It was a very warm day - smart fellas wore a kilt. The wedding was held at St Ignatius Church at Athelstone and the reception was at the Next Generation - a very funky gym and function centre on the banks of the River Torrens in central Adelaide. After the ceremony we spent some time wandering in fields and bushland near North Adelaide before heading on to the venue for the party. Victoria looked a treat.

Heather and Jason had arranged an 'engagement party' which was to turn into their wedding party. About 10 guests knew of their plan and everyone else came along because H & J had said they were going to elope to marry so come to this party or miss out altogether. I think their mum's were given 2 weeks (long enough to find the right dress but not long enough to stress..well, not for more than 14 days anyway) Heather's dad was given a little more notice as it was at their place that the wedding was to take place. In these 6 weeks Gavin (dad) managed to build a very elaborate men's room (see below) made out of corrugated roofing material, guttering and plumbed into the sewerage....very cleverly done.

This was a beautiful wedding (not that I can remember one that has not been). The Tin Cat Cafe is a lovely old 2 story house in Kent Town that has been converted into a funky cafe / restaurant with mismatched, vintage furniture and colourful prints, paintings and nik naks around the place. Lighting is warm and soft and homely and it's a great spot for not only a top breakfast or coffee but also for intimate weddings...

This wedding would have to receive the award for the funniest set of speeches I've ever heard at a wedding. It's fairly common to have one  great speech but this was exceptional. MC Tim was superb and held office all night long. Along with auctioning off a dodgy print of Emily and James in a 2 dollar frame from an Op Shop, all in the name of raising some $ for the newly wedded couple to spend on their honeymoon. Bidding was rife and it fetched a cool $300 from...

A superb day for a winery wedding and a great bunch of people to celebrate. I'd not photographed a wedding at Longview for a few years so it was nice to be there with a little knowledge but nice fresh eyes.If I had to live in Macclesfield this is where I'd want to be perched, overlooking 'my vines'...

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