Updated: Feb 18
The warm, lyrical and brilliant sound of violins, viola and cello echoing the 36 metre grandiose tower of St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral marked the new chapter of Adele and Shaun’s love story.
At the sound of captivating harmonic classical song Romanze played by the Amicus String Quartet, Adele walked down the aisle with her father. She was graceful and beautiful in her simple and elegant beaded gown, stepping smoothly like the string melodies.
Adele knows how to celebrate every stunning thing that she is. She did her make up by herself and she is the most breathtaking, most captivating bride that she could ever be. She celebrated the woman that she is and the wife that she’s about to become.
When Shaun saw her walking down the aisle, he could not seem to move, he was mesmerized at every second . He could not stop gazing at her beautiful bride, her wife, the love of his life.
Their modern classic wedding reflected their personality and throughout the day they remained authentic as their story. The coldness of the late winter was sure warmed by the heart melting celebration of these two.
"I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you directly, without problems or pride: I love you like this because I don't know any other way to love, except in this form in which I am not nor are you, so close that your hand upon my chest is mine, so close that your eyes close with my dreams." — Pablo Neruda, One Hundred Love Sonnets: XVII
Photography Michelle Kenney Photography
Flowers- Pretty Petals
bridal gown - Caleche Bridal
String quartet: Amicus String
Videographer: Derrick Films
Cake - Sugar and spice cakes at Goodwood, Adelaide
Dj and MC - Entertainment Adelaide
Ceremony - St. Xavier Cathedral
Reception - Ayer's House