I met Meagan & Daniel for the first time on their wedding day, having spoken many times on Skype, all the way from the Cayman Islands (not jealous at all!)
In the words of the Bride & Groom themselves… “We met through knowing the same group of people in high school, friends of friends from a long time ago! So one night we were both out at a gig watching a band we both liked and bumped into one another. Hit it off from there and that was that!”
“Dan took me on a trip for my birthday, we went for a walk in the rainforest with a bottle of champagne to the bottom of a beautiful waterfall – Dan got down on one knee and proposed – I said YES! :)”
Meg & Dan got married at the beautiful yet rustic Terindah Estate. The table setting caught our eye straight away, photos of each of the guests from younger days! Their day had a rustic, natural, relaxed feel with a touch of retro! And I have been told that I HAVE to mention to take a good look at the guys getting ready. Dan’s bridal party wore traditional bow ties, one small detail – no one knew how to do up a bow tie… So out came You-Tube and a production line of bow-tying!
Meanwhile the girls had a terrible (haha!) view of the sea, enjoying a very relaxed afternoon getting ready!
After a stunning day down in the Ballarine Peninsula, the night kicked off with some pretty hilarious speeches and the awesome Peter Yacono Productions getting everyone out on the dance-floor for hours! When the time came to wrap up the reception, everyone piled into the (very handy!) bus to the local pub and kicked on til the wee hours of the morning! I know Meg & Dan had an amazing time and are now settled back in the Cayman Islands. Congratulations guys! xx