Family and love were central themes in the wedding ceremony. The bride and groom expressed gratitude that their lives have been enriched by so much love – love shared, spoken of, remembered and felt. They wrote a beautiful tribute to their parents, grandparents, siblings, nieces, nephews and friends that brought tears to the eyes of
It was a great wedding! The bride and groom’s children blessed their marriage and their Harleys were parked ready to carry them off on their honeymoon.
The groom was from Queensland and the bride was from Hong Kong, but neither cared too much about the vagaries of Melbourne’s summer weather as they exchanged wedding vows in a tranquil corner of Edwardes Lake Park this morning. With close family members as their witnesses, the couple expressed relief and happiness that the
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