How do you picture your wedding ceremony?
Imagine having white doves take off and circle in the sky above as you are pronounced husband and wife. It is a fitting tribute to the love and commitment that you are celebrating.
Click on any of the photos on this page to see them in a slide show.
A display and release of white doves makes an elegant addition to most types of weddings. Are you planning a theme for your ceremony?
1) Release a Pair of Doves
The bride and groom each hold a dove. After being released the two doves circle around together and then fly home - a gorgeous symbol of a couple's new life together.
2) Bride and Groom + their parents
The bride and groom release 2 doves, and shortly after 4 doves are released by the parents of the bride and groom (or representatives of each family) to symbolise blessings from each family for the wedding and the joining together of the two families in marriage.
3) The Bridal Party Dove Release We bring a dove for every person in the bridal party to release for a photo. Plus we bring an extra 2 doves for the bride and groom to release by themselves.
4) Release a Spectacular Flock of White Doves
We bring around 20 white doves and liberate them from their boxes at the
conclusion of the ceremony. It is optional for the bride and groom to
release a dove each as well.
The doves will circle around the sky in a big group before making their
5) We can tailor a dove release package to suit your needs.
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We have a selection of cages available to display
the doves. Cages can be placed at the entrance to your ceremony to
entertain guests as they arrive. Or they could be displayed inside a
church or out the front of a garden ceremony.
The doves are usually taken out of the cages to be handed to the bride and groom for release at the end of the ceremony.
Any of the following cages are available to use as a cost-free bonus.
Big Metal Cages
We have matching pairs of these cages that hold around 6 doves or 4 fantails per cage. They are great for displaying the flying doves before we hand them to the bridal party, friends or family to release. Or displaying the fantails before we let them out for people to hold for photos. Available in Black or White
The Heart-Shaped Boxes
These are our most popular displays. We also have a matching pair, so you can have them displayed on each side of the ceremony or church doors.
They hold up to 6 doves in each cage. You can choose to hand-release the doves or simply open the cage for a flock release. Each cage sits on an elegant white pedestal.
The Pigeon Palace
1) Fantails (also known as "Dancing Doves")
Fantails are white doves bred especially for their interesting
peacock-style tail. These doves cannot fly very far, but they are popular at weddings because they wander around and entertain the guests.
Sometimes they even twirl around on the spot as if they are doing ballet!
Children absolutely love them, and they will be an interesting
addition to your photos.
2) Dove Wedding Bubbles
To continue the dove theme, and give your guests some "audience participation" while you are releasing doves, we now supply dove wedding bubbles.
Each bottle has a dove on top of a
pearlised white container with approx. 20 ml of non-staining bubble
solution inside. The wand is inside the cap.
The bubbles are 80 cents per bottle.
For no delivery cost, we can bring the bubbles to the church or garden ceremony in an attractive basket if you are already releasing our doves. We can give them to your guests as they arrive (at a garden wedding) or when people are coming out of the church (at a church wedding).
You are also welcome to buy the dove bubbles even if don't want to release doves - or you are releasing doves somewhere outside the Sydney Metro region(where we can't bring doves). The bubbles will be posted to you within Australia or overseas (shipping charges apply).