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Zowie and Jarrad met on-line. Now I’m not talking ‘dating websites’. They both used to play games online and this is where they encountered on another. Zowie made the first move asking Jarrad if he would like to go see ‘Transformers’. “Eventually he agreed”, says Zowie.
Tahlia and Thomas are such a delight. We met them earlier for their love shoot and it was AWEsome. Their big day was just divine, full of all the good parts of a marriage – love, laughter, fun and those times when you get to pause and sit in the moment together.
Time for a little background before we reach the nuptuals. Tahlia and Tom met when they were 16 at their youth group and were friends for a long time. Tom was head over heals from the start , but tahlia reveals: ” I wasn’t keen”. Don’t gasp yet; it’s all good. Once they got a little older (around 19) everything changed. Tahlia says, “he turned into a man and I fell for him, I think I always knew he was the one I just wasn’t ready to commit, now I’m probably more head over heals. Our proposal was perfect tom took me to my favourite place, cliffs overlooking the beach and rock pools at Sunshine Beach, he had a rug set out that said ‘Marry Me Tahlia’ and a picnic to share with my favourite food and wine. When I saw the rug I turned around and Tom was on one knee. It was absolutely perfect for me.”
Cheers to a blessed life, Tahlia and Tom! xxx
Decorators: First Class Functions
Hair by Lavina Melville.
Makeup by Make Up 4 Brides
Ceremony at St Andrews Church Sunshine Beach
Reception at River Deck Restaurant
Photography by Matt Rowe Photography
We met Nicola some time ago. She arrived arm in arm with her wonderful mother and lovely Aunty (I say super lovely becuase she was very kind about my first attempt at making a long black with the coffee machine!). I have to say this whole family appeared delightfully relaxed with warm encompassing smiles and sense of humour; these qualities are obviously true to fact as Nicola and Anthony’s wedding day was filled with laughter and warmth. Let’s check them out!
I know, pretty original bridesmaids dresses! So bright and colourful and perfectly suited to our couple. The gorgeous bouquets below were a creation from Flax Flowers Ah Nicola, you are a diva – so sophisticated and elegant! When you meet us to tell us about your wedding plans, you’ll find out that we really love the emotion of a wedding day. One of my [Amanda] favourite moments is when the father-of-the-bride sees her for the first time. You did well, Les! And the kiss… (with celebrant Ann Hills) LOVE, love, love this wedding cake!
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Love prevails. And when we ensure that love is the cornerstone of a marriage then it is easy to maintain focus. Anita and Mitch displayed this simple, yet essential fact throughout their beautifully heart-warming ceremony at Noosa’s Hidden Grove.
For was was essentially a traditional ceremony, Anita and Mitchell did incorporate some cultural and unique elements. Antia’s family’s Taiwanese heritage was acknowledge in the simple and respectful gesture of Mitchel’s bow. Where their love of the classics found a close friend reading a Shakespearean sonnet. The lovely Mary Bruce held their ceremony and included some really special heart-felt revelations from her individual discussions with Anita and Mitch in the lead up to their big day.
It’s not often that a Hidden Grove Wedding Photographer is faced with an entire Surf Lifesaving Carnival as a backdrop. (The conditions in Coolum did not support the event so half an hour before the ceremony the Carnival was moved to Noosa… sigh). But that’s life and we all roll with it. When you’re in the zone and your focus is clear, however, it is easy to ignore the jet-skis and fluro pink and leave your awareness in the present moment in front of your eyes (phew!). To be honest, I couldn’t say whether Anita and Mitch even noticed the hub-bub during their vows. We love a Noosa Wedding. There is just so much beauty and scope for gorgeous wedding images.
Anita and Mitch, we wish you the greatest life together and thank you for letting us be a part of your day.
Planning your day? Talk to us now.