Categories Friends and loved ones Mr and Mrs Malloy Post date Sun 5 March 2006 12 Comments on Mr and Mrs Malloy Tony and Rae got married yesterday at the Sun Theatre in Yarraville. After the ceremony, we all watched High Society. Congratulations Tony and Rae. (Funny story? Rob actually FORGOT the rings. Just before kick-off time, he had to race back home to get them.) Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInReddit 12 Comments on Mr and Mrs Malloy By Daniel Bowen Transport blogger / campaigner and spokesperson for the Public Transport Users Association / professional geek. Bunurong land, Melbourne, Australia. Opinions on this blog are all mine. View Archive → ← School photos → The morals of selling cigarettes 12 replies on “Mr and Mrs Malloy” Are those seats really as hard as they look? The backs might be, but the bits you sit on aren’t. Quite comfy, in fact. Comfiest seats in a movie theatre I’ve ever been in, and that wasn’t including the ones right at the very front which were lounge chairs. Ahhhhh. Bliss. There’s nothing more I like than watching a great movie in really comfy chairs. Why did they get married in a theatre? Because they wanted to. They designed a wedding ceremony which matched their personalities and interests. It was great. Thought they might have worked there!! I love that idea, something different – certainly not what most people would have done!! Did they get married in the foyer and or the theatre itself? Is it true that the wife lose her last name and has to use her husband’s last name in Australia? I don’t think my wife would like that idea…:) In Peru We use 2 last names, and we give our children the first one of each of us. Example: I am Roberto Marcos Zegarra Frisancho My wife: Gina Latoure Sanchez So, if we have a girl and we want her to be named… err… Elizabeth, her full name will be: Elizabeth Zegarra Latoure I think in Australia our girl will be named Elizabeth Zegarra… and that’s it.. and my wife: Gina Zegarra is this correct? Denise: In the cinema. Roby: No. It’s up to the couple. The wife can take the husband’s name (as Rae did) keep her own (as my sister did when she married) or change it so it’s a combination. Same with any babies’ names. Theres nothing to say that in Australia, the husband and the kids couldn’t adopt the wife‘s last name even! Theres no law forcing you to change your name. :) Thanks Daniel. I think the cinema is a great idea, and am actually contemplating it for my own wedding. Was the reception also there or somewhere else? Yay! Nice to see a pic! Neither of them posted one on their own blogs … at least not when I was looking … and I had been wondering about the outfits. Comments are closed.