For this Duncan Memorial Chapel wedding, all the bases were covered, something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a six pence for her shoe.
Amanda’s wedding dress fit her to a T. Her grandmothers ring she wore on her finger for something old. Her borrowed being her aunts bracelet that delicately hung around her wrist. While the flowers on her grandmothers handkerchief represented the blue.
Kie and Amanda met outside the doors of Duncan Chapel for their first look. As he heard the sound of her heels on the ground behind him, a smile broke across his face. He turned to see his best friend, fiancé , and now soon to be wife, for the first time that day. She took his breath away and words left him. The moment had finally arrived that she would become Mrs. to his Mr.
Kie treated his groomsman to a fresh cut.
Amanda and her father added a little something extra to their dance, and choreographed a routine to a remix of different songs.
Rather than a traditional wedding cake, the Sutherlands opted for Comfy Cow ice cream, and a quite moment outside to enjoy it.
Here is how their love story began.
Venue| Duncan Chapel
Dessert | The Comfy Cow
Hair| Heather of Tease & Tangles
Barber Shop| Kam of The Clipper
Florist| Henderson Flower Shop
Photography| Photo Lulu