The Star Player


Catherine & Ewan

The Star Player


We first met this lovely pair about a year ago and within seconds we wanted to be part of their wedding day. Why? Because of their enthusiasm (about their wedding, their photography and most importantly each other). These two are just superb together.

In the months that followed we’ve grown to love them even more… for their attention to detail, for their love of life and for their love of teamwork…

Guys, you two have this planning thing nailed. Catherine your meticulous organisation is second to none and Ewan your thoughtful input made your day one that was planned to perfection. And your team of bridesmaids and best men were second to none. We know you’re going to have a life jam-packed with adventure and we feel so privileged that we were able to share this little bit of it with you both.

Big Blue Sky love,

Niels & Alie xxx

"But one things for sure - we make a great team.
I am the Captain, the Secretary and the Treasurer,
but you are the Star Player..."


Catherine

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Photography - Blue Sky Photography
Filmmaker - Bowery Productions
Venue - Mansfield Traquair
Make-up Artist - Lyn McKenzie
Florist - Rose Parks
Caterer - Heritage Portfolio
Band - Corra

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