Sarra just one of Leah S Designs beautiful brides
Nicholas never dreamt that Sarra would be interested in him. Being the older sister of one of his best mates, Sarra and Nicholas grew up in the same friendship circles, but they never imagined they’d end up together.
Their first encounter was at a friend’s birthday party where Sarra was drawn to Nicholas’ blue velvet jacket. Nicholas remembers Sarra gently touching his shoulder to feel the velvet fabric.
But it took another seven years before they both realised they had feelings for each other. Both Sarra and Nicholas remember that fateful hiking trip where they finally revealed their true feelings for one another.
But their new romance was soon to be cut short as both Sarra and Nicholas had planned separate overseas holidays for six weeks. Not wanting to be apart for so long, the pair arranged to meet up in Slovenia where they spent a magical week together exploring the countryside.
A story of true love
Fast forward to today and it’s clear to see that these guys are still madly in love. Nicholas adores everything about Sarra and loves her kind and gentle nature. ‘She is stunning, her smile makes your heart skip a beat’.
Sarra’s favourite thing about Nicholas is what you see is what you get. ‘He is full of love and support and just wants to live a simple life with that special person’. Sarra loves how Nicholas always makes her feel cared for.
Our beautiful bride Sarra and Nicholas were married at the Holy Protection Cathedral in Brunswick East, in front of friends and family.
Sarra walked down the aisle in a beautiful beaded ball gown from Leah S Designs. The Anastasia dress is an excellent choice for brides looking for a more traditional style gown with a few modern touches. The illusion neckline gives the dress a delicate feel and complements the fitted lace bodice and full tulle skirt.
Our beautiful brides wedding reception
After the ceremony, the newlyweds went to Egan Reserve in Coburg for some photos. Joined by a rather rowdy bridal party, the group could be seen dancing through the park with a bottle of champagne and a portable speaker.
Then it was off to the Regal Ballroom in Northcote to continue the party. The old picture theatre was filled with guests shouting “Gorko, Gorko, Gorko!” which is a signal for the newlyweds to kiss and for everyone at the table to drink a shot of vodka. The night was filled with lots of fun, laughter and Russian dancing.
Sarra and Nicholas, thank you so much for letting us be a part of your wedding. We wish you all the best as you embark on your new life together as husband and wife.