Ashleigh and Jarrod’s Sydney Harbour Wedding at Q Station Manly
Ashleigh and Jarrod’s Sydney harbour wedding at Manly Quarantine Station was undoubtedly the perfect way to kick off the new year!
With simplistic styling, decor, and of course great music, their 3rd of January nuptials were complete with their families and friends as witnesses to help them celebrate the day.
Thank You to Days Like These Weddings for these wonderful images.
Choosing their perfect wedding venue – Quarantine Station
Ashleigh and Jarrod chose the Quarantine Station Manly wedding venue for both their ceremony and reception a beautiful hotel located on 30 acres of bushland with a backdrop of the Sydney Harbour on North Head. It’s surrounded by lush Sydney Harbour National Park, Manly Beach, and Harbour Views. Quarantine Station’s historic buildings at North Head also play host to guest accommodation, as well as ghost tours and history tours. The Quarantine Station is rich in Australian history.
Ashleigh and Jarrod chose the Q Station Manly wedding venue for both their ceremony and reception —a beautiful hotel located on 30 acres of bushland with a backdrop of the Sydney Harbour. Playing off the colors of the National Park surrounds, Jarrod and his groomsmen dressed in dark green suits and bow ties with touches of light pink and white on the boutonnieres.
Ashleigh’s leading ladies
Ashleigh and her leading ladies sipped champagne in matching floral pajama sets before dressing in their dark teal green gowns. The foliage on the property perfectly complemented their attire and looked beautiful next to Ashleigh’s gown—an ivory, spaghetti strap, wrap dress with floral embellishments. Keeping it light and elegant, Ashleigh wore her hair down in waves and completed her look with a long veil.
Their ceremony music (and the amazing water views)
Their geometric ceremony backdrop at the Sydney Harbour waterfront set the scene with a relaxed arrangement seating for some while others stood and waited anxiously for Ashleigh to walk down the aisle. Jarrod and his groomsmen waited at the top of the aisle while their bridesmaids walked down in pairs. An acoustic version of “Yeah Yeah Yeahs” by Maps was performed by Duke Duo and Quartet as the bride-to-be walked in visible excitement to her soon-to-be husband.
The two sealed the ceremony with a kiss and were officially announced husband and wife as they made their way into their next chapter together accompanied by a live rendition of Shalamar’s “A Night To Remember” while walking back up the aisle. The certificate signing playlist included “This Must Be The Place” by Talking Heads and Otis Redding’s “Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay.”
Photo location after (great) photo location at Q Station
There are so many gorgeous spots at North Head. The party captured stunning group photos as well as couple’s portraits across the Quarantine Station and through the national park, and on the private beach. (Oh, and we’re not kidding when we say we get to work with some of the most gorgeous couples!).
Ashleigh and Jarrod’s party-fuelled Reception
After snapping a few shots with Days Like These Photography, the couple and their guests moved into their reception… Not to be started without a grand entrance from the bridesmaids, groomsmen, and the couple themselves!
Your first dance doesn’t just have to be the two of you
Ashleigh and Jarrod shared their first dance together to Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family”. During their first dance Duke brought all guests together on the dance floor to celebrate the new Mr. and Mrs!
After kick starting the festivities, Duke kept the dance floor alive for the rest of the night. It was the perfect end to a day they will look back on for years to come!
Congratulations Ashleigh and Jarrod and thank you again for booking your entertainment with us.
Thank you to Days Like These Photography for the use of your wonderful images.
Venue: Q Station
Photographer: Days Like These Photography
Florist: Hannah Sherwood
Makeup: Makeup by Leah
Hair: Laura Morris
Celebrant: Married By Jess
Master of Ceremonies: Anthony Hess
Live Music & Band: Duke Duo and Quartet