Love-filled bush wedding for newlyweds
IT was a typical bush wedding for Natalie Muller and Luke Clare.
The happy couple were married at Natalie’s family property at Eukey in the paddock.
Natalie said it was a little place where her Aunty Marj would take them to ‘bush school’.
She said it was hot, dry and windy with plenty of flies — a ‘typical bush wedding’.
Natalie was given away by her father Kerry and at the ceremony they celebrated her aboriginal heritage, both our passed loved ones, and my grandfather George Speedy, who sadly passed away only a week before our special day.
“With sadness in our hearts it was still the happiest day of both of our lives and to celebrate with the most beautiful family and friends we feel truly blessed.”
The bridesmaids were her mother Tracy and sister in laws Jane and Ellie. Flower girl: niece Evie Muller. Page boy: nephew Fletcher Muller.
Groomsman were Luke’s brother Scott, Luke’s father Justin and brother in law Dale.
The duo were supported by their parents Justin and Leesa Clare and Kerry and Tracy Muller.
A special thanks to Natalie’s Aunty Vicki for the hair, Tina for the make up and celebrant Rhonda Van Kempen.
The reception was held at the Ballandean Hall where they had dinner, speeches and danced the night away.
“We never wanted it to end and no words can describe how lucky I feel to be married to Luke.”