The Yering Station in Yarra Glen couldn't have been a more stunning wedding backdrop for Hanh Nguyen and Jag Dhillon's wedding last Saturday, 14th October 2017. The couple said "I do" at the round gardens before heading to the main reception hall with amazing views of the Yarra Valley.
I sang 'Marry me' (Train) as Hanh walked down the aisle, 'All of Me' while they sign the register and 'I could not ask for more' as they exit the ceremony grounds.
The bride also asked me to be emcee at their dinner reception. Although I do not personally know the couple, I felt really supported with Hanh being flexible about my emceeing ideas. They were a relaxed couple and I had fun singing and emceeing for their special day.
Rod and Jovic Ching had their wedding by the Lorne beach front on an unpredictable Thursday afternoon. I thought that rain would definitely pour at the ceremony. The couple was hopeful that the day would clear by the ceremony’s 4:30 p.m. start time - and it did.
We ended up with a gorgeous ceremony.
The bride walked down the aisle to me singing 'A Thousand Years.' I sang ' All of Me' as they signed the register and the couple chose 'I love you Always Forever' as their recessional song.
During the reception at the View Lorne Hotel, I met such lovely people - my kababayans (fellow countrymen) from the Philippines. Some of the guests are mostly nurses just like Rod and Jovic. They also have parents and family visiting from the Philippines.
Thee party was spot on with speeches, to cake cutting ceremony, and Jovic's special dance number choreographed with her girlfriends for her new husband Rod. To say the least it was a long day of celebrations - some games, lots of dancing but most of it lighthearted fun.
Congratulations to the lovely couple Rod and Jovic. It was an absolute pleasure singing at your special day!
On the 7th October 2017, Emilia La Porta and Roger Pavan enjoyed their wedding ceremony at a beautiful church in Flemington at St Brendan's Catholic Parish. The bride walked down the aisle to me singing 'Walking down the Aisle' originally by Irish singer- composer Claire Ceol. My brother Eric Bullecer accompanied me by playing guitar.
Emilia chose 'Fields of Gold' (Eva Cassidy) for me to sing as they signed the register and 'Treasure' (Bruno Mars, acoustic version) for their recessional song.
Thank you Emilia and Roger for letting me have a small part on your wedding day. Congratulations and all the best to the future!
Hello, I'm Sharon Crossman, a wedding singer from Melbourne, Australia. I specialise in performing at church and civil ceremonies and drinks receptions.