Some people travel far and wide to find the perfect location for their wedding. Others have it all right in their own backyard (or in this case, their parent’s backyard). Amy’s parents live on a gorgeous property in The Pocket, just north of Byron Bay and their 100 year old dairy shed made the perfect setting for the couple’s special day.
Amy and David are two of the nicest and most welcoming people you could ever wish to meet. Even though I was essentially nothing more than the hired help, all day I was treated as though I was a long time friend and they both went out of their way to make me feel comfortable. I noticed the same consideration was made for everyone present and on a day that is supposed to be all about them, they ensured everyone was having a great time.
At one point I noticed a tattoo on Amy’s foot of the Olympic rings. When I questioned her she responded with, ‘Oh yeah, I was in the 2008 Beijing Olympics’, like it was no big thing. It turns out that not only did she attend, but she and her water polo teammates came home with Bronze medals.
After a magical ceremony on The Pocket property, everyone made their way to Harvest Cafe at Newrybar for Amy and David’s reception. Surrounded by family and friends, great food, impeccable service and quality entertainment, it was the perfect way to cap off a perfect day. Thank you Amy and David for letting me be apart of your amazing day!