Well you did it! You found the love of your life, agreed on the date and are ready to announce to the world the special day is on its way..
Weddings are complicated and very stressful for many. So many questions – where do we go? Who do we invite? How much do we spend? Can’t we just elope? While all these questions are commonplace, many questions that should be asked are not and often what started as your dream is swiftly taken over by outside opinions (enter scary mother in law).
“It’s one of those competitions that you think no one ever wins, but here we are celebrating these two,” says Josh’s best friend during her wedding speech and they are such true words.
The efforts of the wedding suppliers were rewarded with ‘The Joshuas’ Whitsunday Wedding Campaign’ winning Gold for destination marketing at the Whitsunday Tourism Awards.
Not all newlyweds can say they’ve sailed into the sunset but that is exactly what the Joshua’s did to round off their $50K Whitsunday wedding giveaway…
The saying “there wasn’t a dry eye in the house” rang true for Friday’s Whitsunday wedding of the year when Josh and Josh said ‘I DO’.
Carly Saunders and Tresne Middleton are the first of a potential 12 celebrity guests to say ‘yes’ to attending the largest same sex wedding the Whitsunday region has seen to date.
What do Magda Szubanski, Delta Goodrem, Jessica Mauboy, Anthony Callea, Em Rusciano, Karl Stefanovic, Gamble Breaux, Gina Liano, Ricki Lee and Penny Wong all have in common?
Along with ‘Carly and Tresne’ from the 2014 MKR, they’ve just been invited to the wedding of the year in the Whitsundays.