There is something very special about late summer weddings….
Nerma and Mark were married in March when the days were still warm but sliding towards Autumn, given their beautiful venue at Chateau Wyuna such richness of colour and warmth.
Located in the foothills of the Dandenong Ranges, Chateau Wyuna is not only a beautiful reception venue but it offers so many varied and picturesque photo opportunities. Making it the perfect venue for Nerma and Mark to say their “I do’s” Nerma and Mark spent the morning with their respective bridal party relaxing and enjoying the pre wedding preparations
Nerma’s bridesmaids gowns complimented her dress which suited the beautiful bridesmaids perfectly and suited the natural surrounds of the ceremony venue.
Nerma is extremely organised and thanks to Enrik Limosines it was no surprise that she arrived on time, very eager to marry the love of her life.
Nerma was the epitome of elegance as she walked down the aisle with her very proud brother Norm.
Their ceremony was relaxed and lighthearted and guests responded with great interaction as they listen to stories from their journey over the last 8 years.
There is something very special about a grooms excitement on his wedding day. I loved how Mark declared his excitement when he triumphly punched the air, when I invited the happy couple to “seal their vows with a kiss”
After the wedding, the happy couple and their bridal party spent a bit of time with their very talented photographer Jon from Millgrove photography, making the most of the late afternoon sun.
Nerma and Mark rejoined their guests for an evening of celebrations including heartfelt speeches, romantic first dances and a farewell circle.
This wedding had it all. Everything was perfect and all the planning and effort was worthwhile. It was an honour to be part of this wonderful occasion. Thank you Nerma and Mark for inviting me to play a small part in your special day.
Thank you Jon from Millgrove photography for beautifully capturing this truly radiant wedding