When the gods above bless you with love, light and bliss known as sunlight. This is exactly what happened when Chelsie and Matt tied the knot. The couple chose to have a small intimate ceremony with the presence of only very close friends at the Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne. The importance of having a garden ceremony meant that whilst making their vows, everyone was immersed in the green. The colour green is associated with growth, harmony, renewal, nature and energy.
From the initial consultation, Chelsie and Matt advised that it was really important to them that everyone connected with the earth during the ceremony, including us. The purpose of earthing is to connect with the ground. When your bare feet or skin comes in contact with the earth, electrons are taken into the body. These electron's are referred to as natures biggest antioxidants and help neutralise damaging excess free radicals that can lead to inflammation and disease in the body.
No complaints on our end, any excuse to be one with the earth suits us just fine.
Here is a snapshot of the day.