The wedding of Louise and Tiernan was a long time coming. The couple have been together for the best part of a decade and they have watched their friends all slowly embark into married life, and yet it took Tiernan what seemed like forever to pop the question. Why you ask? Tiernan has an innate fear of public speaking and the thought of giving a speech in front of all his friends and family was just too much! You’ll be happy to know that his speech was flawless and he can now happily avoid microphones for the rest of his days.
The couple had their ceremony and reception at Wollongbar’s Down Convery’s Lane, a rustic, country venue, purpose-built for weddings. It was a beautiful day that just seemed to run as smooth as possible from beginning to end. Congratulations guys!
Some people refer to crepuscular rays of light as the ‘fingers of God’, and well, if that’s the case, these guys received an almighty high-five on their wedding day. The view of the sunset from the Byron Bay lighthouse was simply spectacular, as was the rest of Felicity and Steve’s magical day.
The couple both prepared for the big event at nearby hotel rooms in Byron and the ceremony and reception took place at The Byron Bay Surf Club. With around 125 guests, the Surf Club is one of the few venues in Byron that can cater for a crowd that size and I have never seen it look better than it did on this day. Pip from Byron Audio did an incredible job with the styling and the team from Fig Tree Restaurant ensured the meals were amazing and the general running of the day was as smooth as silk.