: Aisle Song: All of Me, John Legend, Signing Song: All my love, George Ezra
Why hire a planner? A good planner will guide you each step of the way, from recommending the perfect vendors suited to your individual style and budget, to ensuring that your wedding day runs seamlessly, with no unwanted surprises. Things don’t always go to plan, so an added bonus of a planner is enjoying the piece of mind knowing that any unexpected occurrences can be dealt with promptly (and without your knowledge). After all, it’s your wedding day and that’s all you should be thinking about. For this particular elopement ceremony, there is an interesting story with a deceased kangaroo that I won’t go into…but trust me, hire a planner (aka crisis manager).