Celebrating the oh so elegant love of Coden & Morgan as captured by Jessica Turich Photography ... Tears filled the Grooms eyes as his beautiful Bride was escorted in by her father and so the Ceremony started. It was beautiful, emotive and a few laughs were also shared during this ceremony which took place just over a month ago. Thank you +Maleny Manor Award Winning Best In Australia Wedding Venue for making everything perfect My sincerest best wishes to Coden & Morgan for the exciting life that now lies ahead for them both.
Saturday, 17 September 2016
Wonderful day full of loving memories for Danielle & Kevin Perkins Wedding Ceremony at AnnaBella The Wedding Chapel It was such a pleasure to get to know these two love birds whose relationship started as High School friends many years earlier. A touch of "glam" added by Chauffeured Elegance Pty Ltd and all captured beautifully by SEP Photography Reception at The Sebel Pelican Waters Golf Resort & Spa Ceremony by +Sunhine Coast Marriage Celebrant Trudy McGee
Sunday, 31 July 2016
So happy to perform the Wedding Ceremony for this delightful couple in Buderim at +Headland Golf Club
which boasts views out to sea on the Sunshine Coast. This was truly a family affair and it was clear that guests were happy to share in the love and warmth that enveloped this couple and their ceremony written by +Sunshine Coast Marriage Celebrant Trudy McGee
Wednesday, 15 June 2016
+Brian Rogers Photographics which captures a delightful hand crafted and purpose built chapel in Witta, just outside of Maleny. Contact me if you would like any help with suggestions. I would be more than happy to oblige. +Sunhine Coast Marriage Celebrant Trudy McGee
Sunday, 5 June 2016
I was so fortunate to be involved with this delightfully, loving couple from Sydney who choose to marry at Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa on the weekend. The love and warmth that flowed from everyone involved was so touching and beautiful. I don't think I have seen a Bride with a bigger smile than Karen or a more touching moment when the Groom was about to shake hands with the Bride's father. Love was definitely surrounding us all. Ceremony by +Sunhine Coast Marriage Celebrant Trudy McGee
Wednesday, 20 April 2016
Monday, 18 April 2016
Brides and Grooms, you may want to consider having an unplugged wedding ceremony.
Look at this photo. This groom had to lean out past the aisle just to see his bride approaching. Why? Because guests with their phones were in the aisle and in his way.
Please consider these points:
1. Guests with phones, iPads and cameras get right in your photographer's way. They have no idea how to stay out of the way. They often ruin many of your shots and make photos worse.
You're paying a photographer quite a bit of money; that means you want great photos. They cannot do their best work with people getting in the way.
2. These same guests will get in YOUR way. You will miss moments of your own wedding day because there'll be an iPad in the way. You will miss seeing your partner's face in the aisle.
3. Imagine you're in the middle of your wedding ceremony. You're elated. You decide to take a quick glance towards your guests as you're sure they're sharing these happy moments with you, possibly even shedding a tear of their own.
What do you see? NO FACES AT ALL AS THEY ARE ALL HIDDEN BEHIND PHONES AND CAMERAS! I highly doubt this is the way you want to remember your wedding ceremony.
In your invites, tell guests you're having an unplugged ceremony: no technology, please, Write it on a chalkboard which guests can see as they arrive on the day.
Now as a Celebrant, I can share this with guests…in a “friendly” way before the Ceremony begins and perhaps touch on the subject of “Social Media” as well allowing the Bride and Groom to be the "first" to post on their own Wedding Day