Kristy and Tracy’s Melbourne, Australia, same-sex wedding is just jaw-dropping gorgeous. Have you ever seen such a lovely venue? But most of all I am inspired by the brides’ style and beauty.
From photographer Elise Gow: Two girls met, fell in love and got married.
Ok- technically they didn’t get married, as currently the law does not recognise gay marriage in Australia. I believe that if two people want to be together then what harm is there in them getting married?
The ceremony & reception were held at the magnificent Monsalvat in Eltham which is a stunning backdrop for any occasion. Its amazing buildings and grounds make you feel as though you are in walking around an exotic location in central Europe.
Two brides means lots of getting ready photos before the ceremony and each was stunning in their own way. They managed to stick to their own style and personalities yet match perfectly once they came together at the ceremony.
Kristy and Tracy were surrounded by the people they love most in this world and you could feel the love really flowing around the room when they saw each other for the first time. The love kept on flowing and there was so much emotion in the entire ceremony- to the point that I was too busy wiping tears from my eyes and nearly missed the photo of the rings going on!
The theme of the wedding was peacocks- as they wander freely around the grounds of Montsalvat. As if by magic- we all walked out of the ceremony to be greeted by one right outside and it seemed like fate had really played a part!
The dance floor really did rock all night long. A great sign of mega enthusiasm on the dance floor is when someone actually splits their pants. Now that’s what I call a real party! Well done Adam- you had us all in fits of laughter and were a great sport about it.