A Magical Lesbian Love Story and Wedding Filled with Love and Support

After eight years of being together, Rachael proposed to Bee at Tomaree Head Summit Walk, a beautiful natural location where they both felt a deep connection to the world around them. After months of planning, Rachael got down on one knee, and the world stopped. Then, everything came into full alignment, and Bee said yes, beginning a new chapter in their love story.

Planning a wedding can be stressful, but Rachael and Bee managed to create beautiful memories in the lead-up to their special day. They planned their entrance around the song “Absolutely Everybody” by Vanessa Amorossi, using huge rainbow flags and a full choreographed dance. Bianca’s dad wearing his rainbow scarf in pride was a touching moment, and their families worked tirelessly to make their day special. Bianca’s mum and her partner checked the quality of the grass every day and had Zoom meetings to discuss the weather situation, while Rachael’s aunty Vick, Mum Denise, and Bee’s parents Geoff and Gina shared moments before the wedding at the food tasting.

The location and venues were important to them, and they chose the Rhododendron Gardens for their ceremony as it was filled with nature and felt magical and serene. As for their reception venue, they loved the ambiance of The Woolshed, the aesthetic, and the beauty of the space. Their wedding had a strong undertone of LGBTQI+, with rainbow entrance flags and little rainbow flags for their guests. They acknowledged those who had fought for their rights and passed around their rings to their loved ones to put their love into. Rachael’s mum read a verse on love, Bianca’s nan’s words of wisdom were shared, and they acknowledged their country.

Rachael and Bee undertook several DIY projects, including putting together all the flower bouquets, framing beautiful photos of loved ones who had passed, and making macramés for the table ends. They had immense support on the day, with people hanging macramé, putting out all the candles, and organizing the tables.

Finding the perfect outfits was an emotional experience, with Rachael having a strong bohemian/Stevie Nicks vision and choosing the dress that made her feel magical. Bianca also chose the dress that created beautiful emotion in her nan and made her feel radiant.

On the big day, Rachael arrived in a Kombi, and Bianca arrived in a limo, both filled with anticipation to see each other. They felt abundant love and support when seeing each other on the aisle, and Rachael couldn’t stop staring at Bianca. The vowels were filled with truths, humor, and soulmate passion, and it was a powerful moment that brought tears to everyone’s eyes.

Their wedding was a celebration of complete, unconditional love and unity between two loving, kind families. It was a night of their favorite tunes, dancing with loved ones, and bringing in the experience in happiness. It was a beautiful synchronicity of love and the meeting of souls supported by immense wisdom and support.

To Rachael and Bee, marriage means a coming together of families, unconditional love, and two souls coming together in unity and passion. Their advice for other couples planning a wedding is to take a breath, book a massage, remember it is all about the both of you, and don’t get caught up in the wild of it. Make sure you laugh and always come back to your morals together, unconditional love and making it reflect your own passions and joy.

DWH Partner
Photography by 
Translucent Photography

Caterer The Woolshed
Celebrant Meggan Brummer
Ceremony Venue Rhodendron Gardens
Dress Designer Illawara Bridal & Formal
Engagement RingMoon Magic
Make Up Artist The One Artistry
Stylist Marley May
Venue The Woolshed

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