Mother Nature played kind for James and Jaynes wedding day! The skys were blue and it was the perfect day to brave on foot. They wandered down to their ceremony in the lovely Roma Street Parklands in Brisbane. After their ceremony (created by Burnt Orange Events) we meandered around the gardens for a while taking photos, before making the pilgrimage by foot with the wedding guests across the river to the reception over at the stylish Queensland State Library.
The vibe of the wedding was perfectly relaxed, just like James and Jayne:)
You might remember these two from their cuddly wintery Mt Tamborine engagement photo shoot a while back (their engagement photos still make me smile!:).
Andrew and Rose were married in the Brisbane CBD in the timeless Albert Street Uniting Church. Followed by the reception held at the Brisbane Club (who are just awesome- they treat us like royalty- so I can only imagine how well they look after their gorgeous wedding couples!) For the photos we trooped around Albert Street, then it was up to the Kangaroo Point cliff outlook for the lovely sorbet sunset!
We loved photographing Andrew and Rose… The way they laugh together and allow a bit of light-hearted silliness into their relationship is so fun to witness (and to photograph).
Thanks for allowing us to capture your wedding and create your beautiful wedding album for you Andrew and Rose. We hope you have enjoyed showing it off to all of your loved ones over the holiday season.
I guess we will see you guys at the next friends wedding (or when you have babies I suppose 😉 )
You might remember Michael and Lindsay’s spunky engagement shoot from last winter. So cute!
We have been looking forward to photographing their wedding for quite some time and they didn’t disappoint! Their bridal party were an absolute crack up and the whole day was so much fun.
The wedding was held at the Broadway Chapel in Woolloongabba, then the reception took place at the amazing Tattersals Club in the Brisbane CDB.
We love recommending Fiona from Marry-Me as a wedding celebrant, she is fantastic! We found out that in their conversations with Fiona in the lead up to the wedding, she mentioned to them about some awesome teaching jobs available in Japan… Needless to say we now feel a little responsible for them packing up and heading off to Japan for a couple of years! (Sorry Mums!). We hope you guys have an amazing time!
We have shot quite a few Asian weddings over the years, and each time we do we remember why we love them so much. Firstly, the games! The groom has to bribe is way into the brides house, once her maids have accepted his offering (which usually involves completely embarrassing himself by completing a series of silly tasks) he is then let into the house, and the bride is presented by her father. The tea ceremony is now ready to begin…
After a couple of tea ceremonies at different homes around Brisbane, it was time to get ready for the white wedding which was held at the beautiful Sirromet in Mt Cotton. If you remember, it kinda started raining in October and has barely stopped since! This particular day, the rain was so heavy the outdoor ceremony had to be relocated inside to Sirromet’s Barrel Room, which even though it was not as Ian and Tina had pictured their wedding day, was absolutely lovely.
I love all the colour, the multiple dresses and the traditions. (And with this wedding, the details! Ian and Tina didn’t leave anything spared, every little detail was just perfect).
We had a great time getting completely soaked and making pretty pictures for you to remember your day by. Guys it was great to meet you and share your wedding day with you. We really enjoyed it, you were awesome!
I hope you enjoy looking through this mammoth blog post- it ought to be big- There is 16 or so hours worth of photography right there!
If your keen, feel free to check out Ian and Tina’s engagement shoot too!
Scott is an Aviation Engineer and has been working out of town, so in the lead up to the wedding they didn’t get to spend a whole lot of time together, which I think it a way, made the wedding that little bit more special.
The wedding was all quite local to us, the reception venue Windaroo Cottage is literally minutes from our home, so it was nice to be on our own stomping ground for a change. We had dinned at Windaroo Cottage quite a few times before it was converted exclusively into a wedding venue.
Kellie found us through a friend of hers Kelly, who also recently used us for her wedding photography.
Since the wedding, Scott and Kellie have headed off overseas to Abu Dhabi for a new employment opportunity, so are enjoying newly married life abroad. We hope you are enjoying your (not so little) adventure together!
As a throw back, here is Scott and Kellie’s engagement shoot.
I love this first image of Kellie, she looks like a 1940’s Hollywood scarlet!