Please RSVP by 10 August 2019
Our wedding ceremony and reception will be held at CHURCHILL.
CHURCHILL is a beautiful 1858 deconsecrated church set within two acres of garden overlooking the little town of Taradale and the surrounding Macedon Ranges countryside.
Please organise your arrival time for 3.45pm as the ceremony will begin in the church at 4.00pm sharp. It will be followed by drinks and canapes in the garden, a candlelit dinner, and dancing into the evening.
We have a brilliant photographer, Tess Follett, to capture the ceremony so we are asking you kindly not to use your cameras or mobiles during that part of the day.
While our ceremony is to be free of cameras and mobiles, the remainder of the day need not be, so please take as many photos and videos as you would like.
The formal festivities at CHURCHILL will conclude at approximately 11pm.
We cannot wait to share our special day with you.
The dress code is formal/black tie optional.
The nights in late October in the Macedon Ranges can be cool. We think it is a good idea to bring a warm layer of clothing.
Please do not feel obliged to give us a gift; your presence at our wedding is the greatest gift of all. However, should you wish to help us celebrate with a gift, we would be grateful for a monetary contribution towards our future via our wishing well on the day.
Our talented chef, Melly, from Spoonful catering will be preparing a wonderful three-course dinner.
Melly can cater for any dietary requirements, so please specify any dietary requirements in your RSVP.
Taradale is 15 minutes from Kyneton on the old Calder Highway.
If you are drinking less or not at all and driving to CHURCHILL, take Exit C794 Malmsbury, Taradale (Daylesford) towards Malmsbury. Head past the Taradale BP and General Store, turn right on to Davy Street and CHURCHILL will be on the right at the top of the hill. There is no parking on site so please use the roadside.
Kyneton is a lovely little town situated in the beautiful Macedon Ranges and is best placed for all your accommodation needs. The following suggestions are good places to start but are in no way exhaustive:
The morning after the night beforE
For those guests staying in Kyneton for the weekend – we, and our families, will be hosting brunch at The Manse on Edben in Kyneton on Sunday at 10.30am to share our stories and memories of the night before.
We would love for you to join us.