Natasha and Brent’s Australian Fusion Wedding in Two Halves by Henry Paul Photography

Hello Monday and how are you all? How was your weekend, I hope you had a good one? I think it’s fare to say that Autumn is well and truly upon us. For me it’s all about Halloween now, the decorations will be going up in or house very soon, and if I can get past the builders we will get them all up outside as well. We bought a 6 ft inflatable pumpkin this year, forgetting that our house is actually a building site, but none the less we will make sure the house is super Halloween-like for the next couple of weeks! I am starting off the week with this gorgeous fusion wedding. Natasha and Brent were married on 7th March 2020 at The Boat House by the Lake in ACT, Australia. The wedding comes in two parts, the first honouring Natasha’s culture and the second honouring Brent’s. What a stunning celebration of love. Big thanks to Henry Paul Photography for the gorgeous images.

How they met 
We met at Jb Hi Fi where we were both Christmas casuals. We became good friends first, then about a year later we started dating.

When did you know they were the one
Tash: when we both wore the same John Lennon and Yoko Ono shirt

The proposal
The proposal wasn’t really an ‘event’. We knew we were always going to get married- we both decided December of 2017 that we will get engaged in 2018- so we did in January

Tell me one thing you love most about each other
Tash: I love how calm and loving Brent is.



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