Married on the farm
Congratulations Lisa and Rupert, married on the family property in Obi Obi, Kennilworth.
Arrival of the Groom
The Groom doesn’t have to wait for his bride at the altar, he can arrive in style too! This Groom planned to arrive on the motorbike he had spent many loving hours renovating. For on their first date, he had whisked Lisa away on a bike to a country village lolly shop…..and….
However on the awaited day, the starter motor was not happy. His brother knew the answer; kick start it down the driveway of the family property near Kennilworth, then burn up behind the house to collect the Groom on this perfect wedding day. We had a sneak preview of what was to come, and Rupert’s dream of arriving by bike was manifest.
And the groomsman too
His brother Jake rode behind tossing frangipani flowers in a path for the bride; a masculine bent on the flower girl theme. The bride, Lisa chose to walk on the arm of her Dad behind her bridesmaid.
Lisa and Rupert wanted a fun ceremony, yet one with resonances of their lives together, and as a part of an extended family. It was a wedding day of relaxed family fun and friendly games and joy in the spaciousness of a private garden. Beside the dam, the marriage ceremony was held in a gentle breeze, under the shade of the trees.
As part of his vows, he promised to “have as much fun as possible..no matter what. I can’t wait.” And she answered with “what I’m promising today is to love you with all I have to give in the only way I know how, completely and forever.”
The guests were part of the ceremony too, having rehearsed their lines before the couple arrived, then everyone had a chance to water in the olive tree with their warm wishes for the couples future.
As the newly weds walked away from their ceremony they invited all to share in lawn bowls, badminton and croquet with champagne.
You can have the ceremony you wish for, just ask!
Photos by Calli B