Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Alice and Enrico

Alice and Enrico chose to come to us at Cape Panwa Hotel because they had met Richard and Nova in Hong Kong.

Richard and Nova were one of the very first people that I was involved in their wedding - before I was taking care of the celebrant - thank you Richard and Nova.

The day started off with the boys having a little bit of fun in the plastic glasses on the tram down to the beach.

But then the flowers was put onto Enrico and it all became waiting for Alice who arrived and I must add that it was a beautiful arrival - thank you, I was happy to be part of it. Then words were spoken and friends said their words - wonderful when friends took part.

Kissing began.

Flowers were thrown.

Again and again (along with the kisses).

Then jumps were taken 

and more jumps - a lot of fun was had by all.

The cake was cut and shared - literally.

So were the drinks.

Thank you for choosing us.

Congratulations Alice and Enrico.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Allison and Thomas

Allison and Thomas was wonderful - do you know why?

Because they were Allison and Thomas when they shared their special day - being that close to the bride and groom when they are exchanging vows does give you a beautiful insight into a couple - thank you to all of you.

Fans were on the seats provided - a lovely touch...

Allison arrived...

Words and smiles were shared...

Flowers were thrown over the bride and the groom and cheers was shared from the balcony at Panwa House.

Congratulations Allison and Thomas

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Tash and Maurice

Tash and Maurice's Day starts off very hot and I remembered why we never say that getting married in the middle of the afternoon is a good idea.

We were all ready on the beach - in fact we were in front of time... but then the bride can be late.

So the girls showed me their patterned hands.

Then when Tash and her entourage arrived it was beautiful...

Wow - smiles were everywhere (so were petals) when Tash and Maurice returned.

Then time for some photographs - the elephant was a welcome edition.

Then it was time to sign the paper work.

Then more photographs

Congratulations Tash and Maurice