Monday, April 27, 2009

Tiffany & Paul

It was a wonderful Sunday morning, the sun had a way of warming your soul, the blue sky seemed a little wider than normal and the slight sea breeze ever so gently moved the tips of the trees. This was a special day. Hidden away in a bungalow, Tiffany and her brides maids enjoyed a champagne as they fussed over hair and make up, before slipping into their gowns and preparing for the Ceremony.
Tiffany and Paul were married in the chapel at Aaunka Beach Resort in Coffs Harbour. Their ceremony was conducted by local celebrant, Ken Palmer, who talked of the couples strong family values and their dreams for a long and fulfilling future. After the ceremony and a group shot, we headed down to the beach for a little bit of romance before returning to the reception.
Tiffany, Paul and their insanely gorgeous daughter Talisha are a very beautiful family and I would like to wish them all the happiness for the future. Congrats Guys. Thank you for sharing your beautiful day.
Here is a sneak peak at a few of the shots....

The mystery of the Chuppa Chup....

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Louise & Andrew

Well there are people that are beautiful on the outside, and then there are people who are beautiful on the inside. Louise and Andrew are blessed with a full serve of both kinds of beautiful. I only got to meet with Louise and Andrew the Wednesday before their big day, but I knew right there and then that this was going to be a wedding to remember.
A wedding to remember indeed!
The morning started as usual, the girls preparations looked great as the got ready to help Louise into her stunning gown. We shot around the apartment before I left to meet Guys on the sand at Charlesworth Bay. We snapped a few shots of Andrew and then at 1pm on the dot (scheduled ceremony time) the heavens opened up and completely drenched everyone. The next 30 minutes of rain forced a speedy change of location. Louise and Andrew, unperturbed by the last half hour, exchanged vows inside the main reception of Pacific Bay Resort, in what still managed to be a beautiful and interment ceremony.
When the time came to head back outside we found the fabulous blue skies had returned, so with little hesitation we headed back down to the beach, where the ceremony was originally planned to be held.
Here are a few of my favourite shots...

When Andrew met with Ken Palmer, the celebrant, they pondered if rain would play a part in their ceremony...
...and it did!
A quick change of location.

I love this shot that Jade caught once we where back on the beach enjoying the fine weather?

Louise and Andrew, thank you for letting us play a part in your special day.

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Sunday, April 12, 2009

Jen and Adrian

(in your best Forest Gump accent) Now Adrian and Jen-nay are like pea's n carrots. And my moma always says life is like a box of choc-luts....
Obviously my internet friends, these are insider jokes from yesterday, which sums up the fun we had as we documented Jenny and Adrian's wedding.
Jen got ready at home in Emerald before heading in to the very quaint Bonville Anglican Church for the nuptials. The ceremony was simple and beautiful and managed to insure that neither Jen or Adrian nor most the guests, could keep a dry eye.
After the paper work was done we set off to some great locations including Stevo's old Holden graveyard, Bonville International Golf Club and the iconic Coffs Harbour Jetty.
To Jen and Adrian, thanks for choosing me to shoot you guys on your big day.
To everyone, please enjoy a few of my favourite shots.

The King and Queen chess pieces made for a fitting ring shot.

Jen looked fabulous in her custom made gown.