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In the image shared to Emma’s account, Lachlan poses with a sign that reads “Boys can be Emma” while wearing a yellow bow in his hair.
We were inspired to include one of the songs in our ceremony.
Just using our hands and faces was an incredibly emotional and powerful way to express our feelings.” Photographer: Lara Hotz – Lara Hotz Photography @larahotzphotography Venue: Hopewood House @hopewoodhouse Reception Venue: same as ceremony Cinematographer: Tim Walsh DOP (friend from film school) Wedding planner: Didn’t have one but we were guided by the lovely Janet Storrier from Hopewood House, she is amazing! DJ, live band, etc.) For the ceremony we had: Bridal dress designer: Suzanne Harward @suzanneharward Bridal shoes: Dior @dior Bridal jewellery: Engagement ring and wedding bands by Brent Sutcliffe from Sutcliffe Jewellery in Auckland, NZ @sutcliffejewellery Antique earrings and Lachy’s centurion ring from Victoria & Albert Antiques, Sydney Bridal/bridesmaid/mother of the bride and groom’s headpieces: Viktoria Novak @viktorianovak https://au Bridesmaid dresses designer: Suzanne Harward @suzanneharward Flower girl dresses designer: Tutu du Monde @tutudumonde https://Groom’s suit: Arthur Galan @arthurgalanag Groomsmen suits: Arthur Galan Cake designer: Felicity Cook @Invitation designer: Maria from Il Papiro, Melbourne @ilpapiromelbourne Florist: Jai Winnell from Hermetica @hermeticaflowers Favours: We have to thank Wendy from Silver Pines Veterinary Clinic down the road from Hopewood as she brought her beautiful Clydesdale horse, Georgie to the ceremony.
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Initially we had her to greet the guests but she ended up watching the ceremony, eating the trees and afterwards some guests got to ride her.
“The beginning of our ceremony was quite special as Anthony (blue Wiggle) has been wanting to play bagpipes at our wedding since almost a year ago,” says Emma.
“He used to play when he was in the army and so for the last year he practised every day.
Then in the ceremony our celebrant, Trish, asked, ‘Who brings Lachy and Emma here to be married,’ parents replied ‘We do’ then Dad said, ‘But before, let me test this man’s metal,’ and then handed Lachy a sabre and they performed their choreographed sword piece to Troldhaugen’s ‘Wedding Day’.” But there were still a few surprises in store yet, with the Lachlan keeping a few things up his sleeve.
“Unknown to me Lachy had arranged to perform a song for me with words written by Ben Elton to my favourite Irish tune, The Countess Cathleen (from Riverdance), played on piano by Oliver.” “Lachy spoke and sung the words and halfway through had organised two of our friends to bring out giant Emma Wiggle dolls to dance with.
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