It’s easy to see why Amy & Marc planned their wedding at Farm Vigano.
Farm Vigano is a little slice of Italy hidden in the Victorian Countryside in South Morang and was the perfect venue for Amy & Marc to celebrate with the family and friends. Marc is very proud of his Italian heritage and their wedding was a beautiful nod to his culture.
The wedding ceremony
Amy & Marc are a wonderful couple. Their focus has always been for their friends and family to have a wonderful day
Firstly Marc walked down the aisle to “Another one bites the dust” to rapturous applause by their excited guests.
Amy’s bridesmaids walked down the aisle to Ben Fold’s “The luckiests”. And Amy and her parents walked down to Ellie Goulding’s, “How long will I love you”.
Their ceremony was filled with many special moments, including words of advice from Marc’s Nonna and Amy’s Nanna, that I shared on their behalf. The lovely couple also exchanged love letters which were locked in a winebox, I explained to their guests that next year they will open the box on their first wedding anniversary
But one of the highlights was sharing some lovely words from Marc’s young nieces who were unable to travel from the US for the wedding due to Covid restrictions.
I played a pre-recorded message from the 3 excited little girls. Subsequently there was much laughter and a few tears.
After that, the couple exchanged sincere vows before exchanging “ninja vows”. A “ninja vow” is a vow that the other has written for them. They have no idea what they are about to promise.
With so many personalised moments, as a result this was one incredibly relaxed and enjoyable ceremony. As a result, I enjoyed every minute of being a part of it.
In conclusion, here is how the day unfolded
Celebrant Fiona Garrivan
Photographer Elsa Campbell
Florist Botanical Styling by Liz
Venue Farm Vigano wedding