Krysten Tomlin & Joshua Mulholland
June 23, 2017
Being a mechanic, it isn’t surprising that Joshua Mulholland has a keen eye for cars.
But on one fateful day at a local Victoria Point shopping centre, it wasn’t a car which caught his eye; rather it was the driver, Krysten Tomlin.
Deciding he had to know who she was, he gathered a tiny piece of paper to write his name and phone number and left it on the windscreen.
“I came back and somehow noticed it on my windscreen and thought it was a joke,” Krysten said.
“I texted it regardless and the rest is history.”
During a surprise trip to the Gold Coast Josh took Krysten to an amazing Italian restaurant.
While gone the hotel was busy hatching Josh’s plan to see a huge bunch of red Californian roses, chocolates and champagne ready and waiting for their return.
“When we arrived back at the hotel, I walked into the room and saw the beautiful roses, love heart chocolates everywhere and before I knew it, I turned around and Josh was on one knee and asking me to marry him,” Krysten said.
Romantic and elegant. The wedding colours were gold, white and navy.
Strapless fitted mermaid design which consisted of ivory lace over champagne satin with satin ruched waistband, and crystals and pearls.
THE WEDDING DAY
Krysten and Josh wed at a ceremony at Cherbon Waters in Burbank conducted by Felicity McShane from Fusion Elements.
The ceremony was intimate and told our love story throughout the years, including how we met, how Josh proposed and things the couple achieved together.
Family was a big focus for the couple; the day included remembering those who couldn’t be with them as well as a wedding party completely made up of family.
Krysten’s sister Naomi and Josh’s sisters Rebekah and Jeman were bridesmaids, while Josh’s brother’s James and Nick were groomsmen.
Their ceremony was followed by a reception at Pacific Resort Cleveland where they danced the night away.
Elizabeth Rose Bridal.
MAKEUP AND HAIR
Hair by Shahzada Pearson and makeup by Jessamine Pittar.
ADVICE TO BRIDES
Don’t stress about the small stuff. Enjoy the planning and most importantly, enjoy the day. It all goes by so quickly so make sure you take it all in.