15 years ago today, Mic and I were married
…I thought I would share some moments from the day with you out of our album…
We were married at Jamberoo on the NSW, South Coast not far from my home town
at a stunning Art Deco guesthouse, “Gundarimba”. I chose to dress there which made for a stress free day.
My gown was tailored to suit my design and I still love it.
my bouquet was made with roses, organically farmed in Berry NSW, and back in 1998 this was a rare find. They were thick and full. I had an arm sheath, mixed with ‘old mans whiskers’…or twisted willow.
this view was right behind our ceremony…can’t get much more country than that!
the ceremony and reception was all held at Gundarimba. We exchanged vows in the secret stone garden, which is sunken into the back of the property which was the apparent courting place for Lady Packer, who once owned the manor.
I see why. Our dear Families gathered there to watch our moment
All of our photos were also shot here by the amazing Anna Blackman…there was no reason to go anywhere else!
Our bridal party!
Groomsman- Scott, Best Man- Gavin, Mic and I, Cheif Bridsmaid- Melissa, Bridesmaid- Tamie…our dear friends
The day was a blast. Loads of candid moments were caught and these rose petals I collected for months…and ended up down my corset!
The cake, a chocolate mud cake, was designed by me from a sketch I had given to a local baker
A truly happy day for us both
The reception went loooong into the night and even after we left for our honeymoon, our guests stayed on at Gundarimba as we had booked the entire long weekend…it was a real family celebration…in the country