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Fremantle Wedding – Danielle & Andrew

Danielle & Andrew’s Wedding | Montgomery Hall, Fremantle

ceremony: St Patrick’s Basilica Fremantle

reception: Montgomery Hall

dress: Dion for brides

suits: Jamenico

flowers: The Original Wedding Co 

hair: Isabelle De Vries 

makeup: Cat Elizabeth Artistry 

transport: Perth Quality Limousines 

reception stylist: The Original Wedding Co 

stationary : Ria Miocevich

bridesmaids dresses: Shona Joy

dj-mc: The DJ

cake: Blonde Baking Mama 

letters and dance floor: Dance Floor co – Vintage letters

Danielle and her bridesmaids got ready at Crown Towers while Andrew and his groomsmen prepared at home in Claremont. The ceremony was at St Patrick’s Basilica Fremantle, The same church Danielles parents and grandparents were also married. Bridal party portraits were around Fremantle before the amazing reception at Montgomery Hall.

Montgomery Hall: Montgomery House in Mount Claremont, is a 113-year-old heritage building that was acquired by Aegis in 2012. Recently the entire facilities have undergone a 40-million dollar remarkable renovation to transform it into a unique and exclusive aged care facility.

A stunning feature of Montgomery House is the grand hall, a majestic, heritage-listed function space, built in 1904 as a dining hall and theatre for the adjoining hospital, the stunning building has been meticulously restored, transformed and modernised to create a truly unique and versatile venue for weddings, corporate events and private functions. Montgomery Hall captures the elegance and romance of a bygone era making it Perth’s most exciting new venue.. The historic venue can seat 150 people in spacious splendour. – (ultimo catering)

St Patrick’s Basilica is a Roman Catholic church located on Adelaide Street in Fremantle, Western Australia. It is one of only five churches in Australia with minor basilica status.

Designed by Michael Cavanagh, in a gothic revival style, the foundation stone was laid on St Patrick’s Day, 17 March 1898 and was opened on 3 June 1900. The design incorporated a nave with aisles and clerestory, transepts, a wide and spacious apse, with a tower and spire supported by flying buttresses rising from the northern side. Only the nave was initially completed.

The building was raised to the status of a minor basilica in 1994. It is also a heritage listed building. (wikipedia)

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