I married Pamela and Aaron on the 29th of February at Walkabout Creek. We all know that this day doesn’t come around very often. Just like meeting the right person doesn’t happen every day. So, it’s a special day, which is perfect for this couple, who feel very lucky to have met each other. It was such a fun ceremony to deliver.
Pamela was walked down the aisle by her overjoyed mum, who was full of happy tears. I then welcomed everyone to the wedding of Pamela and Aaron, also known as Team Pamron. Guests gave a warm laugh and were immediately engaged. I also thanked Aaron’s high school friend for coming all the way from Sweden and people gave an unexpected big cheer. I embraced their spontaneous show of support and said with a giggle “yes, feel the love!”.
Part of Their Story
I told the story of Pamela and Aaron and how they met the way a lot of the cool kids do these days, on a dating app. Pamela was about to delete the app but then received a little message from Aaron. At first, she thought “what does this hipster want?” But then she met him and saw that he was more than his tattoos and out-there hair. They really are the cutest couple!
When I asked Pamela and Aaron if there were ready to get married and they said yes, I gave a big smile because that was an understatement. They have created a beautiful relationship and life together and have been ready for a long time.
Sweet and Funny Vows
Pamela and Aaron did an amazing job with their vows. They were personalised and heartfelt, with a sprinkle of humour. They both love the Simpsons, so there was a reference and quote included, which was very sweet and funny. I offer my couples assistance with vow writing and provide a resource booklet with ideas and examples.
Such a Joy
It was such a pleasure to finally be able to announce them as Mr and Mrs Chan! After the huge round of applause, we shared a laugh that Aaron had now inadvertently agreed to becoming a cat owner. Pamela’s mum came up to me afterwards saying how beautiful the ceremony was. She had happy tears in her eyes again, and I felt so fulfilled to be able to join this wonderful couple in marriage. A friend of Pamela’s also approached me and said that she enjoyed the ceremony and felt that I was really in the moment, cherishing every second. It was a fun ceremony and such an honour to marry Pamela and Aaron. A marriage ceremony really is a time for celebration.
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