Nayani and Dinesh were married with their feet in the sand on a glorious February day at West Beach Bathers Pavilion in St Kilda.
….”It was always Nayani and Dinesh’ dream to be married near the beach in summer, with their family and special friends here to help celebrate with them.”
In the bridal party there were three groomsmen, three bridesmaids and a flower girl and pageboy in glorious peach and white shades.
…Today is a celebration. A celebration of love, of commitment, of friendship, of family, and of two people who are in it for forever.
Today is a time to pause, look back, and smile at all the moments that brought you here. And a time to look ahead at all the moments that are still to come…
In Nayani’s words: “Dinesh is cute, kind and caring. We first met at the Diwali Cultural festival through our common friend Raj who is the best man here today! It all started after we both bumped into each other again at Southland Shopping centre. A magical love at first site moment, the chemistry was there from the start and we exchanged numbers. We think alike and are always on the same page and wave length. We have this weird connection which we can’t explain and we truly believe that fate plays a big part in our relationship.
“We are getting married because we always wanted to do everything right and make sure it was done perfectly. Once we tie the knot we want to start our own family and have a name for ourselves as a real family and have lots of children!
In Dinesh’ words: “Nayani is also cute, nice and giving, and both our goals for happy marriage is to not change what we have going right now, except maybe listen and communicate better!
We realised straight away that we were meant to be. We had the same beliefs and traditions and we just clicked and had heaps of the same interests. We were from the same country and Town, culture, religion and Language so our relationship developed easily and comfortably.”
(Celebrant) You fell in love by chance, but you’re here today because you’re making a choice. You both are choosing each other. You’ve chosen to be with someone who enhances you, who makes you think, makes you smile, and makes every day brighter.
“to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better for worse, for richer for poorer, in sickness and in health, as long as we both shall live.
…. Giving you this ring means that I give myself to you, it is a symbol of the love that I pledge.
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