After a winter staycation in Chippendale we kicked off another wedding season on Saturday with the effervescent Bernie and Hally. As with TV shows and soccer games there's always high expectations for the season opener as it sets the standard for the rest of the season, and let's just say these legends delivered! And I'm not even talking about the venues, the outfits or the styling of the reception. Bernie and Hally are two of the loveliest, most genuine people we've had the pleasure of working with. Their love for each other was on display the entire day and their beaming smiles and constant laughter kept everyone's spirits high. When we work with couples like this there really isn't any hard work for us to do, we simply enjoy watching the day unfold.Read More
We love it when the wedding ceremony takes place in a location that has a personal meaning. Such was the case for Clarissa who married Tom in the chapel of her school, Loreto Kirribilli on Sydney's north shore.
However, the quirky layout of the school has the chapel a couple of floors up, so the bride's entrance starts with a trek up several flights of stairs and that in turn gives us the opportunity to capture some quite unique images.Read More
St Mary's Cathedral in the heart of Sydney CBD was originally built in 1821 but destroyed by fire in 1865. Three years later construction started on the current Gothic Revival style cathedral which, with a length of 107m, is the longest church in Australia. Famous for its iconic twin spires and soaring vaulted ceilings, St Mary's is a popular venue for weddings and we were thrilled to capture its majesty for the first time on Saturday when we documented the marriage of Angelika and Joseph.Read More
Rebecca and Mitch are two of the most genuinely beautiful people we've ever met and we'd been looking forward to their wedding for quite some time. On the day torrential rain and hailstones threatened to prove that choosing Friday 13th for their wedding would be unlucky, but the weather cleared just long enough for a triumphant exit from the gorgeous St Michael's Anglican Church in Vaucluse and we couldn't have been happier for them.Read More