It was a perfect afternoon. The groom, his groomsmen and many close relatives wore kilts and bunches of heather and thistle in their lapels to celebrate their Scottish connections. During the ceremony, the joyous couple participated in a hand fasting ritual, also a Celtic tradition, from which we get the saying of “tying the knot”.
A white ribbon joined their hands together while this lovely couple “tied the knot” in the Fitzroy Gardens recently. After building their long-distance friendship over years of living and working apart in different cities of the world, they are now looking forward to being together and hope to have a family. A small gathering of
The bride and groom came down from Sydney with a group of close friends to celebrate their marriage on the beach at St Kilda. The skies may have been grey and the wind blowing, but everyone was happy. Their marriage ceremony was the legal solemnisation of an earlier exchange of vows in New Zealand, and
My little grand daughter was so thrilled that we were celebrating Saturday’s wedding in my home that she drew a picture for the bride, groom and guests to see as they entered. Everyone managed to find a seat. During the ceremony the happy couple lit a marriage candle and after they had exchanged their vows,
Hello there dear Rosemary Thank you so very much for your perfect work on our very special day! We really cannot thank you enough for guiding us through the lead up to & the event on the day – you realised our vision & so beautifully and respectfully shared this with us and our family