Bridgerton Style Wedding Celebration Melbourne

as seen in the Herald Sun – https://www.heraldsun.com.au/entertainment/fiona-byrne/melbourne-weddings-laura-fox-and-david-feldmans-bridgertonstyle-celebration/news-story/ca8828210cc0d69df1bcf9228f21416f

While there was no Duke or Duchess present for this Bridgerton style wedding celebration Melbourne, it certainly was a day to remember!
Laura Fox and David Feldman’s Bridgerton style wedding celebration was a sparkling affair, all thanks to the couple’s elaborate pieces they featured from their very own wedding and event chandelier hire company.
But the top-notch formality for the Bridgerton style wedding celebration certainly didn’t end there. Melbourne wedding celebrant Mike Larkan officiated the ceremony in front of the couple’s family and friends in the Harbour Room at the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron.

The celebrity celebrant

If you’re wondering where you have heard the name Mike Larkan before, chances are you may have seen him on television.

Not just any random face on TV, Mike’s outgoing personality and raw talent saw him as the nightly weatherman for the news for more than 20 years.
Putting him in the limelight for many years, Mike’s televised role set him up well for his next position in hosting other events and of course the ever-popular wedding ceremony.
Not one to shy away from helping others and being part of their special day, Mike proudly steps up to give couples like Laura and David a truly memorable wedding ceremony, ensuring their moment is personal and matches them perfectly.

Mike Larkan Celebrant - Image Src Lost In Love Photography

Picture: Lost in Love Photography

Mike Larkan Wedding MC - Image Src Lost In Love Photography

Picture: Lost in Love Photography

A wedding of romance and flair

With a theme like Bridgerton, Laura was one bride who certainly made sure it all lived up to the hype.

Local suppliers were definitely in the mix to help bring it all together.

Out of season flowers were sourced from afar to make sure they matched both the colour scheme and Bridgerton vibe.

Their tables featured a ‘hand-picked garden look’, the newlyweds’ first dance was a strings version of Lewis Capaldi’s Pointless, their cake was certainly a look of sophistication and of course we can’t go past those beautiful chandeliers, adding that extra touch of class and posh-ness to transport you to another time and century.

Soon-to-be-married Melbourne couples, does this sound like your type of wedding?

Mike Larkan can help you bring it to life.

Reach out to Mike to find out how!