14 April 2018: The wedding of Tim & Kate
The bride (with a little help from some amazing friends & relatives) made all of the bouquets, button holes, and flowers that adorned the tables at the reception. These flowers were made by using the Japanese method of origami, and the flower was the “Kusudama Flower”. They were so intricate, and so beautiful, and each flower was hot glued together. (huge Kudos to Kate’s dad who proudly wore many “burn marks” from using the hot glue gun. Absolutely gorgeous flowers.
After the ceremony, the couple’s “furbaby” made a guest appearance for the formal photos, before returning home so that the newlyweds could then get the rest of their formal photos taken at the Dubbo railway station, and then Taronga Western Plains Zoo, Dubbo.
The grounds of the Taronga Western Plains Zoo were absolutely stunning, and make an amazing location for wedding formal photos, and the reception was also decorated beautifully.
Congratulations Tim & Kate xxx