Imagine the guests’ surprise when the groomsmen produced a trestle, log and handsaw for a German wedding ritual called a Baumstamm Sägen. By working together to saw the log, the couple show how much co-operation and harmony they bring to their marriage and that by working together they can overcome all obstacles! Cheered on by their
Smiles of joy all around as Alistair and Kellie say “I do!” Two years to the day since they first met in London, this very happy international couple tied the knot and welcomed in the Spring in the beautiful Alexandra Gardens yesterday.
Gavin was overjoyed when his lovely fiancee Kusuma agreed to come to Australia to marry him. It is a big step to leave one’s culture and family, but both the bride and the groom are very much looking forward to making a happy life together here and to travel back to Thailand when they
Hi Rosemary Thank you for making our wedding day so special. From the first day we met you to the wedding day it was just faultless. Will highly recommend you to anyone looking for a celebrant to get married. I have done a post about you on your site. Many thanks again and take care.
I love this moment. After all the preparation, the waiting, the entrance music, the arrival of the flower girl and page boy, then the bridesmaid, there is a wonderful build up of anticipation …. and the bride makes her appearance!