For those who aren’t often used to showing their emotions, their own wedding day can be a show of waterworks. Groom Sol reflects on his gorgeous Geelong Waterside Wedding and how his feelings took over.
“I couldn’t of asked for a better day with all our friends and family sharing this special day with us ,especially my now wife Dee. I can say the most nervous part of the day for me wasn’t getting married or saying our vows but was giving the speech at the end of the night, thanking all and especially talking about my bride. It paid off as I was a sap and spoke from the heart and let my emotions rule me which was a good thing and a bad thing. ”
Images by Byron Loves Fawn.
A beautiful sentiment shared by Groom Andrew after his gorgeous Sunlit Winery Wedding to his Bride Nat. What a lovely way to remember his Mum, and keep her memory close to them for the day.
“My Mum passed away suddenly in May. We had already chosen the date and venue and told my mum about it, and she was so excited. Despite the difficulties, we decided to keep the date the same. Nat wore a sapphire pin (attached to her beautiful bouquet) of my mums on the day. Nat and I also had our rings made out of some of her old jewellery. It was very special to us that she knew when and where we were having it and that a little piece of her could be there on the day.”
Images by Carla Atley.
When your wedding takes place at the stunning venue Villa Botanica , your suit needs to match its style. Groom Casey brought his A-Game in a suit from Armani, with shoes from Florsheim.
Images by Milque Photography & Films