Holley and Alana’s ceremony was held at Windy Point, South Australia. The theme was “Moroccan” with richly coloured rugs and cushions, drapes and lanterns hanging from the ceiling of the permanent marquis that is built in Belair, high up above the city of Adelaide. The building is seemingly sitting in the tops of the prolific and tall gum trees that epitomise the Adelaide Hills, and is an add-on to the popular restaurant.
The girls surprised their guests with a modern wedding, including greeting and mingling prior to the actual ceremony, and then appearing from another entrance when the time had come for the vows, complete with a change of outfits!
The two young women with dreams for a more equal future for other same-sex couples wishing to “tie the knot” had hired celebrant Merrilyn Williams, who made sure that the ceremony ran smoothly, was entertaining and was incredibly meaningful for all family and friends in attendance.Tags: Alana, b&w, black and white, bride, Holley, portrait, wedding, woman, women