Sails Restaurant Noosa – Amy & Ashley 27th October

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Today the spotlight is on Amy & Ashley’s beautiful Noosa Wedding !

Theme: Beach

The proposal:

Ashley had planned a romantic proposal at Lee Point beach in Darwin,(champagne and cheese in the Esky to celebrate), however, after a long day at work, the last thing I wanted to do was go to the beach. Ash finally dragged me down there and tried to have a romantic picnic on the sand, but all I wanted to do was go home and relax on the couch, so I got up to leave for the car. After trying to “trick” me into going back to our little picnic site several times by saying he’d forgotten something there, we left for home.

Ash had finally given up trying to be romantic, so while I was in the bedroom looking for something, I turned around and saw Ash down on one knee and started screaming “Not here, not here!” After I had the ring on my finger, Ash told me all about his romantic beach picnic proposal and how hard he’d tried to keep me there. Instead of Champagne and French cheese to celebrate, we had Pizza and watched movies on the couch.

The Details

Ceremony location: Little Cove Beach, Noosa Heads QLD, Reception location: Rumba Room at Sails Noosa Heads

Gown: DARB Bridal Couture -Wedding bands and engagement rings: Larsen Jewellers – Celebrant: Elizabeth Sinclair

Wedding Coordinator: Me – Decorator: Beautiful Beach Weddings – Hair: Smyth’s Hasting St, Noosa – Hair piece: Tigerlilly Jewellery

Bridal party attire: Myers – Make-up: Hayley & Chloe Makeup artists – Flowers: Green and Bloom

Stationery: Made by Bride’s mother Debbie Waters – Cake: Deliberately Delicious, Caxton St Brisbane

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Transport: Ken’s Classic Cars (Driver: Robin) – Photography: Ben Clark Photography / Polaroid camera

Honeymoon: 5 weeks in Europe for Christmas

Funniest Moment:

Ben wanted a photo of my veil flying in the breeze, but because it was quite heavy it needed some encouragement. After Ash’s brother Dave trying unsuccessfully numerous times to fling it up to catch the wind and duck out of the way of the photo, my sister Bec said “What’s so hard about throwing a veil into the air!” and decided she could do it better. On her second attempt, she managed to completely rip the veil from my hair and throw it into the sea.

Favourite Wedding Day moment:

When all the legalities were out of the way and we could sit down with our friends and family and enjoyed our first meal as husband and wife.

Special thanks to:

My mum for all the effort she put into the invitations and guest favours, and Ben for helping the boys get ready.

In your experience what did you value most about using Ben Clark Photography ?

His easy-going professionalism and the way he put everybody at ease while he was working.

Advice for other brides-to-be:

Remember to relax and enjoy the day, as all the planning and hard work is done!

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Ashley & Amy it was a pleasure hanging out with you guys on your special day !

Oh and thanks for the Ice-Cream !!!   :O)

Please feel free to leave a comment below for our gorgeous couple !

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  • Debbie watersNovember 9, 2012 - 10:40 pm

    Gorgeous photos Ben Amy Ashley and families love them