Getting married in Australia includes quite a few important legal requirements. Check out this blog where I explain it all.
These two postponed due to Covid so many times we lost count. As the flood waters rose all around the Northern Rivers, they were feeling very nervous about driving from Brisbane to Yamba, and getting all their people from all over the East Coast.
A lot happened on the 7th September 2019, we were in one of the driest droughts we’d experienced, and the bushfires started across the state.
Today is a whole 5 years since the right to marry in Australia was no longer determined by sex or gender.
In Autumn 2021, after numerous postponements due to that giant global germ, Elle and Marshal were married on a beautiful afternoon up at Byron View Farm in the Byron hinterland.
Alex and Tony were married at one of Australia’s favourite beaches, The Pass in Byron Bay, and later partied at the Beach at Clarkes Beach. Their ceremony was filled with love and joy and so many sweet tears from both of them. It’s lovely when you witness this type of love between two people, it really is very special.
One of the best Byron Bay Hinterland venues is Tides Estate, not only does it include sprawling views over the Northern Rivers farmlands and coastline, it also includes an 8 bedroom, 6 bathroom property, and seperate hall that can occupy 140 guests!
Your wedding is the creation of your very own love day! It’s the day you both officially pledge your love and vow the promises you will keep for the rest of your days. So, writing the most perfect vows, is a really big deal! But don’t worry I’m here to help you, I’m here to read your words, give you honest feedback, and sometimes help with the rewrite. Plus, they really don’t need to go any longer than, one maybe two minutes max! Anything more than that is just a huge yawn.
Like many couple’s navigating the current climate, Bel and Tom just wanted to be married. They didn’t care about having a fancy wedding at an expensive venue with a hundred of their closest friends, or elaborate ceremony and reception styling, or a three tiered wedding cake. All they wanted was for the two of them to be officially brought together in marriage, and to share the same last name.
Oonagh and Keelan were really torn on how they should celebrate their wedding at the intimate and popular Byron Bay venue – The Figs. Originally from Ireland, they really wanted to wait out the Covid storm so all their family and friends could travel in from their hometown in Dublin – parents, groomsmen, and bridesmaids. But with all the uncertainty, they also knew they may be waiting years before that could happen.