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Gabriel & Martin

I had the honor of being the Perth marriage celebrant at the wedding of these two wonderful gentlemen on a beautiful autumn evening in March.

The ceremony took place in the outdoor courtyard of Vin & Flower, a stunning central Perth wedding venue in Northbridge, Western Australia. The event was full of fun, laughter, and joyful moments that will be cherished forever.

Vin & Flower is a unique and trendy venue that offers a perfect setting for a modern and chic wedding. The outdoor courtyard where the ceremony took place was beautifully decorated with an elegant arbor, and the reception hall was set up with long tables, string festoon lights, and a stylish bar.

As the crowd was seated and ready, the grooms entered the courtyard together, holding hands and beaming with happiness. Martin, one of the grooms, is a real character, and he gave some fist pumps and dance moves that got everyone laughing and clapping.

During the ceremony, I shared the couple's love story with their guests, talking about how they met and the proposal, which was really cute. The atmosphere was full of warmth and joy, and there were a few tears of happiness. At the end of the ceremony, I did a toast to the newlyweds, and everyone raised their drinks to celebrate the couple's love.

As the guests drank to the toast, the energy level rose even higher. A Macedonian Drum Band jumped out of nowhere and surprised everyone with their lively and rhythmic music, and the grooms started dancing, soon joined by the crowd. It was a true celebration of love, laughter, and togetherness, and everyone had a great time.

The wedding of this beautiful couple at Vin & Flower was a perfect blend of modern elegance, joy, and vibrancy. The location, the décor, the music, and the crowd all came together to create a magical evening that will be remembered for a long time. I feel grateful to have been a part of this special day and wish the newlyweds a lifetime of happiness and love.

Perth Wedding Venue: Vin & Flower

Perth Wedding Photographer: James Di Stefano

Best wedding celebrant: Luke Firth


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