Over the past few months we have witnessed an enormous amount of upheaval, uncertainty and change. We have cried together and supported each other through fires, floods and pandemics. And always love has shone through. For the human experience is one of love. If your big day has been affected by this global pandemic, take it in your stride, remember that love is the most important thing. You can change the number of people, the venue, the date. It may be disappointing but it will all work out in the end. I have performed a number of Covid weddings – and they have been heartfelt, intimate, beautiful events. Some of my couples have chosen to postpone and that is ok too. I am looking forward to a very busy 2021!
Now that the Marriage Equality Bill has been passed I have been busier than ever! And that is such a lovely thing! March and April 2018 are shaping up to be the months for weddings in 2018. Autumn is such a beautiful time of year to tie the knot up here in the Blue Mountains. The trees are glorious in their red and gold hues and the weather is sunny with a note of crispness in the evenings.
Time for a few more photos of recent Mountains weddings.
My favourite season is here! All those lovely tones of red, orange and brown make for some awesome wedding snaps here in the mountains.
My Fall weddings thus far have included beautiful private and intimate elopements, fun family affairs and a wild and wacky Sci-Fi wedding.
One of my favourite things about this job is I am blessed to be able to participate in such a wide variety of ceremonies – all of which are perfect for the couple being married. Your wedding, your way I say! Be brave, be bold and have the wedding you truly want!
Themed weddings – do they work! Of course they do! If it is a reflection of the couple, their individuality, creativity and sense of style yes they will work every time. When a couple are true to themselves and aren’t afraid to show it you can expect great things.
Yesterday was a fabulous, glitzy and glamorous Great Gatsby themed affair at the Carrington Hotel in Katoomba (coincidentally one of my favourite places for a quite Friday night cocktail too).