An extraordinary wedding in Bardon, Brisbane
Congratulations Dawn & Hamish.
Married in a friend’s sumptuous music room, Dawn and Hamish had a vision for a wedding that was fun, intimate and magnificent!
Wedding in a musical salon
Imagine, a lavishly appointed music room hung with chandeliers, huge drapes from the ceiling to floor windows, tapestries on the walls, and two grand harps to accompany the reception.
Dawn and Hamish were tempted to arrive with Mendelssohn’s wedding march from Midsummer Night’s Dream, but found an even more exciting option. The wedding party and guests were led to the ceremony by pied pipers, playing vibrant Turkish wedding parade music.
The fun had begun; a wedding like no other. Yet, as they had requested, it was a simple, elegant and heartwarming marriage ceremony – a true celebration of their love and their happiness, and unique personalities.
Dance me to the end….
Everyone joined the chorus of Cohen’s “Dance Me to the End of Love” as Dawn and Hamish waltzed into their married lives. Such a joyous occasion.
Photos by Mary-Paula Ibrahim and Lisa Businovski