IT was an emotional farewell for Vaughan Blucher who said goodbye to his "two angels"- his wife Kerryn and their unborn baby Olivia at a funeral service last Friday.
More than 200 mourners filled the Dunamis Church at Loganholme to farewell the devoted wife and mother and her unborn baby Olivia, nicknamed Rainbow.
Mrs Blucher from Crestmead, and baby Olivia, due to be born in a few weeks, were killed after they were hit by a car driven by a 76-year-old driver at the Redland Spring Festival on Saturday, September 8.
In a moving eulogy, Mr Blucher said goodbye to the love of his life on behalf of himself and their surviving daughter Kiara, 2.
"My fondest memories are of you as a mum, and what a mum you were," Mr Blucher said.
"You adored Kiara with all of your heart and soul.
"It saddens me that Kiara will no longer have a mum but I will always keep the memory of you alive so she will always remember who her mum was."
A slideshow featuring photographs of Mrs Blucher's life growing up, her wedding and family moments with her husband and daughter were shown across the big screens.
A heartbroken Mr Blucher also paid tribute to the daughter who he would never get the opportunity to meet.
"Olivia, my heart weeps as you didn't get the chance to meet your beautiful mum and your older sister," he said.
"I know your mum was so excited about having you and holding you for the very first time, wrapping you in a blanket and bringing you home.
"You are at peace, my beautiful Olivia, as you lay in your mummy's arms.
"Farewell, my two angels."
A minute silence was held for Olivia before the pair were carried away in a brightly-decorated casket covered with a leopard print blanket and flowers.
Investigations into the crash which claimed their lives are still continuing.