White Fox Boutique founders get married in Sydney

Table of Contents1 Inside the spectacular ‘enchanted garden’ wedding of multi-millionaire White Fox Boutique founders…

Inside the spectacular ‘enchanted garden’ wedding of multi-millionaire White Fox Boutique founders – complete with a castle, champagne tower, oyster bar, Messina Gelato cart and string quartet

  • High school sweethearts and White Fox Boutique co-founders got married after 14 years together 
  • Georgia and Daniel Contos, 31, tied the knot on February 5 at Woollahra Estate with an ‘enchanted garden’
  • The couple incorporated 50 different companies in their spectacular event and invited 110 friends and family
  • They started their fashion boutique in 2013 and work side-by-side; the company is now a global empire 

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High school sweethearts and White Fox Boutique co-founders have tied the knot in spectacular fashion with 110 of their closest friends, celebrating 14 years together. 

Georgia, 30, and Daniel Contos, 31, shared their first dance together as husband and wife on February 5 at Woollahra Estate, in Sydney, surrounded by hundreds of floral arrangements and stunning Victorian-era gothic architecture.

‘We spent a lot of time on the finer details and making sure the day was absolutely perfect,’ the new Mrs Contos told FEMAIL.

‘Our wedding theme and inspiration was an enchanted garden and I think we definitely achieved that. We made sure we had some spectacular photo moments that not just ourselves but our guests could enjoy.

Georgia, 30, and Daniel Contos, 31, shared their first dance together as husband and wife on February 5 at Woollahra Estate, in Sydney

‘We spent a lot of time on the finer details and making sure the day was absolutely perfect,’ the new Mrs Contos told FEMAIL

‘Food was also a big factor for us and we had A’mare Sydney look after all of this.

‘After the ceremony guests enjoyed a champagne, caviar and oyster cocktail hour which was a huge hit.’

For dessert the couple served Messina Gelato out of a cart, with the coordination of the day left in the helpful hands of event stylist Sheree from @she_design and planner @mrssmithweddings.

The bride wore custom Pallas Couture while the bridesmaids wore custom White Fox Boutique numbers in the same shade of white.

In all there were 50 separate companies involved in the preparation for the wedding and recovery day.

The bride wore custom Pallas Couture while the bridesmaids wore custom White Fox Boutique numbers in the same shade of white

In all there were 50 separate companies involved in the preparation for the wedding and recovery day

Georgia and Daniel met at St Andrews when the pair were in their final few years of school.

‘After about two months and many high school events Daniel asked me to be his girlfriend. We have been together now for 14 years,’ she said.

‘We have always been like minded in our interests and are very driven in the same way. We were both pursuing a career in property before we started the business together.’

White Fox was born in 2013, with a recent explosion in sales due to the Covid pandemic and rise of loungewear. 

‘After about two months and many high school events Daniel asked me to be his girlfriend. We have been together now for 14 years,’ she said

White Fox was born in 2013, with a recent explosion in sales due to the Covid pandemic and rise of loungewear

The couple have just returned from their two-week honeymoon at Qualia resort

‘We do everything together – even sit opposite each other in Daniel’s office. He is great with finance and the big ideas in the business while I look after design and marketing,’ she said. 

‘We are a good yin and yang couple while still having all of the same interests.’ 

The couple have just returned from their two-week honeymoon at Qualia resort. 

The newlyweds scooped up an opulent Vaucluse trophy home for a cool $34.5million in November last year.

The millennial fashion entrepreneurs were revealed to be the buyers of the property – formerly owned by Andrews Meat wholesaler Peter Andrews and his wife Irene, according to Domain

The grand Mediterranean-style house sits on a 1,200 square metre block, and will join their property portfolio alongside a $2.9million cottage in Drummoyne. 

Following eight years of success and growth on home soil, the brand has now expanded further in the US market with showrooms in Sydney and Los Angeles. 

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