Sara and Branden held their morning wedding at the Estate in the chapel, Sara said “We chose the Estate for we heard that the owner of Bram Leigh had taken over, once we went and had a look and seen the beautiful venue and we were warmly welcomed by Fauzia the wedding specialist, we knew instantly that this would be our special place.” Sara and Branden said that “LeeanneQ Civil Celebrant created such a beautiful intimate and lovely ceremony, as soon as I met Leeanne it felt like I had known her 20 years, so blessed she was apart of our special day.” The wedding reception was a fun event in the function room at the Estate, where friends and family celebrated. Stu Art captured the video and Hayley at Passion8 photographed the beautiful photos.

Sara responce to how they met; “Branden and I met on his 30th birthday, Branden says that I was the great gift to him. His first thought was who was that girl with that gorgeous smile and those big green eyes. When I first met Branden, I seen a tall handsome gentleman walking towards me and then when I looked into his eyes felt an instant connection almost like my heart knew the search was over.
Branden proposed to me on the 3rd May 2013 – I had turned 30 and he love to explore Melbourne, so we adventured out to crown casino went for a beautiful meal at our favourite restaurant, the kitchen workshop. Then walked along south bank hand in hand then around the corner was waiting a horse and cart then he had organised… We were inside the horse and cart, Branden held me close and confessed his love and devotion and got on one bended knee and proposed.”

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“I felt surprised however overjoyed with love and happiness, it was just a surreal feeling. I’m truly blessed – he is my movie buddy, my football buddy, my thunder buddy – my best buddy and I’m so happy that I’ll forever cherish him as my husband.”

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