About Adelaide Wedding Ceremonies

How it all began

The foundation for Adelaide Wedding Ceremonies was beautifully laid by Bronwyn and Rob. For the past 20 years, they’ve helped thousands of South Australian brides create dream wedding ceremonies and receptions and until recently retiring.

A new generation

My name is Dami and my husband Matthew are now the proud owners of Adelaide Wedding Ceremonies; he’s my pillar of support and my special blessing from God. We’re both from West Africa and we migrated to Australia after our wedding and we couldn’t be happier. We love Australia! We’re blessed with a beautiful daughter who is our biggest motivation and source of inspiration for us.

It was destiny

Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve loved crafts and decorating; I’d mix and match my room, my clothes, my mum’s decor, and style my friend’s and family events. Decorating and styling was always my destiny or always in my blood as some would say.

Our dream

Our dream is to style ceremonies for hundreds of SA brides and to create designer wedding ceremonies without designer prices. We are also passionate about providing cultural ceremonies for couples from any country or religion.

As a migrant couple we believe that even though the world is a big and diverse place, ultimately we are all united by love! Don’t you agree?

Why us

If you’re a bride that loves details, want a wedding ceremony that is truly different so every part represents you and your partner then Adelaide Wedding Ceremonies is the perfect choice.

We have several packages but can also customise your ceremony to suit your style and budget. Contact us for more info, or to arrange a preliminary consultation send us an email on contact@adelaideweddingceremonies or call 0450489001 to speak with any of our amazing team. We look forward to hearing from you and to creating a ceremony that’s beautiful and magical and one that you and your family and friends will never forget


Dami and Matthew

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