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Kirsty & Benjamin
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We take great delight to introduce Kirsty & Benjamin with their most unique spiral ceremony set up at Mantra on Salt Beach; Kingscliff, Australia. As photos are worth a thousand words, we've decided to keep this blurb short and sweet.
Basia & Chris
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Sun, cigars and the ocean ... does she trash the dress? Basia & Chris' wedding was held at the Majestic Elegance Resort in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Basia later confessed that the Trash the Dress Session was one of her favorite memories of the wedding. The liberation and sense of empowerment she felt was worth the sacrifice of her wedding gown. They rinsed the dress in the resort shower, pulling out nearly 3 lbs of sand before stuffing it into a plastic bag for the flight home. Upon their return to Canada, they promptly had the dress cleaned. Amazingly enough, the cleaners were able to return it to it's former glory. Apparently, the salt water had done wonders on the cake, wine and sweat stains from the wedding. It was one of those rare times where Basia got to have the cake and eat it too!
Ange & Antonino
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We met at a Church Trivia Night. Antonino proposed to me on the over the radio on the old Mix 106.5 Love Song Dedications. I had no idea. We went out to dinner with friends and then went for a drive to the spot where we had our first kiss and then the radio played Antonino’s proposal which he recorded with Richard Mercer a few days earlier. The colours for the day were Pink, White, Silver and Gold. We had the hall decorated in Pink, White and Silver, and our stationary was Gold and White. My favourite colour is pink and Antonino loves gold. The ceremony was at All Hallows Church in Five Dock. The ceremony started at 1pm. Being December, we had a beautiful sunny day! The church was set up beautifully with flowers, and being Christmas time the church had set up a beautiful nativity set and Christmas tree. I wore a white Peretti princess styled wedding dress, with a train length veil with white trimming. The dress was beaded with both Swarovski and Pearls. We picked the Doltone House because of the beautiful location and fantastic service that they offer. The bridesmaids wore baby pink/champagne coloured floor length George gowns. I purchased them from Alina Collections. I had 4 bridesmaids, 2 being my sisters (Dominique and Samantha), one being my cousin (Rochelle) and my good friend (Belinda). We all had pink and white roses for our bouquets and they groomsmen had white roses on their suit jackets. We then matched the flowers at the reception with my bouquet which were placed in the centrepieces. We had alternating centre pieces, one being a silver candelabra, and the other being a long vase with an opening at the top for the flowers to go into. Our favourite part of the wedding was leaving the reception in a yacht. It was a fantastic way to end an amazing day!
Jen & Freddy
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Jen & Freddy's Bryon Bay Wedding ... We met at a pub, Freddie & his friend happened to sit down at the same table, we started talking and his friend asked for my number. I was a bit confused, though Freddie later admitted he was too nervous to ask me himself! We got together not long after. The Proposal - We were walking through a forest in Sweden, picking raspberries, where Freddie grew up. He picked some raspberries and when he opened his hand, there was a ring and he asked me to marry him. Freddie proposed with my grandmother’s engagement ring, a beautiful 1950’s design, which I love though it’s quite large to wear everyday so we bought another ring from a jeweller in London. It’s vintage inspired with an ornate band, a diamond & small diamonds cut in around the band. I planned and styled the wedding myself.
Victoria & Kevin
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It all started on October 4, 2008 on one fine morning while we where walking to the City Cat in Bulimba on the way to Park Life. Kev with his group of friends and myself with mine. We all boarded the Cat on the way to the festival up the Brisbane river. Then our eyes meet from each side of the City Cat, It was love at first sight. Numbers where swapped and hearts where beating. Four years later on October 12, 2012 Kev proposed to me. The Proposal : We woke up and had a day planed of visiting display homes. We headed off as if it was a normal day. After a few hours of walking through homes, and getting some great ideas we headed home. In the car Kev seemed a little weird, I was driving and he was in the passengers side. His mobile rang and normally its only myself, my mum, my sister or his mum or sister that calls him. He was talking for a short time and could not put a sentence together, then said to the caller "No I'm not interested" and then told them to call him back. I was looking at him weird as if to say "Who is that" The caller did not want him to get off the phone and Kev was acting so strange. After he got off the phone I asked him who that was, he struggled to tell me, then said he did not know who it was. I said to him, you must of known who that was as you told them to call you back. I could see he has a very worried look on his face, so I just left it not knowing what to think. We arrived home and I decided to make homemade pea and ham soup. I was standing at the stove making soup and Kev said that he was just going down stairs for a bit. I though nothing of it, then I started thinking about the day and how weird it had been in the car. Lots of things going through my mind, then I was thinking why did he tell me that he was going down stairs with a worried look on his face? My heart started to beat, and I though oh my god, is he going to propose? Then I thought no, I would of known about it before now. Next minute he came up the stairs and asked me for a cuddle, he put one hand into his pocket, next minute he lent back from me and pulled his hand out of his pocket with a diamond ring and asked me will I marry him. Of course I said yes! It was the most amazing feeling you could ever have felt. I worked out that it was the insurance company for the ring on the phone trying to set the insurance up with Kev!!
Caroline & Jonathan
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We met at work, The Canberra Theatre, we both did casual work in two departments. I heard him before I saw him, he has an amazingly deep, masculine voice and I remember thinking – who is that!! He apparently couldn’t believe I was single. When I first got to know him he was with someone else so he was totally off limits and we just worked together for almost a year. When we first started dating it was hard to work together because everyone was scrutinising our interaction, it was funny but frustrating because we couldn’t play up at work. The Proposal - Since I had organised our one year anniversary, a hot air balloon ride, it was Jon’s turn to organise our two year anniversary so I didn’t suspect anything. We had talked before of walking up the big hill at the back of his suburb and so he prepared a picnic of all our favourite anti pasto dishes and surprised me on the day with a walk up the hill, with his dog Sikky. Sikky was a part of everything we did so it was essential that she came too. At the top we watched the sunset, sitting on a rug under a tree, drinking champagne and eating all the delicious food looking out at the beautiful Brindabellas in the distance. At one point he took Sikky for a quick explore back up to the top of the hill, we were part way down the other side and then she came running back down the path to me, ahead of him a few minutes later. Around her neck was a scroll tried to her collar with a note. In the note Jon asked me to marry him. I was totally shocked but of course I said yes. So really I said yes to Sikky as well as Jon. We did all the planning ourselves. I spent over a year planning every aspect of the wedding, with help from Jon. We came up with theme ideas together and the food dishes and he organised the invitations and the band, while I organised everything else. My dad organised all the alcohol and my mum helped out with organising family accommodation in the area.