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Ideal mates seal the deal

Published:Monday | March 12, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Brian Allman looks lovingly at his new bride, Kerry-Ann, after the two exchanged vows. - Contributed
A very colourful bridal party of from left: Maurice Allman, Andrew Gruber, Marvin McCoulsey. Brian and Tracey-Ann Hamilton, Tracy-Ann Marshall, Kadine Farquharson and Natasha Nicholas.
Signed and sealed: The couple shows off their wedding bands and marriage certificate. - Contributed

Kerry-Ann Hamilton and Brian Allman met in January 2007. Their friendship was effortless as Brian is a very amicable person. They soon realised they had a lot in common, and their friendship blossomed into a splendid relationship marked with mutual love and respect. Convinced that Kerry-Ann was his ideal mate, he proposed to her over a romantic dinner and, of course, she accepted.

The lovebirds decided to solidify their union at The Waterfalls on November 20, 2011. The contrast of the theme colours: purple, lavender and turquoise, beautifully decorated the Somerset Suite and was complemented by the soothing sound of the waterfall.

Officiating pastor, Windel Montaque, charged the lovebirds in his unique and humorous manner to daily affirm their love for each other and gave some insightful tips on how they can be a successful couple.

Brian describes Kerry-Ann as a loving, caring, level-headed, ambitious and fun-loving person who loves God.

"I was overwhelmed and was totally captivated by her beauty; the feeling is almost indescribable," he notes of his emotions when he saw her walking down the aisle. Kerry-Ann notes that it was easy to fall in love with Brian, "He is the most loving person you will ever meet. He just oozes love, and in addition he loves life, he's ambitious, smart, dependable and last, but not least, he's a devout Christian."

The couple was complemented by their bridal party: Tracy-Ann Marshall, Kadine Farquharson and Natasha Nicholas who were matron of honour and bridesmaids, respectively, and Marvin McCoulsey, Maurice Allman and Andrew Gruber who were best man and groomsmen, respectively. Master of ceremonies Mark Reynolds outdid himself in engaging and entertaining the couple and their guests and created the ideal atmosphere for an incredibly joyous reception, and brought the curtains down on the evening of celebration in fine style.