Married: 6th June, 2018
Ceremony: Spicers Peak Lodge - Queensland
Reception: Spicers Peak Lodge - Queensland
Photographer: Klee Photography
"Andy proposed with a good old fashioned love note. It read, 'will you marry me? Tick one - yes, no'. The 'no' box was tiny and the 'yes' box was HUGE! There was no ring in sight at this point as Kanani wore a Class A ring that Andy had bought her many years before. After Kanani accepted the proposal, Andy said to grab some glasses for some champagne, and while it took a bit of time for Andy to gently guide Kanani to the right champagne flute, eventually she got there, and found the gorgeous ring at the bottom of the glass! Kanani thought Andy was playing a practical joke and had bought a gorgeous ring to pretend, but turns out the ring is very real!"
"Andy and Class A have a long standing relationship going back many years. As with most jewellery that Andy designs with Class A, it started with an idea, and the team helped Andy design the perfect setting that would suit Kanani's personality; classic and elegant. After many months of the Class A team searching for the perfect centre stone, the ring came to exist around it. This all happened behind Kanani's back and with none of her influence. Andy and the team did an amazing job and the ring suits her perfectly."
"As with most weddings, the exchanging of the vows was the most memorable part of the day, plus the love lock ceremony that we did to involve our four kids in the wedding which involved each of the four kids locking padlocks together to symbolise our new connection. It was also pretty special seeing each other for the first time on the day. Andy was standing under a custom arbour that he'd designed especially for Kanani. The food, the wine, the atmosphere and the company were all amazing as well. It was also freezing, so any time we got to cuddle was memorable too! The day was all together perfect!"