Genevieve and Dylan planned their wedding at Gabbinbar Homestead in just three months so it certainly was a sprint to the end for this happy couple. Our team of wedding planners looked after all of the small details so Genevieve and Dylan could focus on what really matters the most, marrying the person you love.
It all started with a sentimental proposal, Dylan proposed on the front porch of their new home over a delicious breakfast. It was beautiful, and Genevieve couldn’t have asked for more. Dylan topped off his sentimental proposal and also planned a surprise weekend away for his new fiancé.
Brisbane couple, Genevieve and Dylan were on the hunt for a semi-destination wedding so Toowoomba was the perfect distance for their family and friends to travel from Brisbane. Toowoomba was also a little more special to Genevieve because she was born here. Gabbinbar Homestead was the first and last place Genevieve and Dylan visited. Researching Gabbinbar Homestead online, Genevieve and Dylan were blown away by the beauty of the homestead and the stunning grounds, when they first visited Gabbinbar Homestead.
Classic and understated was the theme for this special day. Genevieve mixed soft pinks, apricots and white florals with champagne coloured bridesmaid dresses. We think this colour combination looked gorgeous against the backdrop of our classic ceremony venue, ‘The Pavilion’. The reception was hosted in our ‘Conservatory’ and guests were welcomed with a sea of romantic candlelight lining the tables. Genevieve and Dylan dressed the banquet style tables with classic white table clothes and picked our timber cross back chairs which certainly was a winning combination. Dylan had a slightly different interpretation of the ‘classic and understated’ theme and arrived at Gabbinbar Homestead in a bright yellow helicopter, but we can’t forget that the groom must make an entrance too.