Results tagged “Weddings” from Kazza the Blank One
Way back in April we headed up to Sydney for my cousin Ben's wedding. It was a very relaxed afternoon and evening and it was great catching up with the cousins.
We stayed the night at Oxford Falls nearby, and as we went to leave the next morning we discovered this..
Fortunately we weren't in any hurry and the weather was fine, so it was a relatively low stress thing to fix. And our spare tire is a full tire, not one of those stoopid mini tires with an 80km/h speed limit which would have made our trip home pretty painful.
Friday morning I was actually excited to go to work. I really wanted to test the thing I'd be doing on Thursday. Except I couldn't get it to work. So went back to feeling demoralised.
Friday night I woke up some time after denist time, and probably only got another hour or two's sleep. So I was a zombie for Saturday.
Which of course we had to go to Sydney for. My cousin's wedding in Dee Why. Which was actually a lovely afternoon/evening. Will post some photos soon. We decided to stay in a quiet place in Oxford Falls for the night rather than going back to mum's. We went to bed at something like 9:30 and apart from needing to go to the toiley in the middle of the night, I slept pretty solidly til about 6am. So Sunday morning I felt great heh. Had a simple breakfast at the motel then dropped by Dan and Emma's to see their crazy big old house in Gordon. Then headed home.
Yesterday afternoon was just getting things done. I have so much to do in the next week it's ridiculous. Need to remember to breathe.
Friday was the second of our big work parties. A lovely afternoon.
Afterwards I was all set to go to bed (after stressing about what the hell I was going to wear to a wedding the next day) when we got messaged by Kit to come down. So we did. And after complaining about the fact I had literally *nothing* to wear, she said "you can borrow one of my dresses" and I'm all WTF?? cause she's like super tall and thin and I'm short and fat, and how the hell could any of her things fit me, but then we tried on some dresses and one of them actually kind of suited me! Freaky hey! (it was German! made in China!)
So Saturday I was still super stressing about the whole day, on account of scary unknowns and *having to wear a dress* so didn't get anything done all day (other than stressing). But Kit did my hair in this super cool little updo thingie.
Have I ever mentioned we have the best neighbour *ever* ?
And then I had to finish getting ready and *makeup* and running late and stuff, which meant I was super stressed again.
The wedding was lovely and pretty relaxed.
Then we chillaxed for a while before heading to the reception.
Which was also pretty relaxed. Quite a lovely evening in fact.
Today was trying to get the house sorted in advance of the whole family Christmas thing next weekend. Achieved a bit of it but not nearly enough. Then it was duck and wombok (which I tried to kill on account of being a slacker and not of watering it for a day) for dinner and then I hacked and hacked with the AV system to get the old DVD player attached to the working TV so we could watch Love Actually, which hey, I might just love a little bit and make the sweetie watch every year. Sorry sweetie!
And now the sweetie has headed off to work and it's totes bed time!
The last of the three brothers of this family to get married, in an Australian-Greek-Chinese wedding.
So quite a lovely wedding, and a good time was had by all.
But special mention needs to be made of the "professional" photographers. I haven't been to many weddings that have had professional photographers, so I don't really know what's normal.
But I didn't think walking down the aisle with the bride was
Or getting in everyone's faces during the ceremony (at one point the priest waved one of the photographers away)
Or sharing the dance floor during the bridal waltz
Or getting *in the middle* of the Greek dancing
Or sharing the exit limelight with the bride and groom
Personally, I found their behaviour to be not very professional at all, especially at the church. My cousins agreed, and they even later made a formal complaint. So when one of the photographers was overheard complaining that he couldn't get "five minutes" alone to work (when he'd just *had* five minutes alone, *and* the shot he was complaining about wasn't even setup by him), well you're hardly going to get any respect or sympathy. But hopefully the photos and video they get will make it worth it.
Anyways. Congratulations Andy and Crystal :)