Sunday, November 04, 2007

Leilah and Vincent’s Wedding

With a dash of red and formal attire, as per our invite, I joined a crew of family in a cab into the city and St Mary’s Cathedral for Leilah and Vincent’s wedding on Saturday afternoon.

Held under the main chapel in the Crypt, the bride arrived attended by her sister Alizah and little cousin Aimee, and walked down the aisle by a very proud Dad. The service, a full mass, was lovely, as we witnessed the joining of Miss Leilah and tall and sweet Dutch Vincent.

At Last! was the final church song, before a group photo outside, and the move to the foot of the bridge to The Waterfront for champagne and canapés, to await the arrival of the bridal party.

Dinner was delish, with tandoori lamb cutlets and then barramundi for my seat. Wine, and chatter, before speeches, with Vincent impressing us all with his humour, and his thanks to Herma, his mum, for making the trip from Holland for the day.

The bride and groom managed to mingle through the crowd for the night, with the large windows of the Waterfront showing the harbour, the bridge and the Opera House, via large sheets of lightening.

An acoustic version of Grease’s You’re The One That I Want was the bridal dance, so cute! Congrats Leils and Vincey!


  1. Leilah looks totally hot.

  2. I just heard that Vince had married an Australian girl, and here they are. Did not even know he had a relationship. I wish them a happy and lifelong marriage.


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