Robyn Rodda Blog
Hats off to the father of the bride today! He was very busy today, what with walking his daughter down the aisle, then reading the poem “The Art of Marriage” and then participated in the sand ceremony which was included in the ceremony to unite the two families together.
Another hot day today but I when you have a wedding on the beach that’s not such a bad thing! Although the flys were a bit of a challenge….the great Australian wave featured a lot today!
Such a hot hot hot day yesterday for my first wedding of the year! Although Morning Star Estate in Mornington hosts a lovely shaded chapel like area, which helped the guests feel a little more comfortable. And at the other end of the area is a beautiful water wall, almost inviting me to jump in for some relief…… but that would have just ruined the hair!
This morning’s wedding was my last for the year and it was small but impressive. There was a small heard of kangaroos hopping by at the amazing Seawinds Park in Arthurs Seat. I say amazing because of the breathtaking view, and the wild life. Although, when walking through the park, you do need to dodge the kangaroo poo!
Today’s couple (and most of their guests) were from the island of the Long White Cloud and are now residents of our beautiful city of Mornington. And in keeping with their new found love of their new home, they wanted to have their ceremony in Mornington as well.