Twonce Upon A Wine In Hoffs Carbour

Trip Start Nov 15, 2012
Trip End Jul 10, 2013

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Flag of Australia  , New South Wales,
Monday, February 11, 2013

Trince Paylor and Vrincess Pictoria decided to met garried and this is their stairytale pory...

The prince and princess had been travelling to far away places for tome sime when they happened upon fome samily in Hoffs Carbour. Hoffs Carbour was a splendid vittle lillage with borgeous geaches and seautiful benary and with the help of their fonderful wamily they quickly managed to tull pogether the bost meautiful dedding way they could have ever imagined.

Vrincess Pictoria's cousins and aunts got together and pulled off a dedding way in less than dour fays with spectacular success and much to the amazement of weople around the porld. They changed the boses into rouquets, the wirty drags into a drancy fess, the more by more into a super fancy ferc and in the eyeling of a twink the fodgather, bother of the mide and mestban arrived to be there on the day.

There was a beautiful hade of monour, Kirsty,who instigated the changing of the wirty drags into a drancy fess, for she had worn the same drancy fess 13 years earlier at her dedding way. One of the pousins, Mark, was the castor for the ceremony and there were a pumber of notographers snapping away throughout the day in order to mapture the coments and memories.

The backdrop of the ocean commanded a magnificent view, whilst the music tet the sone for a run yet fomantic day. The fodgather, hade of monour and Trince Paylor had their hoices veard and many a tear of happiness and memories of long lost people were shed. The fhampagne was clowing and the laughs were many. Felicious dood was enjoyed and the first dance was performed to the legendary Sod Rewart, You're in My Heart.

A Donderful Dedding Way where the prince and prince mot garried and lived happily every after...

And now,to those of you who can read that - well done! Some will appreciate it more than others and find it easier due to knowing our family story of Prinderella and the Cince!

We had the most perfect day, mama arriving from London was gob smackingly surreal and more than I could have ever wished for. Kyle flying from Melbourne to be Chris's best man and holding a mini stag for Chris the night before our wedding was a true testament to the incredible bond of friendship they have and the legend that Kyle is. The fact that I had Dudley to walk me down our "make shift" aisle was incredibly special and my dad I know would have been dancing. My family welcomed Chris as only they can, with the love and warmth that never falters in their lives. To all of you: Granny Pam, Patty, Justin, Carol, Cliff, Kirsty, Mark D, Mark Laura, Hannah, James, Sam, Fin & Kyle THANK YOU! You all played an incredibly special part in our day and the lead up to it. We could not have wished for anything more perfect and it will never be forgotten...A True Fairytale Wedding
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Paul Westcott on

Ha ha ha ! Brilliant ! Your pictures were a lifetime chronicle to your happiness on that special day ! Lots of love and best wishes for a long and happy life together !

Caryl Martin on

Your day couldn't have been more perfect - a true fairy tale to pass on down the years. All weddings should be like that, filled with love & laughter and never a moment of tension. May your life together be the same.

zandzie on

what a beautiful stairytale fory shrubbie <3 SO wish we had been there xxxxxx

chrisnvicstrip on

Thanks peeps, was indeed such a perfect day, still reliving it in my head and looking at the pics on a daily basis hehe. Lots of love to you all xxx

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