ec and Tom first met when Bec was babysitting Best Man Ben’s children. Ben thought that Bec and Tom would get along, so he introduced them to each other.
When they first met, Tom noticed that Bec was pretty and she had an easy sense of humour.
Bec noticed that she and Tom just clicked straight away.
They met up a few times when Tom worked in Brisbane and Bec spent a few weekends visiting Tom at his home town. And then they decided they had nothing to lose and took a leap of faith to just dive into life together.
Tom wrote a fabulous rhyming poem to propose to Bec, and she excitedly accepted. They set about planning their wedding day.
Bec and Tom decided on an intimate ceremony, with an emphasis on family and close friends. They contacted the team at Elope Brisbane to organise all the details for them.
Rain was forecast for their wedding day, so Bec and Tom went with their Plan B ceremony location. The staff at the Port Office Hotel, where the reception was to be held, offered an adjoining function room for an indoor ceremony. The team at Miss Weddings set up the hexagonal arbour against the mirrored wall.
Bec walked down the aisle on the arm of her dad to “If you love her” by Forest Blakk. She was gorgeous in a white, satin off the shoulder frock, with her brunette hair curled and held back on one side with a diamonte clip. Tom wore a sharp suit with a white rose boutonniere, as did the groomsmen. The bridesmaids wore caramel coloured silky dresses.
The ceremony was light, with a little humour, telling the story of the couple. The guests were delighted to hear Tom’s proposal poem included in the ceremony.
After the ceremony and some family snaps, the couple were able to make the most of a break in the weather for some memory making photos around the City Botanic Gardens.
Bec wrote, “Cheryl was incredibly lovely and very helpful. She guided us through all our questions and answered them promptly. She reassured us that everything was in order and left our minds at ease. We are truly grateful for the beautiful ceremony she provided us. We woudn’t of had it any other way.”