Hello everyone, thanks for coming to our website.
We are so grateful to you all for making our wedding day so special for us. We really had THE BEST DAY and there are some classic dancefloor movers and shakers that are captured forever on video!
We were very spoilt with some lovely gifts which have already been put to good use in our home.
And we got some very generous contributions to our honeymoon. As it turned out, we needed every cent with the sinking of the Pacific Peso (also known as the Aussie dollar).
So thank you for making our honeymoon a once in a lifetime holiday. We simply had the best time of our lives together and it was a great relaxing start to married life.
Thanks to Jo Foster for her pic used above (and all the others)! And if you have some photos - we'd love it if you could send us some, or even on a CD. Our email address is email@example.com or our postal address is 11/2 Ranken Place, Belconnen, ACT, 2617
Everyone should be in at least one professional picture!
Robert Hayson (roberthaysonphotography.com.au) took some amazing shots, and when we see you next we can show you the stunning albums he gave us. He is also responsible for the lovely pics on the thank you card. Thanks again Uncle Robert!
And you can access Jack's lovely photos at: www.timeexposure.com
Click on 'Find Photographer', which is in the Quick Links menu on the right hand side. Then type in Jack MeAgheR (leave country blank) and then click on Jack MeAgheR Photography (not Homepage).
You will then see a Duncan(Rousell) button there, and the password is Duncan. You can order photos from Jack if you like, contact him at www.jackmeagher.com.au
You can also access photos of our honeymoon through the links below. You don't need to sign in or have access to Facebook. These are public links.
Part 1 - Rasa Ria
Part 2 - Brunei
Part 3 - Tanjung Aru
Part 4 - Kuala Lumpur
Unfortunately we don't have pics of our white water rafting adventure, which was a real highlight, but we didn't have a waterproof camera and without one, its too hard to take photos while shooting down Grade 4 rapids and dodging dead deers(!) and a variety of jungle debris! Conditions were too rough even for the guide who normally took the pictures for people.
WE WISH YOU ALL A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A SAFE AND HEALTHY 2009. SEE YOU ALL THEN!