It is such a special role to photograph a wedding and share an entire day with a couple. A day that will always be one of their most important. Helping them remember it all with the photos that are taken.
Like Rebecca and Nic, their wedding day was minimal fuss – simply a day to celebrate being in love. Thank you beautiful Rebecca and Nic, x
They opted for ‘first-look’ and photos before the ceremony, which worked perfectly for the light and their ceremony/reception venue.
After their special hour, there was time for a quick touch up back at the hotel and then showtime. Comme is such a unique venue with the entrance staircase used as the aisle. The guests not only had a great vantage point being positioned around the staircase, but it made the ceremony very intimate.
I had not seen a wedding cheese cake before – so amazing!!
My next wedding is a beach ceremony on the Gold Coast in September – cannot wait!!
I ever-so fondly refer to Anna and Michael my ‘Disney’ couple. Poised, elegant, sweet with pure joy – and they look the part too :)! x
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Suzy and Jan are divine – gloriously happy. They were gorgeous when I photographed them with their little boy Sebastian earlier this year. And they were gorgeous on their wedding day.
I really love this little family – some of my favourites from the day. x
Kate and Mike (so gorgeous!) were married last November at a beautiful venue on the outskirts of Melbourne. Due to heavy constant rain on the day, we decided to go back to Emu Bottom for a honeymoon session to make the best of the location!
The rain was torrential for the entire day, and not once did this amazing bride and groom mention the weather. Not once. Kate and Mike were just excited, happy, calm, carefree — such a down to earth couple. Dave and I had lots of fun photographing their special day, despite the rain.
The ceremony had to be moved indoors — the room was gorgeously rustic, and dark. Lit only by candles and a few small windows.
Arriving in a downpour, but still cracking jokes and barely any nerves.
Rain stopped for a few minutes.
And just before the light left us and the reception started, the boys had time for some Nerf war.