Micro Wedding at the Bush Chapel, Mount Coot-tha
Elodie and Andrew first met at the taxi rank after a very rowdy Kalgoorlie Cup celebration. Gentlemanly Andrew offered to share a cab, however Elodie (not so politely) declined, not realising she would in fact meet Andrew again just a few weeks later when they both started their volunteer training with St Johns Ambulance.
When they re-met, Andrew noticed that Elodie was crazy clever, funny and generous with her time and support to others. Elodie noticed Andrew’s kind nature, community spirit and that fireman strength!
The two soon became a couple, and began building a life together.
The couple contacted the team at Elope Brisbane to plan their micro wedding in Andrew’s home town. They loved the tranquility of the Bush Chapel at Mount Coot-tha, steeped in history and surrounded by tall gum trees.
The ceremony was country styled, with the groom and guests wearing cowboy boots and hats, and the playlist featuring songs by Keith Urban, Luke Combs and Troy Cassar-Daley. Elodie was gorgeous in a white lace dress.
After the ceremony, the family headed over to the Victoria Golf Club at Herston for a celebratory dinner.
Ceremony Venue: The Bush Chapel at J.C. Slaughter Falls, Mount Coot-tha
Coordination: Elope Brisbane
Photographer: Romana Saeheng Photography and Graphic Design
Celebrant: Cheryl Landsberry – Marriage Celebrant