As Jed looks back on his garden restaurant wedding, he remembers that things were all of a bit of blur as he was nervously awaiting the time he would perform the song he had written for his beautiful bride Whitney.
“When Whitney first came out and walked into my sight the reality of the situation all hit me. I hadn’t seen her dress or make-up and hair before that moment, I almost didn’t recognise her at first! I was so nervous about playing the song I’d written later on that I wasn’t really mentally present in the lead up to the ceremony. Standing in front of everyone and just looking at her smiling back at me as we professed our love to each other will be something I remember for the rest of my days. That, and just dancing terribly with all my friends and family for hours. Best day of my life, so far.”
Images by Figtree Wedding Photography
If the traditional jacket and tie doesn’t fit in with who you are, choose an outfit that you are relaxed in and are happy wearing as Josh remembers when selecting his suit for his chic country wedding.
“The boys and I wore navy suits from Roger David. I wanted to avoid the traditional black suit and tie look and I don’t wear suits or formal attire very often so I wanted something that I would feel comfortable wearing all day. The suits really worked well with the overall style on the day and we were very happy with them.”
Images by Corey Sleap
Waiting at the altar for your bride is that “butterfly moment” that many grooms will never forget as Theo remembers as he looks back on his urban botanic gardens wedding.
“It may be a bit cliche, but my favourite memory would be the anticipation of waiting at the altar and seeing Jen walk through the gardens on her father’s arm. It was perfect.”
Images by Aparat Photography