Creating a ceremony where everyone is made to feel special sets the tone for the entire day.
Early on in the wedding planning process, I try to encourage my couples to think about who they would like to include in their ceremony; an inclusive ceremony is warm and memorable and honours the people that you care about the most.
Lauren and Max's ceremony was a testament to their love for each other, their family and their friends. They had their twin nieces as cheeky, smiling flower girls, invited their four sisters to do a couple of beautiful (and slightly teary) readings, asked both sets of their parents to give them to each other in marriage and even recited shared wedding vows; they each read one sentence at a time.
Max and Lauren wrote this beautiful testimonial for me:
“Camille you went above and beyond; we can't thank you enough for making our wedding day so special. You calmed our nerves, laughed with us and tailored our ceremony to suit us. Your approach and supportive nature really exceeded our expectations. We couldn’t have asked for more, thank you for sharing our special day with us! You are amazing at what you do! Thank you.”
Enjoy a few snaps of Lauren and Max's wedding day.
Amazing photos courtesy of the talented Katherine Schultz Photography
Celebrant: me! :)
Ceremony décor: Marybank
Ceremony and Reception Venue: Marybank
Flowers: Bloomfields Adelaide
Flowergirl's dresses: Ollies Place
Hair: Yots Hair
Makeup: Ruby Sunrise Makeup Artist
Photography: Katherine Schultz Photography
Suit: MJ Bale
Wedding gown: Maggie Sottero