After weeks of rain, the sun beamed apon us. What a beautiful day for a wedding.
We were inspired by May Gibbs wonderful books on Snugglepot and Cuddlepie when we headed off in our local bush to make Gumnut baby head wreaths. I’m not one to set up photographs – which is lucky because little terror 2# decided to do a tearing-off-the-nappy dance.
Lovers of fine food. Italian. Big Families.
I knew this would be a good wedding, as soon as I met Dan and Michela in Firefly restaurant, Neutral Bay (the restaurant they happen to own and run, by the way!)
What I didn’t know was just how good.
Michela’s father not only charmed the crowd with his story – he arrived from Italy 30 years ago with a dream to fill his home with children and tranquility – he then bust out his guitar and had us all shouting his chorus:
“Michela! Michela! Michela!”
I think his enthusiasm was contagious. I’ve been humming the tune all day.
If only photographs could sing…
Ceremony: The Pine Grove, Centennial Park