Think relaxed European rural charm meets 19th century English novel...
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.
We would love to share in your smiles and not through the lens of a camera or mobile during the ceremony. We have our brilliant photographer, Jess, from Brown Paper Parcel to capture the feel of the moment so we are inviting each of you to sit back, relax, and just enjoy the atmosphere.
While our ceremony is unplugged, our reception is not so feel free to snap away into the night!
If you use Instagram, please use #kirstim2016 so we can share in your memories.
In our home we have many things
That living together always brings
Toasters and tumblers we have bought
And because of this we have thought
A honeymoon donation would be great
If any of our special guests wish to participate.
So we can travel overseas far and wide
But never leave each other’s side
And when our honeymoon is all done
We’ll have great memories
and can thank you for all our fun.
Taradale is 15 minutes from Kyneton on the old Calder Highway. If you are partaking in less merriment and driving, take Exit C794 Malmesbury, Taradale (Daylesford) towards Malmesbury. 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.
It’s mid November so the nights can be a little cooler in the Macedon Ranges. We think it’s a good idea to bring a jacket just incase.
To make the most of the evening leave the car at your accomodation in Kyneton and hop on the wedding coach express for special delivery to CHURCHILL. This will also be your ride home to Kyneton at the end of the evening.
Meeting place: Kyneton Museum, 67 Piper St, Kyneton.
Time: 3:30pm for a 3:40pm sharp departure to CHURCHILL.
Please nominate in your RSVP if you are on the bus.
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: