LET'S face it. You’ve been dreaming of your wedding dress your whole life. You drew it on the back of cereal boxes; you etched it into the margin of your maths homework; and you slowed to a shuffle as you passed the bridal shop on the high street. You only get one wedding day. These photographs will stand on your mum’s mantelpiece until the end of time. No pressure now, but this dress is kind of a big deal.
We had a group of sixty people coming for the wedding from Ireland, England and Australia, out of this we had 4 children under 12 and 3 babies under 2 years. Everyone was staying for the week so we opted to stay in the beach resort of Kamari. This beachfront location was more suitable for families and larger groups with plenty of good hotels, restaurants, shops and bars to choose from. This area offers very reasonable prices for accommodation, food & drink .
Bellagio, Las Vegas We chose to get married abroad so our closest friends could celebrate with us for a whole week rather than just one day. Las Vegas is so different, has something for everyone and isn’t too expensive. I tied the knot at Rocky’s, an ultra-romantic resort. Our wedding coordinator made it easy to organise and everything was tailored to what we wanted. In the days leading up to the wedding we met with the celebrant, had hair and make-up trials, and picked our photographer and videographer. We said our vows on the beach in a secluded cove as the sun set. There was amazing attention to detail – a barrier of poles and reeds in the sand, a beautiful arch and sala, an aisle of flower petals and banana cones of rose petals for the guests. It was so relaxed, so romantic ... so perfect!