Being from Mt Isa, meant the couple had to ensure all plans were well co-ordinated with all their chosen service providers and with the assistance of close family and friends, they brought together a charming country wedding, enjoyed by all and admired as a truly romantic and loving celebration.
After a heart-felt ceremony, guests were entertained by Dr. Elephant Band, but it was the Groom who stole the show initially playing his guitar, before a younger member of the family courageously got up and performed her favourite song for the couple (her first time with an audience). Such moments making the occasion even more memorable for all.
Matthew, of Matthew Evans Photography, captured all aspects of Malcolm & Tanya's day from start to finish. Staying to the end, meant Matthew could steal the couple away on occasion to create magical images with a big sky sunset through to the astronomical Milky Way that Ringers Rest's back paddock offers like no where else.
A wonderful journey that started at a rodeo, now continues as Mr & Mrs... and we wish both Malcolm, Tanya and their family a treasured and enduring life together.
Thank you Malcolm & Tanya for choosing to celebrate with us!
The Ringers Rest Team - RRx
Images by Matthew Evans Photography:
Images by Ringers Rest Functions Venue:
Accommodation: Big 4 Atherton
Photographer: Matthew Evans Photography
Celebrant: Cheyenne Trevor
Hair Stylist: Inner goddess Hair, Atherton
Make-Up Artist: Beauty Call Cairns
Bride’s Dress: Irene Costa
Groom’s Suit: shirts from Lowes
Florals: Bouquet Made in Sydney by Ada Hon ( friend of bride) other flowers from Mareeba florist
Catering: Coral Coast Catering
Bar/Service: Ringers Rest Functions Venue
Music/Entertainment: own Music, Dr. Elephant Band
Cake: Sue's Sweet Delights
Styling (table decoration; lighting; signs etc): Etsy, EBay, Spotlight
Other: wine barrels and card suite case, wooden signs from Perfect Moments Cairns
Why you choose Ringers Rest:
It suited my partner and I and it's a beautiful venue with the country feeling without being locked in a small room without a view and great location for photos.