The wedding was held in Waverly Cemetery, and unlike traditional weddings, was a "black" wedding. The day was perfect with a light breeze, blue skies with a hint of cloud. Whales played in the ocean behind, as sea eagles cruised the thermals across the ocean.
Kesia wore a 140 year old mourning dress and all her bridal party were looking splendid in their clothes. Black roses, a Celtic harp and a real tying the knot over the hands all added to the atmosphere.
Signing the registrar. Rosalie is far left. Jack is looking very dapper ( far right)
At an area known as The Rocks in Sydney, where other bridal Parties go to have photo shoots, Our wedding party arrived. It was such a contrast to the white weddings that other camera crews stopped taking photos of their party and began taking photos of ours!
I will post more photos later in the week and show you some of the artwork both these talented people create