Fifty six year old empty-nester. Wife to one, mum to four and nan to three precious grandies. Living simply is my passion, I enjoy growing food, living healthy and playing with a variety of crafts. I am always up for a bargain and love to op shop for vintage treasures.
We never paid a fancy photographer for our photos.
Instead we asked a few of our guests to take them.
I think they turned out well.
After the ceremony, we enjoyed champagne and cupcakes with a few other nibblies.
Then it was onto the family photos,
here are just a few J
This one was taken from the first level of the water tower...
Then we made the climb to the second floor...
And down again,
not easy in high heels J
All of our family members.
With my dear Dad.
The pic below was taken by our grandson. He is ten years old, and we gave him a camera and were really surprised at the great photos he snapped. I think we may have a up and coming photographer in the family.
After taking photos at the Water Tower,
we went to another lookout in the Arid Lands Botanical Garden.
With Redbanks and the Railway Bridge in the background.
Mount Brown behind us...
With our driver, my Dad J
One of my favorite pics
Next was down at the local wharf.
The water was calm but because it was overcast the darkness was closing in sooner than we anticipated.
I love this one with my Dad in the background.
And finally the wedding cake.
Hubby chose the topper, and it caused quite a stir at the reception lol!
Well that's it for the wedding pics, I wont bore you with anymore lol.
Now I can get back to everyday living without the distraction of twenty four hour thinking about a wedding.