If I could be adopted into a family Shealyn’s would be it. Family is one of the most important things in Sheayn’s life and being from a large family myself, I feel exactly the same way. When she called me to see if I was available for her wedding I was already at my wedding limit but after much begging and tears(from both of us!) I gave in and said yes. We had never met before but we instantly just clicked, and oh my gosh I am so glad to have met these incredible, down to earth, caring, honest people! This is why I love my job so much.
Peter and Shealyn’s wedding revolved around family. They were careful to honour family traditions as well as create new memories for those they love. With her three sisters as bridesmaids Shealyn beamed happiness on her special day and the laughter and giggles from these stunning girls was infectious.
Vows were exchanged on the lawns of Shealyn’s grandmother’s home. This place held so many beautiful memories for Shealyn of playing with her sisters and climbing through the hole in the fence to play with the neighbours. The reception was then held in the family’s backyard which had been transformed into an elegant marqueed venue. It was breathtaking! I also loved the bonbonneries which were homemade biscuits baked by Shealyn and her sisters the day before. They tasted pretty good too, they even popped a few in a bag for my family. See, that’s why I love them!
Peter & Shealyn and your family, thank you from the bottom of my heart for letting me capture these memories for you. I hope that you will be able to share this story with your own children one day and I am so humbled to know that I will be a part of that story.