Cara & Matt's beautiful Fremantle wedding was pulled together in under three months with lots of help from family and friends including the bridal bouquets and the cake. A hot late summer's day, everyone was grateful when the Freo Doctor arrived. The ceremony was held at Christ the King, high on the hill in Beaconsfield before the couple and bridal party headed to the west end of Fremantle for some quick portraits while guests made their way to Moore & Moore Cafe. I haven't seen the front room set up for a sit down dinner before and it looked spectacular!Read More
I met Jasmine & Mitchell in Guildford on a Wednesday evening to photograph some pre-wedding portraits in the beautiful light that you get out in the Swan Valley! I was super excited to see the dress that Jasmine wore because I have been trying to get more movement in my portraits and her long, gorgeous hair and the dress just worked so beautifully to create the sense of movement.
Looking forward to photographing these two lovebirds at Caversham House on Sunday!Read More
After a extremely hot start to the week, the temperature dropped to a lovely 30-ish for these two to get hitched at Lamonts Bishops House!
Both with a bit of a wicked sense of humour, a little quirky and competitive, these two are rather suited to each other. Together for around 10 years, it took a while for Ben to get around to asking Jenna to marry him, but the wedding was definitely worth the wait.
Styling by Wedding Day Flair, makeup by Bridesmaid and Ben's sister Betsy, hair by The Pretty Parlour, ceremony conducted by Dru Soltys and Jenna's dress had POCKETS (don't worry this will be edited once I find out where it was from!!), it was a beautiful wedding on the most perfect day.Read More
Ten years these high school sweethearts have been together. There was so much joy around at their ceremony and reception, like every guest had been waiting for this day for a long time and had that knowledge that these two belong together always.Read More
Siobhan & Nick were married at St Columba's Church in South Perth by Father Joe Parkinson who 30 years ago married Nick's parents. A hot Perth summers day, they had organised Delish Ice to treat guests to icy poles after the ceremony, some welcome relief.
After the ceremony, it was off to Hyde Park to get photos amongst the fig trees before heading to Caversham house for more photos and the reception in the Marquee. Blooms and decorations were by Katie Cooper Floral Design with DIY wooden decorations, made by Siobhan's Dad, the bonbonnieres were tomato seedlings lovingly grown by Nick's Dad, cake made by Siobhan's Mum & Aunt, it was a bit of a family affair pulling together this stylish reception. After the speeches, the family contributions continued with Siobhan's Dad and brother singing and playing guitar for the crowd.Read More
They grew up in the same small town in the south of WA but didn't meet till Jess returned and started working at the local pub, and Wade made excuses to start spending more time at said pub...
Jess & Wade chose the heritage listed Alverstoke Barn to have their wedding. Alverstoke is an amazing location, with barns and rose gardens and wisteria all providing beautiful backdrops for photos, and it is hard to believe it is also a working farm. I could have photographed there all day, but we did pop out to Bunbury for some photos on the beach and in the mangroves, just for something a little different.Read More
Stephanie & Matt were married at St Columbus Church in South Perth on a beautiful spring day. Because of the late ceremony time, they stuck to the South Perth foreshore for their bridal portraits before heading to The Boatshed for their reception. But not before some photos on the jetty with Perth City in the background.Read More
Tenille & Mat have been together since they were teenagers but pulled together their gorgeous wedding at Heathcote Reserve and the Blue Water Grill in less than five months!
James McHale lead their ceremony surrounded by 150 family and friends on the lawns of Heathcote Reserve as the sun started setting. We had twenty minutes of light for portraits before the sun set but because of the smoke from burnoffs, there was a great opportunity for sunset shots (sorry bush fires are bad but on the plus side, the sunsets are good).Read More
High on a hill, overlooking Dambagee Farm, Kaitlin and Jono were married in front of family, friends and their furry child, Schnitzel Von Krumm. After meeting while both attending University in Perth, Jono headed back to the family farm and they had a long distance relationship for a few years before Kaitlin was able to join Jono on the farm.Read More
As summer approaches and the likelihood of rain on a wedding day becomes a distant thought, the idea of having a wedding reception outdoors becomes more appealing. I have put my thinking cap on and pulled together some ideas that take in a range of tastes and budgets.Read More