Erin & Shane’s Wedding

Our niece, Erin, had her second wedding on Saturday night, April 18th.

Actually both weddings were to the same bloke – Shane McDonald – only her first ceremony was with a few special friends at Vanuatu a week or so earlier. This celebration was for family and Erin and Shane’s broader circle of friends.

The wedding function was held at my brother’s place at Spring Hill and both Colin and Sue did a wonderful job of hosting everyone for a spit roast in a marquee which was set up on their property.. We had great local wine, specially selected by my nephew Robin. One of the highlights was a screening of a video of the first wedding ceremony at the Iririki Resort on Vanuatu.


Shane and Erin made a very handsome couple and all the guests had a wonderful night.



Bruce is a keen traveller and photographer. This web site describes his travel and family interests

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