Whitsundays can still hold ‘perfect wedding’
THE Whitsundays is still open as a wedding destination.
Just ask Kimberley and Nathan Gibbons who were left devastated with the news they wouldn’t be able to hold their dream wedding on Daydream Island.
Nathan proposed to Kimberley in the island’s chapel after spelling out “will you marry me?” in coral with candles illuminating the chapel.
For months they planned the wedding to be on Daydream where the question was popped until Cyclone Debbie stepped in.
Luckily however they discovered Villa Botanica and had “an incredible Whitsunday wedding,” photographer Vanessa Dale said.
“She was so worried. They wanted to do it in the same spot (but) I told them about Villa Botanica,” she said.
The Fancy Photos photographer had been in contact for months with the couple and said, in the end, they still experienced everything the Whitsundays had to offer, adding, “people can still have their dream wedding here”.
“They got to do to Whitehaven and Hamo (but) they loved Airlie. It was their favourite spot. They still managed to have a perfect Whitsunday wedding.”
The wedding on June 23 had 60 guests.
NO PROBLEM: Kimberley and Nathan Gibbons held their wedding at Villa Botanica.