Whit­sun­days can still hold ‘perfect wed­ding’

Whitsunday Times - - NEWS -

THE Whit­sun­days is still open as a wed­ding des­ti­na­tion.

Just ask Kim­ber­ley and Nathan Gib­bons who were left dev­as­tated with the news they wouldn’t be able to hold their dream wed­ding on Day­dream Is­land.

Nathan pro­posed to Kim­ber­ley in the is­land’s chapel af­ter spell­ing out “will you marry me?” in co­ral with can­dles il­lu­mi­nat­ing the chapel.

For months they planned the wed­ding to be on Day­dream where the ques­tion was popped un­til Cy­clone Debbie stepped in.

Luck­ily how­ever they dis­cov­ered Villa Botan­ica and had “an in­cred­i­ble Whit­sun­day wed­ding,” pho­tog­ra­pher Vanessa Dale said.

“She was so wor­ried. They wanted to do it in the same spot (but) I told them about Villa Botan­ica,” she said.

The Fancy Pho­tos pho­tog­ra­pher had been in con­tact for months with the cou­ple and said, in the end, they still ex­pe­ri­enced ev­ery­thing the Whit­sun­days had to of­fer, adding, “peo­ple can still have their dream wed­ding here”.

“They got to do to White­haven and Hamo (but) they loved Air­lie. It was their favourite spot. They still man­aged to have a perfect Whit­sun­day wed­ding.”

The wed­ding on June 23 had 60 guests.


NO PROB­LEM: Kim­ber­ley and Nathan Gib­bons held their wed­ding at Villa Botan­ica.

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