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Coasting : Issue 15 September 2010
18 central coast • new south wales COASTING WEDDINGS in style Perfect Central Coast weddings come in a variety of colours, styles and budgets. Make your day Perfect St Mary's Heritage Church 3 Mann Street • Gosford p. 02 4323 2312 www.anggos.com A8799073-2Sep 4385 3222 On the Beach, The Haven, Terrigal • Absolute Beachfront Reception Venue • Catering for Large or Small Groups • Available for Lunch or Dinner Receptions 7 Days a Week www.reefrestaurant.com.au • email@example.com Award Winner Wedding Reception & Function Centre A8800846-2Sep Traditional weddings are still the most common in Australia, but Central Coast couples are increasingly using their imaginations to spice up their nuptials. It's estimated that about 80 per cent of brides still plan a traditional and formal church wedding. There's something special and romantic about having a stunning white gown and feeling like a princess on your big day. The most common number of bridesmaids is four, and just over half of all traditional weddings have a flower girl and a ring bearer. At a traditional church wedding a priest or minister will marry the couple. At the reception, the cake is always white, and anything from one tier to three. It is cut and the obligatory photographs taken. Later in the night, after the speeches and toasts, the bride will toss her garter and bouquet into the waiting throng. And when it is time to leave, the guests form a bridal arch to farewell the newlyweds. OLD CHARMER: Holy Cross Catholic Church at South Kincumber (above and below right) is one of the most beautiful and sought-after wedding locations on the Central Coast. It's close to reception venues and a host of photographic locations. Pictures by Impact Images, Erina Heights.
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