A very spe­cial joint wed­ding and chris­ten­ing day

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Mummy, will you marry my daddy?”, baby Aria’s jump­suit reads, ex­actly two years to the day af­ter Brett and Chantelle started dat­ing.

On Septem­ber 23, Chantelle Wil­liams and Brett Ernst tied the knot at St Ai­den’s Chapel at TACAPS, fol­lowed by their re­cep­tion at the All Sea­sons Func­tion Cen­tre.

“We met on a blind date or­gan­ised by mu­tual friends at the Five­ways Ho­tel on the May 29, 2015,” Chantelle says.

“From the day we met we just clicked and could not stop talk­ing, we would spend hours talk­ing about any­thing and ev­ery­thing — it felt like we had known each other for years.

“My won­der­ful hus­band is a great provider not only for my­self but for our beau­ti­ful daugh­ter Aria.”

Brett and Chantelle Ernst had a tra­di­tional, sim­ple and el­e­gant wed­ding that was also the chris­ten­ing day for their six-month-old daugh­ter, Aria Ivy Ernst, which was cel­e­brated straight af­ter the wed­ding cer­e­mony.

Chantelle wore a stun­ning lace dress bought lo­cally from Wed­ding World, and Brett wore a grey suit with a cham­pagne pink tie from Taro­cash.

The ar­tif­i­cal flow­ers were from lo­cal busi­ness Flow­ers by Florence, hair was done by Jazzy­lane Hair & Beauty Stu­dio, and makeup by Beauty Bed.

The dec­o­ra­tions were a com­bi­na­tion of fairy­lights and mush­room pink, sil­ver, rose gold tones, ar­ranged by El­e­gant Wed­dings & Events.

The wed­ding car was a HQ that was Brett’s broth­ers’ car.

Chantelle has some ad­vice for peo­ple get­ting mar­ried.

“Keep it sim­ple, know what you want and sur­round your­self with pro­fes­sional peo­ple and busi­nesses,” she says.

“We planned our wed­ding in three months and ev­ery­thing went smoothly and are happy with ev­ery com­pany we used, all lo­cal.”

The cou­ple would love to have a sec­ond ad­di­tion to their beau­ti­ful fam­ily in the fu­ture as well.

“We have plans to travel and make many fam­ily mem­o­ries,” Chantelle says.

PHO­TOS: PETER RICKARDS PHO­TOG­RA­PHY

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