My daily effort is to try and think of new and awesome ways to create meaningful, purposeful and enjoyable experiences that we call wedding ceremonies. So, getting this email from Kailah and Vu really made my day, not only because of their kind words, but because they got it, they got my jig. They understood what I wanted to do, which quite simply put was to create something perfect – not perfect to a world standard – but perfect for them. Because their wedding deserves an awesome marriage ceremony!
Thanks Vu and Kailah, and thanks to Evernew for these photos and video. Jewlie and her team of crazy hard working photographers and videographers there are great! The wedding was hosted at Cedar Creek Lodges on Mount Tamborine.
Watching our film gave us a wonderful opportunity to look back and reflect on our wedding day. Getting married was something that was always important to me…But beginning a marriage became the most important thing once I knew who I wanted to spend my life with. We wouldn’t be able to call each other Husband and Wife if it weren’t for you! You helped us to feel comfortable to make the day our own. About us and the things that mattered most to us. We were able to include the people that helped us build our relationship into our marriage. By sharing those significant moments with our children, our family and closest friends we are able to share our marriage with everyone thats important to us. Having Bailey read a letter she wrote to Vu, laughing as the boys asked me to vow to always support Queensland or the girls asking Vu to always fill the cupboards with tea and chocolate, to crying at the serious amounts of love we all got to share that day… our wedding day was perfect, TO US! You encouraged us to think about what we wanted and made our day everything we dreamt of. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being an Awesome celebrant!
We hope this year brings you lots of opportunity to marry more amazing couples, so they can share in this crazy journey of marriage.
Turns out that in 2005 I was the 312th person to register for an account on the new website, Reddit, and today I’m one of 30 still registered users.
This is what old age looks like.
In 2055 I’ll be interviewed on 60 Minutes for the 50th anniversary of Reddit.