CER­E­MONY MEM­O­RIES

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Sean says, “I couldn’t see Vannessa at first be­cause I was cry­ing. But when I fi­nally saw her walk­ing down the aisle, it felt like time had stopped, and then I re­mem­ber feel­ing amazed at how far we’d come. Ev­ery­thing we’d been work­ing to­wards had all come down to this mo­ment, and it was more than any­thing we had dreamt it would be.” Vannessa adds, “My dad kept telling me gen­tly to let him know when we should start walk­ing down the aisle. When we fi­nally stepped into the cer­e­mony venue, I al­most burst into tears at the sight of ev­ery­one. And then I started smil­ing and laugh­ing when I re­alised Sean was sob­bing. For months, he’d sworn that I would be the teary mess!”

HAP­PI­EST DAY OF OUR LIVES The warmth and love in the air on our wed­ding day was over­whelm­ing. And hav­ing friends and fam­ily fly in from all over brought us so much joy, too.

6 With some of their 150 guests who flew in for the wed­ding. 7 They wrote their own vows. 8 Vannessa’s good friend, Guo Wei of Tweed Twigs in Mel­bourne, did all the flow­ers. “I re­quested hints of deep bur­gundy and a wild, cas­cad­ing bou­quet. When I saw it, I was blown away. I also loved the burnt or­ange or­chids that re­minded me of Sin­ga­pore. We had so many com­pli­ments on the flow­ers.” 9 Drinks were served from this car­a­van that was con­verted into a bar.

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