When Kiri decided to go to England for a short time on a working visa, she met Nathan. They were at a church function and found an instant attraction – they laughed and chatted a lot and ended up seeing quite a bit of each other, till Nathan couldn’t help but make it official! The short stay in the UK ended up being a 2 1/2 year stay!
Nathan had found his “unique and precious jewel” and Kiri was so pleased God had found Nathan for her, giving her the “happiest times of her life”.
Rain didn’t dampen this day…well, maybe we did get a little wet at times, but it definitely didn’t dampen the spirit of the day! So much work was put into the day by many people including a pocket of confetti in everyone’s program parcel so that coming back down the aisle as husband and wife was magic! The food was good, like, super good Thai. It was in such amazing proportions guests were able to take a tucker box home with them!
Everyone enjoyed the warm ‘castle’ marquee for the reception and a very happy day was had by all.
Blessings to you
venue: private backyard
dress: Oleg Cassini
flowers: made by the girls
boys outfits; David Jones
cake: Beth Dennes
reception food: Span Thai
bridesmaids dresses: Closet London
Isaac and Hannah met when they were very young, at the same school bus stop. They had quite a bit to do with each other until Isaac’s family moved to the country so contact was only now and then. 8 years after the move, Hannah, wanting to finish her nursing degree, had a placement in Murray Bridge Hospital and just happened (?!) to ask if she could stay at Isaac’s families home for the 3 weeks while on duty. Well…that was it…love blossomed…extraordinarily fast really and Hannah didn’t just successfully come home having a big tick of approval from Murray Bridge Hospital but she managed to tick all Isaac’s boxes too! Long story short…Hannah, in all her elegant beauty walked down the aisle at Deviation Road Winery to a totally besotted Isaac! After the ceremony and family photos at Deviation Road Winery we captured some moments at the Mark Oliphant Conservation Park over the road before heading to Aldgate Village Well to enjoy an evening celebrating the marriage of Isaac and Hannah Rasigatale!
Blessings to you both from Verity and Mel (second shooter)
bridal gown – Luv Bridal
boys suits – Roger David
flowers – Jasmine’s Flowers
ceremony – Deviation Road Winery
reception – Aldgate Village Well
With a bursting heart, I write this blog post and as words can’t really describe how I feel, I’ll keep it short!
Asher and Jo’s wedding was held at the historic Stonehurst Winery in the Hunter Valley amongst rows of newly shooting vineyards, cows grazing, wisteria dripping off the cottages verandahs, a poplar grove strung with fairy lights and love in abundance! I wished I could capture on camera the beautiful fragrance that came from the hedge, the kookaburra’s happy song, the fresh coffee aroma, the taste of authentic wood-fired pizzas, but most importantly, the enormous thankfulness we had that we were all able to be together to laugh and sing and enjoy such a magic, unforgettable day!
Big thanks to the lovely Rose for her support with photographing this day.
Venue: Stonehurst Cedar Creek
Flowers: Alison Tappouras
Well, what a beautiful day Jono and Chloe’s wedding was!
Once and for all we have decided to almost ignore what the weather man says as pouring rain and freezing was predicted for this day and yet the sun shone and it was pretty warm, but maybe that was because there were so many warm-hearted people there to celebrate such an occasion!
The gardens at Beaumont House were amazing. All cared for and cultivated by hard-working volunteers, flower beds were filled with Spring blooms that made choosing spots to do the photos so hard because there were so many options! The marquee for the reception was set up in a casual, fun style. The abundance of finger food by Adelaide’s, Everyday Gourmet was outstanding. Was such a happy and enjoyable day and congratulations to Chloe’s parents who managed to pull off two superb weddings for their daughters within three months of each other! Thank you from Verity and Mel.
date – 23rd September 2017
venue – Beaumont
florist – Lily of the Valley Flowers
bridal gown – Adelaide Bridal Emporium
bridesmaids dress – Forever New
marquee Hiring and furniture – Australian Hiring
food – Everyday Gourmet – platters and more
You couldn’t find more of a gentleman than Joe and more of a treasure than Nat!
Bremer Farm was where they chose to make their lifetime commitment to each other. It had the organic, rural, take in the sun feel that suited them so well.
The pear tree in the open field had opened its buds just days before and the late afternoon sunglow streamed down on all like a blessing from above and filled our hearts with thankfulness for such a wonderful day!
Verity and Mel
florist – St Agnes Florist
dress – Bridal on Pulteney
hair – Sarah Petiet
boys attire – Roger David
venue – Bremer Farm, Hartley
taco’s – Tacocat
pizza’s – Adelaide Wood Fired Pizzas
photography – Verity Edgecombe Photography