We know evening wedding receptions around these parts, in fact, you could even say we thrive on taking our seat once the sun has set.

But in the interests of showing you that there is a different way to do things, a way that might suit you and your beloved even more, we’ve got a scrumptious editorial – and it’s all about brunch (with plenty of urban, tropical style!)

There are beautiful photos by Spark & Kindle Photography, sparkling jewels by artisan jewellery designer, the amazing Zoë Pook Jewellery and plenty of fun tropical details that brought a little island charm to the heart of the city.

This early morning caper kicks off at rooftop venue The Private Kitchen, with our groom (Alistair Fawcus) and our bride (Lucinda Kropman). Lucinda dressed beautifully in a beauty of a gown from Couture Love Madness wore her hair in a loose, swept up-do (and makeup) by Rebecca Shardlow. Her look finished with a sparkling crown designed by House Of Heidi. Oh and of course, a custom denim jacket by the Azul Vintage Denim for when the morning chill is just a little too much!

And for that tropical touch? The rooftop was filled with real greenery, tropical style! from The Greenery Sydney.

Inside, a long table, styled by Party Mamma is set with tall floral details by Adeline’s Flowers (who also created a lush bouquet of soft pinks and peaches) topped with pineapples, cracked coconuts and fresh papaya. Custom tropical style stationery pieces designed by Melissa Fay Designs sit atop fresh green crockery and rattan place mats.  The finishing touches of signage by Letter & Label Co and neon signs by Ooh La Neon adding a little of the moment nod to the trends.

Even though brunch is all about favourites like eggs, pancakes and waffles, there does, of course, need to be a nod to the cake! Yummy Delicious createing a beautiful tiered cake, accompanied by bright coloured meringue kisses and fruit-filled tarts.

Stylist Lanne of Party Mama sharing “We wanted to create an elegant wedding with endless tropical touches from the bouquet to the tropical leaves on the back of the chairs and the coconuts and pineapples lining the aisle at the ceremony.”