Cou­ple cel­e­brates hearty mo­ment in Air­lie

Whitsunday Times - - LIFE - Ja­cob Wil­son ja­cob.wil­son@whit­sun­day­times.com.au

WHAT bet­ter place to cap­ture the emo­tion of a wed­ding day than the very heart of Air­lie Beach.

Matthew and Rachel Post got mar­ried at Palm House, on May 6.

And the Glad­stone cou­ple couldn’t think of a bet­ter spot than the Heart of the Reef sign in Air­lie Beach to cap­ture the essence of hap­pi­est day of their life.

“We have been to Air­lie a few times while plan­ning the wed­ding and ev­ery time we drove through the main street we al­ways thought it would be good to get pho­tos from there, we just loved it,” Mrs Post said.

She said other cou­ples think­ing about ty­ing the knot in Air­lie Beach could be con­fi­dent of a world-class ex­pe­ri­ence five weeks on from Cy­clone Deb­bie.

“Within five weeks the main street has trans­formed from a dis­as­ter zone (to a place) you couldn’t even tell a cy­clone hit,” she said.

“Be­hind the scenes you can see that peo­ple are still try­ing to get things to­gether, but it is still amaz­ing.”

A love for the water in­spired the cou­ple’s de­ci­sion to get mar­ried in the Whit­sun­days.

PHOTO: AN­DREW PAT­TIN­SON VAMPP PHO­TOG­RA­PHY

HITCHED: Matthew and Rachel Post at the Heart of the Reef sign.

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