You’re probably not going to meet nicer people than Nat and James… I’m pretty convinced of that. In fact, bookies have stopped taking bets on it. It’s clear that a lot of people feel the same way I do, because there were so many happy people at their wedding… so much love for them. The ceremony was at the Chinese Methodist Church in Eight Mile Plains, then we moved onto Shafston House for the photoshoot, and in the evening we headed to Stamford Plaza for the reception. Nat and James are both doctors, and its clear they are going places. They have a shared love for humanity, a confidence in themselves and a strong faith that was evident throughout their amazing wedding day. I join a thousand other voices in wishing these guys all the best, for they really do deserve it.

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I can think of a lot of words to describe the wedding of Gemma and Luke… none of them seem to sum it up, although they all ring true. Ethereal? Yup. Shimmery? For sure. Contemporary, bohemian, beautifully simple? Yes, yes and yes. It was all of those and more… but what really shone through for me, through all the planning and visual ‘wow’, was the happiness and excitement of Gemma, Luke and their little girl Luella at being a part of this moment. It was a really fantastic day guys, thanks for having me along!

They got married at Wirreanda Park and had their reception at Ebb Waterfront Dining. Gemma’s gorgeous dress was from Marilyn Crystelle Bridal, her hair by Haras and Co and her makeup by Natalie Hunter. Ali Dempster did a great job as the celebrant :)

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Jay and Alvaro’s two day wedding down in Sydney was kicked off by their official Hindu ceremony in Glebe Hall. Jay is Indian and Alvaro is from Spain, so this was a true multi-cultural affair, full of bright colours, amazing traditions and a group of really lovely people. I’ve never photographed a Hindu wedding before, so was really excited to head down to Sydney, meet this awesome couple and capture their wedding for them. I caught up with Jay at her Dad’s home in Ryde in the morning where she was getting prepared, and from there we headed to Glebe Town Hall for the ceremony, before heading off to Shark Beach for a photoshoot. Here are some of the photos from the day… how beautiful does Jay look in her traditional wedding clothing?

 

 

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Shauna and Sam kicked off their 2016 with their beautiful wedding in Mt Cotton, held in Shauna’s Mum’s extremely well kept garden.  They’ve gone and set the bar preeetty darn high when it comes to garden weddings, as this was a cracker. Every minute detail was taken care of in a stylish, rustic, warm and inviting way…. from the whiskey bar to the cheese platters and the coffee station, it all looked fabulous. Even the life size storm trooper had an element of class… as did Ironman, who made a couple of appearances in the early parts of the day!

At the heart of the wedding though was the genuine love and esteem that everybody there holds these two in. Shauna is from Zimbabwe and Sam from New Zealand, so their  family had come from all around the world to share their wedding with them. It was awesome to see that, and to see the love, respect and closeness that Shauna and Sam share with each other. Have a look at the images below and you’ll see what I mean.

Thanks and recognition needs to go to these suppliers: Jane Zwar did an amazing job as the celebrant, Hodgepodge Hire provided the vintage decor and furniture, Shauna’s stunning dress came from Stella York, Mt Cotton Retreat did all the catering and provided the bridal prep location, and Supermum Carrie and Superaunt Janet took care of the flowers :)

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