The Crystal Ballroom, which is a large, elegant venue that can accommodate up to 400 guests. The ballroom features floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Sydney Harbour and the city skyline, as well as chandeliers and a polished dance floor.
As a wedding venue, Luna Park was such an interesting and unique option for Amy and Jordan - adding a touch of whimsy and fun to their special day.
It may not sound like the most traditional or formal wedding venue, but it worked perfectly to still have a traditional and classic sit-down wedding setting.
The day was perfect. It was expected to rain but there wasn't a drop in the sky. Amy arrived in a traditional wedding car at Milson's Point Reserve, where they got married surrounded by all of their friends and family underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Where do I start? From Amy's gorgeous studded ball gown with a veil so long that she could sweep the floor, to Jordan's sharp purple velvet tuxedo. Amy's Jimmy Choos were on point as we walked over from the Harbour Bridge to Luna Park in North Sydney.
Luna Park is an amusement park located in Sydney, Australia, that features a variety of rides and attractions, including roller coasters, carousels, and carnival games. A perfect stop-over to jump on some rides before heading straight into their reception at the Crystal Ballroom.
Amy and Jordan
Luna Park, Sydney
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