I met Ricky and Amy on a warm September weekend at the ninth best coffee shop in the world. This information is relevant purely because Ricky and Amy are the ninth best couple I know. If it wasn’t such a contentious issue I’d share the top ten, but let it be known that you definitely made the cut *wink*. Also, because Britt said I’m professionally not allowed to have favourites, this was also my ninth favourite wedding of the year.
Seriously though I loved everything about Ricky and Amy, their wedding, their choice of venue, Flaxton Gardens, their choice of photographer, Ethereal Photography, their honeymoon destination of Bali and of course, their choice of ceremony!
The wedding was in that magical and restful week between Christmas and New Years and as the ceremony began I swear the temperature dropped 3 degrees, a cool breeze picked up and some slight cloud cover came over and made everything just perfect.
Ricky waited until he was the last person to see his bride on their wedding day, facing away from the entrance of the ceremony until she was at the end of the red carpet to turn around and enjoy her goodness!
With a dash of biblical wisdom and family laughs we celebrated marriage, and more importantly, Ricky and Amy’s marriage, a dream they’ll dream together!
I asked Ricky and Amy for a few words for this blog post, so you’d know that I wasn’t making it all up:
Check out their pics below, the photographers were Josh and Joey from Ethereal Photography, two really sweet people that did such a quality job of capturing Ricky and Amy’s story. Their website is etherealphotography.com.au. Also, the delicious surrounds of the wedding are called Flaxton Gardens and their staff were actually friendly, helpful and great, so check them out at flaxtongardens.com.au.