Well it happened, after the huge surprise, the official affair was much more low key but still wonderfully fun and special. Along Never Never Creek, Woo and Eno finally tied the knot, got hitched, became a Missus and Mister (well Eno was always a Mister, but you know what I mean), yep they are now legally married.
The day, yet again was gloriously sunny and in our little shady, grassy nook, our small group created a special little wedding party that included children swimming in the river, freshly made bread, more than a few glasses of champagne, lots of easy chats and best of all the witnessing of this celebration of love, these two just glowed and exuded joy.
What about that dress, I hear you yelling through the screen, well you would never believe it BUT the day before the big day, Scott, Ilo and myself headed to Nambucca Heads for some op shopping (it is really great there) and at the second last shop I spied a stunning 70's white dress with beautiful embroidered flowers, I saw it, thought of Woo and handed over $6.00 of my hard earned cash (truly). It was only on our way home that I remembered that Woo and Eno were getting married the next day. I quick smart made my way to Woo's and pulled the dress out of my bag, she looked at me in disbelief, "You got me my wedding dress. You got me my wedding dress", she was lost for any other words. She quickly put it on and beautifully, it fitted perfectly, it looked amazing and she skipped about in a state of delirium and joy. Before this she was admittedly downplaying the wedding after her 'first' one had been so gorgeous and she had decided to just wear the red dress she wore at her party/wedding. But no longer, now she had a dress, a wedding dress even.
Eno took one look at the dress and realised he wanted to step up as well so borrowed a suit from Scott, yeah, they both looked stunningly gorgeous, as you can see.