Real Wedding: Chloe and Mitch


What could be dreamier than getting married in front of the beach, listening to the waves, and feeling the breeze in your hair? Chloe and Mitch, turned this dream into reality when they tied the knot overlooking the picturesque waters of Sunshine Beach.

Despite postponing and changing venues three times, the couple’s vision for the day remained the same – Coastal Contemporary with a Fun Summer Vibe.

Where did you get married?

Our ceremony was at a Private Home in Sunshine Beach and our Reception was at Bistro C, Noosa.

Why did you choose to get married at Sunshine Beach?

After postponing and changing venues for the third time, we wanted to still get married as close to the beach as possible but with some privacy.

We found the house at Sunshine Beach with the most gorgeous green lawn looking out over the Beach and knew it was perfect. Bistro C is one of the only restaurants on the Sunshine Coast that is completely beachfront and that was a must for us.

What was the most memorable part of your wedding day?

So many memorable moments.

We were so lucky to have all of our favourite people there to celebrate with us. I think looking around and seeing the joy on everyone’s faces would have to be the most memorable.

Chloe, paint us a picture. What was the theme, style, colors, and overall vibe of your wedding day?

Our wedding style was Coastal Contemporary with a Fun Summer Vibe.

Our colour palette was;            

A base palette of Crisp White, Creamy Buttermilk & Earthy Tones…

Complimented by pops of Lilac, Soft Blue & Dusty Burnt Pink …

Teamed with Natural Timbers, Amber & a Touch of Brushed Gold…

What was your favorite part of planning your wedding?

Creating the styling concept and working with my florist and my styling team. I am the Head Stylist for Lovebird Weddings so naturally, the styling was my favourite part.

What was the best investment you made for your wedding?

Your venue. The food and alcohol is make or break. This is something your guests will remember forever.

Is there anything you would have done differently?

It ended up being an extremely hot night. I considered purchasing a second dress for the end of the night to dance in and I wish I had. I think I would of been a lot cooler and in turn been able to relax more.

I would definitely recommend a wedding planner. They are worth more than any other supplier hands down!!

Chloe & Mitch’s custom designed wedding website

What was your favorite part of using WedSites for your wedding?

I really loved the RSVP feature and how easy it was to create my website. For someone that isn’t the most tech-savvy this saved me a lot of time and stress.

Wedding planning is notoriously stressful. Now that you’ve gone through the process, do you have any advice or words of wisdom for couples who are currently in the midst of planning theirs?

Make a list on your phone and set dates for when they need to be achieved by and check it off as you go.

You might think of something in the middle of the night, while you are at work, out with friends, and then you can easily add to this without forgetting. My list was constantly changing every day. It kept me focused on what needed to be done.

The amazing team of vendors involved with this wedding

Venue: Bistro C
Photographer: Joey & Jase
Officiant: Noosa Style Ceremonies
Cake baker: Zoe Clark Cakes
Decor: Lovebird Weddings
Entertainment: Jax n Josh
Florist: Mrs Gibbons
Hair stylist: Sarah Neill Hair
Makeup artist: Ginelle Dale
Wedding dress: Alena Leena (Designer) | The Veil Collective (Store I bought it from)
Bridesmaid dresses: Aje.
Attire: Country Road
Jeweler: Natasha Schweitzer (Wedding band) | A.B Ellie | HDWR (earrings)
Stationer: Jessica May Creative
Wedding planner: Lovebird Weddings
Videographer: Joey & Jase
Glassware: Table for Louis
Cutlery & plates: Supper Club
Shoes: Loeffler Randall
Wedding website: WedSites