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Veronica and Matt
Collingwood Children’s Farm


It was a wonderful Jewish wedding for Veronica and Matt where they celebrated with family and friends at the Collingwood Children’s Farm. The marquee set up was the perfect blend of the outdoors and the intimate wedding between these two.

The rustic charm of the organic wooden huppah decorated with flowers where Veronica sat on her Bedeken chair and waited for Matt to share an intimate moment between them as he lovingly covers her face with her veil.

Underneath the huppah these two committed to each other as husband and wife. With Matt bringing the ceremony to a close with the traditional breaking of the glass.

The celebration went on as everyone enjoyed the lively music and of course, this wedding would not be complete without the Hora dance surrounded by family and friends. It was a great moment to capture with everyone smiling and laughing heartily as Veronica and Matt begins their new journey together.


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Melbourne Wedding Venue @ Collingwood Children’s Farm

Styling & Event Set up: Elderberry Event HireDream Big Events
Florals: Villa Floretti 
Wedding Dress: Bluebell Bridal
Band: Isaiah Band

Collingwood Children’s Farm respectfully acknowledges the Wurundjeri-Woiwurrung people as the traditional owners of the Abbotsford Precinct Heritage Farmlands, the lands we respect, care for and farm on behalf of all Victorians. The Farm thanks all Wurundjeri Elders past, present and emerging for their guardianship of these lands.

Nestled on the banks of Birrarung and only four kilometres from Melbourne’s CBD, Collingwood Children’s Farm was founded in 1979 to support and engage local children experiencing adversity.  A much loved non-profit organisation, the Farm’s reason for being remains true to its roots: Community Engagement, Education and Connection with Nature, Green Space and Animals.