It wasn’t easy getting through airport security checks on our journey to Nina & Ian’s wedding in Koh Samui, Thailand. We packed close to the maximum baggage allowance (both in hand-carry and check-in baggage), and when we arrived in Bangkok, the boys realised they didn’t leave enough room to pack enough underwear or clothes for the rest of the trip haha. We arrived on the island the day before Nina & Ian’s wedding, and met up with them to scout the wedding venue and to do a finale run-down. There was nothing mediocre about Nina & Ian’s wedding. Nina & Ian’s closest family and friends flew in from all over the world for their wedding, mostly from the UK and Australia. Even though they hadn’t seen many of their family and friends in such a long time, you could tell that they shared such an unbreakable bond with each and every one of their guests. Nina & Ian have the kind of friends that really look after each other. And it reminded me that you can really get to know someone by getting to know their friends and loved ones. Seeing the love-ness between them and their guests really reflected who Nina & Ian are… the most loving, bubbly couple bottled up with a bit of cheekiness and oh so sexy (can’t resist the British accent). Our trip to Thailand was a very heart-warming, and lasting experience. Thank you Mr & Mrs G. for sharing your stories with us. We will treasure them forever.
The sunset was more than what we could ever ask for. It turned shades of romantic pinks, purples and then into warm oranges. And after all the meals had been served, the guests moved towards the beach and relaxed at the bar for a brief moment while the amazing staff at Baan Kilee transformed the area into an awesome dance floor! The speed at which they cleared the tables, chairs and fitted new decorations was incredible! And for the grand finale, we witnessed a breathtaking show of fireworks on the beach.