Teachers always say that their students are happiest learning about things that interest them. Tim studied French through High school, and grew to love the language. Who knows if it was the fact that Barbara was French, beautiful or nice (or all three) that drew him to her, or was Barbabra attracted to this Sydneysiders’ appreciation for the ‘Language of Love’. Who cares! To cut a long story short – yesterday they declared their love for each other and were joined in marriage in front of family and friends from around the globe.
When I arrived at Mali Brae, I felt like I had somehow missed the stop and landed in France – “Tre Bien” seemed to be shouted from every room. Luckily my minimal school French led me to believe this was a GOOD thing to be hearing! That, and the Brides’ sister Justine’s constant giggling helped me forget that I was missing Australia’s first match of the World Cup. The champagne helped me drown Australia’s loss and spirits were high as Pierre walked his stunning daughter down the aisle into the arms of her teary eyed husband-to-be.
As usual Mali Brae was the perfect place for us to wander around and capture some shots of the newlyweds, with the rustic charm of the venue a winner with all. Dinner was Petit Miam (that’s French for yum) and the night was topped off with funny videos from those in France who could not be there.
Thanks to Tim and Barbara and their families for including me in your special day!
Make up and hair by: Emma McGill – www.facebook.com/emmamcgillmakeupartist
Venue: Mali Brae Farm – http://malibraefarm.com.au/
Dj – Peter Merison – www.nowraweddingdj.com.au
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