Better still, they chose to be married on the rocks at Hartlen Point.
It was a lovely, intimate affair, as I was one of only four guests, not counting the photographers.
As they exchanged promises, a knot was tied in a sash, linking their hands, for each promise made.
Their profound love for each other was a beautiful thing to see, as they celebrated their union.
|OMG they looked beautiful !|
After the ceremony, we headed to nearby Fisherman`s Cove to take more photos.
The forecast had been uncertain all week. We were prepared for rain, with a collection of rainbow umbrellas. They proved to be a marvellous prop.
After a wonderful lunch at Emma`s, in the Passage, we took a boat to McNab`s Island. There, we explored the ruins of one of the two forts on the island.
|Did I mentioned that Remi, the dog, was the ring bearer at the wedding ?|
Amy and Mickie had made lovely, chocolate, tofu cake and brought a tiny stove to heat water for tea and coffee.
I am so grateful to Amy and Mickie for letting me share this very special occasion with them.
Without a doubt it was one of the best days of my life !
And I think Trey would say the same.