When they first met, Troy noticed that Kirstie just didn’t stop talking. He liked that he could just smile and nod and not have to say too much. Kirstie noticed that Troy was a great listener. He never interrupted, and just let her talk and talk. It was a match made in heaven, and Troy realised this after about 6 years of knowing each other, and asked Kirstie to be his girlfriend. That was eight years before the day that Troy and Kirstie said, “I do” at Redland Bay Golf Club. Kirstie’s brother and his mate were Flower Men, and dispersed rose petals along the aisle before Kirstie walked down the aisle accomapnied by her dad. The bridesmaids were Kirstie’s sisters and friends, and they wore dusty pink dresses.

Kirstie wrote, “Thank you so much for performing our wedding. We had the most beautiful day. You had everyone laughing and crying and that’s exactly what we wanted. We received so many compliments about you and how you were the perfect fit for our day. We will definitely be leaving you a 5 star review and be recommending you to family and friends. ”

Celebrant Cheryl Landsberry

Photo by Romana Saeheng

Venue Redland Bay Golf Club

Signage Amber Luxe

Styling Miss Weddings

Cake from Cakes by Simone

Transport Brisbane Mustang

Videography XIV Creative

DJ Tony Dangerfield