A Spring Wedding

One fine spring day, in an old Victorian manor situated in one of Melbourne’s genteel suburbs, a cousin of mine confounded family and a goodly portion of his friends’ expectations of eternal bachelorhod by tying the knot. There was food and frocks, flowers and plenty of family… and stunning interiors to wander about in.

The kebaya, a traditional Malay style of dress.

The bridal suite.

After canapés and drinks, after three courses of roast pork belly, steak and créme brulée, after a piece each of the two different wedding cakes, after the coffee and tea, last – but not least – came these beautiful little chocolates.  Needless to say, there was a lot of chocolate-admiring and very little chocolate-tasting.

Olly gathers treasure!  (rose petals)

A lace window shade.


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