Mark and ElissaMy marriage to Elissa was organised over a couple of months to coincide with my mother visiting from the UK. She had originally booked her flights over to see our latest addition to the family (baby Leo), and Elissa and I thought it would be a good opportunity to kill two birds with
Most people in their thirties are either married or thinking about getting married. And, regardless of age, planning a wedding is a bit of a big deal. We were no different…except at the age of 35 we quit our London jobs, rented out our apartment, packed our bags, and set off on a travellers’ honeymoon
Lauren & JohnAfter proposing to my long time girlfriend, I thought my duty was done. In the movies, the man gets down on one knee, the girl says ‘yes’ and the credits roll. Having never had my own wedding before, I had always assumed it would be a pretty straightforward affair like a graduation party or
Amelia & DanielOn our eighth anniversary, I married my best friend, my soul mate, Amelia.We had a beautiful Hunter Valley wedding at St Patrick’s Church with a reception at Tinklers Winery in Pokolbin right near home. The day was perfectly imperfect, in the best way possible. All of our hard work had paid off and we were
Emily & DanWe met about 12 years ago working at a pub in Wagga. We were a little flirty then, nevertheless nothing happened. I moved back home a few years back for work and we crossed paths at the pub I was working in and remember just looking at Em and thinking how stunning she
Brad and ErinThe lead up to our wedding day had been an incredible thirteen year journey together. As proposal plans were set in motion, and with aviation close to our hearts, what better way to propose than on a hot air balloon trip over the city we love – and in front of our closest
Scott and MarkThe ProposalWe had been together since November 2002 when Mark proposed in December 2008 on White Island New Zealand which is an active volcano… he knows that I am fascinated by volcanoes. We were originally planning on marrying at Lake Louise Canada at the Fairmont but not many family or friends could come.
Our Wedding journey was a dream from the start from my buying the ring to standing at the altar taking the first look at my beautiful bride. After all the careful planning and preparation it’s funny which parts of the day really stick out once you have a chance to fully digest everything. The first
Paul and PaulAfter 4 very happy years together, we celebrated our commitment and love for each other in the company of loved ones at spectacular Brisbane venue, Cloudland.We knew we were meant to be when I gave up my trendy life and job in the city to be with Paul D on the Gold Coast.
When Tahna and I began planning our wedding and party, straight off we agreed that we wanted it to be about the things that are important to us – fun with friends and family, good food wine, and style. We share so many interests – food, travel, coffee, exploring new places by bike, design, and
We had a very simple brief in mind… relaxed and fun afternoon tea for 330 friends with Kosher catering… And pretty much that’s what we managed to achieve.Melbourne put on a perfect day and St Kilda Synagogue played host to the ceremony… with sun streaming in through the stained-glass windows of the magnificent dome.After the
Bryan and PetraIt was one of the most beautiful and scariest days of my life. There were far too many flowers and smells that confused the day. I had no idea what to expect. There was a rehearsal, but nothing prepares you for the big day – especially if you have never been to one.The
Brennan and NicoleThe engagement and wedding rings were both hand designed by Chey at Wedding Rings Melbourne. We were referred to them by a friend and the customer service was just outstanding. He delivered on exactly what Nicole wanted and managed to keep within budget.Being the groom, I didn’t have a lot to do with
Matt and LeeMy wife Lee and I met in the photo pits of Brisbane’s live music scene. Years later I would propose, and we would marry on the other side of the world in Norway.‘Take You On A Cruise’ by Interpol had always been one of our favorite pieces of modern music. As we discussed