Jillaroo and stockman trot their way into happily ever after

August 26, 2016

Tori and Jayden Walker travelled all the way from Tantanoola in outback South Australia, to be married on Magnetic Island, in beautiful Horseshoe Bay. Aptly named, and also thanks to the Horseshoe Bay Ranch, they were able to trot off into the sunset on horseback. These two first met riding horses and there is no doubt that their happily ever after will contain this shared passion on a daily basis. A young couple with their whole lives ahead of them, they eloped to Magnetic Island with only their parents to witness the special day, but are planning a big reception party in South Australia later this year. The ceremony was captured in photos and video by the very talented award winning Andrew Rankin who once lived on Magnetic Island himself, and knows exactly how to capture the sunset in Horseshoe Bay. The ceremony told the story of how these two have built on a relationship together, doing what they love.

 

Afterwards it was so touching to receive an email from them the very next day which read; " Thank you, thank you! I cannot say it enough!!!! Our ceremony was above and beyond my wildest dreams, it was PERFECT and that is all thanks to you!!! I could not imagine having anybody else doing it. Jayden and I were over the moon with everything there is nothing we would change!!! Thank you, Tori and Jayden "

 

I will never forget this couple and their happiness was contagious! Congratulations guys x

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