A wedding reception billed as 'Sydney's largest wedding' looked more like a dance-party rave than a marriage celebration, a guest has revealed.
Videos of the celebration, which took place last weekend at Paradiso Receptions in Fairfield in Sydney's western suburbs, show guests and members of the bridal party table-diving in unison to a 40-minute set by popular dance music producers Sunset Brothers.
Farah Youssef, a guest at the wedding, told Daily Mail Australia there were about 600 people in attendance.
'We were on table 49 and there were yet more tables, and each table had 10 people,' Ms Youssef said. 'It was massive.'
One guest's TikTok video of the night described it as 'Sydney's largest wedding'
The bridal party took to the top of the head table to whip guests into a frenzy, some of them then stage-diving into the crowd
Ms Yousef, a luxury shoe brand proprietor, said the Lebanese-Australian bridal couple were introduced to the room by a cavalcade of drummers.
'Most people have four or five, they had 30 or 40 drummers when they came into the room, it was so loud,' she said. 'The whole wedding was special from the start.'
In some of the footage posted by Ms Youssef on her @amanza.official TikTok, a member of the bridal party also stands on a table and appears to spray champagne over the boisterous crowd, while another dives headfirst into a group of people.
At one stage the bride appears to fire a large plume of smoke above the heads of the partying guests.
Guests waved fluro foam sticks and jumped up and down under the venue's massive chandeliers during the Sunset Brothers' performance.
'Every now and then they make special appearances at weddings when they aren't playing at festivals and clubs,' the duo's management said.
In one clip from the video the bride appears to fire from a smoke gun over the guests
'They played for about 40 minutes,' Ms Youssef said. 'It was an absolute blast, no one was sitting down.
'The couple said the whole intention of the reception was a big party and that was accomplished.'
'If my wedding isn't like this, I don't want it,' posted one user.
'This is what I want,' posted another.
'I feel sorry for all the guys getting tagged by their girlfriends,' wrote another.