It was wedding fever in the practice over the month of March. Lucy was the first to experience the exciting high of becoming a “Mrs”. On Saturday the 1st of March the day dawned slightly windy and overcast, but luckily for Lucy and Nathan, it came out clear for their wedding at Anderson’s Park. Lucy pulled up in a vintage 1931 Nash 8 and then quickly drove away again, much to the hilarity of the guests. Nathan did not look phased though. Lucy walked down the aisle to Ellie Goulding’s ‘How long will I love you’ and wore a strapless gown with bright pink shoes. There were many laughs (and tears) during the ceremony. Being traction engine fanatics, Lucy and Nathan had some of their photos taken at Robin McDonald’s house with trucks and tractors. They also had photos at Anderson’s Park and Peg’s Cottage. Following this, they managed to have a fabulous dinner and dance at the Otatara Community Centre. Lucy and Nathan have planned a honeymoon to Australia later on during the year.
Alana married Matt the following week on the 8th of March at Mount Soho Winery in Queenstown. Their fun-filled day started with photos at Peter Alexander PJ shop, then Fergburger and luging down the Queenstown hill. Alana wore a single strap, backless gown while her bridesmaids wore mis-matched dusky pink dresses. The groom wore batman shoes, which matched ‘his’ side of the cake. Again there were a few laughs during the ceremony and some tears (namely her dad’s). Alana and Matt combined their OE last year as their honeymoon. Now they are looking forward to their next adventure of becoming parents.