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So last weekend I was invited to photograph an elopement or secret wedding. The only people that knew about the event were the immediate family and a couple of close friends who had been invited along to Rathborne Lodge, Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.
I was first contact by the sister of the bride whose wedding we photographed a number of years ago, it was one of the most fun weddings we ever worked on so I was very happy to be invited along to another family function. Then Kimberley called and explained their plans for a small private wedding.
It was a beautiful day, and lovely setting with Rathborne Lodge offering the perfect set up for a event of this size. And as expected I had lots of fun capturing the event for them, and as you can see they couldn't have been happier with their special day.
Thank you Kimberley & Andrew for asking me to photograph your secret wedding!
Elysia & Domenic's wedding had it all.... what a fabulous day!
We started early morning with the groom getting ready at his parents house, then onto the bride and her bridesmaids getting ready. Then onto St Mary's North Sydney for the ceremony, where they both arrived in style with different types of vintage cars.
After the ceremony the bridal party enjoyed some time at Blues Point Reserve, and Wendy Whiteley's secret garden in Lavender Bay, before heading out to Oatlands House for the reception.
What a party was had at the reception, it included a professional MC Salvatore Coco, a surprise floor show as a gift to the couple, smoke machines, a 7 course dinner and lots of dancing on the dancefloor, before the couple departed into the night as Mr & Mrs Moscato!
Congratulations guys, and thanks for inviting us to be a part of your day x
Eamon & Rochelle met travelling together in Vietnam and haven't looked back since. They've travelled to many places together and done the long distance thing. They are completely besotted with each other so it was lovely to capture that connection on their wedding day.
Eamon works for the RAAF so it was a obvious choice for them to get married at the RAAF Glenbrook base where they could get ready, have the ceremony in the rose gardens, enjoy the view from the escarpement over drinks with some lawn games and then have the reception in the officers mess. We also spent some time with them at Glenbrook Lagoon.
The day was lots of fun, and the party in the evening a blast. So thank you for inviting us along guys!
These guys were made for each other, I have really enjoyed editing their photographs and reliving the lovely moments between them. Just they way they look at each other, and that Phil can't keep his eyes off Philippa is just adorable. They say a picture tells a thousand words and I think many of these photos speak volumes about the special connection they share.
"The Phils" are both English but have chosen to live together in Sydney, their new home, and chose a setting that really depicts our lifestyle.... from getting ready at their flat in Manly to the ceremony in the sand at Chinaman's Beach on a fabulous Sydney Autumn day. They were then going on to England for a second celebration the follow week in a location in Staffordshire that could not be more English!
The day was filled with lots of laughter, which you can see, and lots of love both between the two of them and from all their friends and family around them. After the ceremony we stayed at Chinaman's Beach for some photos with the bridal party before separating from the group and surprising everyone by arriving at the reception at Cala Luna at The Spit via boat.
Thank you for including us in your day guys, it was a priviledge :-)
Kate & Andrew's wedding was a fabulous event, there were a few hurdles along the way in planning including the wedding venue having a fire and being touch and go as to whether the renovations would be complete in time for the wedding. In the end they were in the function room next door which they had decorated beautifully with a lovely rustic feel, and the Australia Native flowers which Andrew's Mum had put together for the table centres and the bouquets were spectacular.
We first met these guys at one of Kate's sisters weddings which we photographed a few years ago, so it was really lovely to be invited to capture their wedding and see the family again. What fun it was, all day, everyone was relaxed and really enjoyed the party.
You know it's been a great wedding when my cheeks get sore from smiling so much, not just on the day but also afterwards as I go through and edit the photos!
The whole crowd at this wedding were lots of fun but none more so than Ali, that cheeky laugh and infectious excitment carried through to everyone and as you can see she inherited this from her Dad....
We started the day with the boys getting ready at Shane's parents place, watching them all getting into their suits was very funny, then followed by the Girls getting ready at The Sebel in Manly. The ceremony was held at Freshwater View Reserve, a fabulous little garden on the headland between Freshwater and Queenscliff completely walled and private. There was a storm the night before which stressed Shane particularly, however Ali's Mum, who passed away last year, was looking over them and the afternoon was clear and light.
As they are both Event Managers, by trade, you can imagine every detail was organised. However my favourite touches where those that they had put together for Ali's Mum. Her presents was certainly felt, and even for us who didn't know her you could tell her bubbly spirit had come through. They had left a "Reserved - Mother of the Bride" seat with flowers at the ceremony with the message:
We know you're with us here today,
Your spirit's shining through
Thank you for your gift of love,
On this day we say "I Do"
Then at the reception there was a little area with flowers and a candle with the message "In Our Hearts":
This bouquet and candle is in honour of
Ali's mother, Margaret, who is
Laughing and dancing with us in spirit.
A Mum holds her daughter's hand
for a little while, but has her heart forever....
The bridal party had lots of fun both at the reserve and at Chinaman's Beach before making their entrance into the reception for fun speeches, and lots of dancing.
Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your day Ali & Shane, here are our memories of your fabulous day x
What a stunning afternoon and evening for Chantal & Paul's wedding, Taronga Zoo Function Centre definitely has one of the best views in Sydney and the afternoon sunset was amazing for these guys. A Fabulous day all round!
We started the day by popping in on Paul and the boys at their place getting ready, very relaxed with their slippers and thongs and all their finery layed out. Then onto Chantal's parents place for the girls. I just loved Chantal's shoes with their names and date in the them.
The morning had been overcast but as we arrived at Taronga Zoo the sky was clearing for a beautiful ceremony in front of the function centre, and then a wonder through the zoo to visit a few animals, the giraffes were the most interested in the crazy bunch laughing and chatting to them. Then the reception was lots of fun, with beautiful speeches, dancing and frivolity.
Congratulations Chantal & Paul x
What a beautiful Sydney winters day for Amanda & Adrian's wedding on Clovelly Headland, with a fabulous party to follow at Clovelly Bowling Club.
We met Amanda at Avonmore on the Park in Randwick, a lovely vintage hotel with a beautiful verandah for us to photograph on. Amanda was a little nervous so our mantra was ".... and breath", then we had great fun with their daughters who were flowers girls. Our one brief for them was that they like to pull faces!
Then onto the Clovelly Bowling Club to meet Adrian and all their guests, who casually wandered down to the headland to pick a spot for the ceremony... Isn't it spectacular, although a little windy and we needed the kids to help hold things together. The ceremony was conducted by one of our favourite celebrants Elaine Searle
, who of course coped with the wind very professionally and the ceremony was beautiful.
After the ceremony we had some fun with Adrian and Amanda and their girls in the most beautiful light, before joining all the guests for the party!
Nicole and Ian were married in Sydney on a beautiful autumn day, at The Garrison Church in The Rocks which is where Nicole's parents were married a number of years earlier! As they live in Adelaide and Ian is English many of the guests had travelled so it was quite a party, they were even carrying on the following day with a cruise on the harbour.
Their beautiful daughter Harriet was also involved in the day, and kept trying to steel the limelight but we tried our hardest not to be distracted..... it was very difficult!
Thanks for inviting us to 'Capture Your Memories' of your wedding day guys, it was lots of fun x
We first met Susan & Nathan at a friend of theirs wedding which we photographed, Nathan had been involved in their bridal shoot and had really enjoyed our approach and the fun we had with the couple, plus the outcome of the photos..... referrals are always the best compliment thanks Nathan! So we were really looking forward to their wedding day as we knew it was going to be lots of fun, but it even exceeded our expectations! As you can see from the photos the whole day was filled with laughter, jokes, bubbles and lots of fun.
We started at the Crown Plaza Coogee Beach were Susan got ready with a bunch of friends and family around, then we walked across Coogee Beach in the crowds of a fabulous summer Saturday with people swimming, playing volley ball, sambaing and even a giant slippery slide down the hill to the beach. All adding to the atmosphere for a fun wedding ceremony held on the headland. Following the ceremony we had some more bubbles to celebrate and then wondered the rocks and baths with Susan, Nathan and a couple of friends..... with more silliness! Before joining the party with a cocktail reception back at the Crown Plaza.
As you can see a fabulous night of celebration .....
Jo & David were married just before Christmas in a lovely ceremony with close family and friends at Bradfield Park under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Jo is a friend of Justin's and he was very pleased to be invited to capture the wedding for them. He met the couple at the Park Hyatt Sydney where they were getting ready and took some photos of them before their ceremony so they could enjoy the rest of the day and reception at Aqua Dining with their guests.
The day for Jo & David was all about celebrating with their families and friends so as you can see this is what Justin captured for them..... !
Anna & Dave's fabulous wedding day!
We had so much fun with Anna & Dave and their own bridal party, plus wedding guests, which I think you can tell from the photos.
We met Anna and her bridesmaids at the Sebel Manly were they were very relaxed having hair and make up done while wearing their special "Mrs Perry", "Maid of Honour" and "Bridesmaids" gowns, and sipping champagne! Then onto St John's Anglican Church in Mona Vale, a very pretty little sandstone church for the wedding ceremony. Then onto Long Reef Golf Club for the reception, and golf carts on the course for a bridal shoot on the beach and headland. The light is always amazing at Long Reef with the setting sun being lit by the sea spray... you'll see we don't do many B&W's because the colours are so vibrant.
Then the reception was lots of laughs, and fun with the wedding guests enjoying the picture frame and captions in a photo booth set up. Before the full moon rise with the couple enjoying a brilliant party!
Dianne & Michael were sooo excited on their wedding day, as you can see from the photos they could not get the cheeky grins off their faces or stop laughing..... it's so lovely to see when two people are just so much in love they can't believe their luck that they get to marry each other!
Dianne got ready at the Harbourside Apartments
in Blues Point and from their you could see the ceremony location at Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden just across the water, so it made perfect sense to arrive by boat. The ceremony was beautiful and personal as it always is when conducted by Elaine Searle
. Then guests enjoyed some champagne in the gardens while we explored its secret areas with the bride and groom and their little lavender flower girls.
Michael is very interested in Italian wooden boats so arranged for La Dolce Vita
to collect them for a private harbour course at sunset.... well semi private as Justin joined them to "Capture the Memories". Before being dropped at Sails Restaurant
for the reception.
A fabulous wedding, thank you for letting us capture your love on film :-)
After a week of rain the sun came out for Catherine and Andrew's wedding. A beautiful wedding ceremony at Blessed Sacrament Clifton Gardens, with the bridal party heading down to Clifton Gardens for the bridal shoot, and onto Georges Heights for the reception at Gunners' Barracks.
Catherine got ready at her parents house in West Pennant Hills, lots of fun with all the bridesmaids being relatives and her twin nephews keeping everyone entertained. Then we met Andrew and his groomsmen at the church, see if you can tell from the photos which of them is an actor..... We picked it up very quickly as he immediately took our cues. Then the whole bridal party got into the swing of things on the bridal shoot coming up with all sort of crazy ideas for photos!
Big bridal parties always make for lots of fun for us, and this one was no exception. Congratulations to the Johnson - Browns, we hope you enjoyed your honeymoon!
While we've photographed many wedding receptions at Wolfies in The Rocks, Lisa and Luke's wedding is the first time we've photographed the wedding ceremony at the venue. Lisa has done a beautiful job of styling the venue for the ceremony with a chandelier and drapes in the bar room, and stunning floral arrangements on plinths where the nuptials were undertaken.
Following the short ceremony the guests got straight into celebrating with drinks and canapes while the bridal party headed out to Dawes Point and around at the sunset over the Opera House. Then after sunset we took some more photos around the sandstone of The Rocks, before heading back to join the guests for dinner, hilarious speeches and some partying on the dancefloor!
Annie & Jordan were blessed with a beautiful Sydney summers day.... even if a little bit hot is was typical for January. With a great ceremony at Barker College Chapel, where they both went to school, and a cocktail reception at Athol Hall, Mosman.
We had a lots of fun with the wedding party, and all the guests both before the wedding, and afterwards with our bridal shoot down at the beach, and for the cocktail reception. Its such a lovely atmosphere for a wedding with everyone relaxed having drinks, and canapes, particularly at Athol Hall where they sunset on Sydney Harbour is always spectacular. After sunset everyone moved inside for a heartfelt speeches and then the dancing began..... well Athol Hall was originally built as a dance hall in the 1920's so they definitely did it justice for this wedding!
We had sooo much fun with this Janaya & Adam and their bridal party at Long Reef Golf Club, thank you guys for inviting us along for the ride !
We didn't meet Janaya & Adam until just before their wedding as Adam is in the RAAF and posted to Brisbane, so all our communication was via phone and email. Having photographed weddings at Long Reef Golf Club before it was very easy to plan with Janaya, and they are such a fun couple we knew we'd work well together.... and that we did.
Janaya had rented a house at Collaroy beach for herself and her bridesmaids to get ready, it was the perfect spot and lovely outlook. Then we met Adam and the boys at Long Reef with the Torana wedding car! Before the ceremony took place on the lawns of the Golf Club in a picture perfect afternoon.
After the ceremony the whole bridal party headed out on to the golf course in golf carts which was lots of fun, and we used the stunning northern beaches as our backdrop in this beautiful light. Before the party really started for a fun filled wedding reception.
With Amy and Pete is was very clear from our first meeting their wedding was going to be lots of fun, they set out to have a great party with their mates and get married at the same time..... and they definitely achieved that! You'll see this is reflected in our photography of their wedding day with lots of photos of their guests having a brilliant party.
Their wedding ceremony was held on the lawn outside the Mosman Bay Scout Hall, a lovely ceremony conducted by Janet Lomax
. Then the party rolled on with champagne drinks on the lawn, while the couple headed off to Sirius Cove for their informal bridal shoot, before heading back to Mosman Bay for a game of backyard cricket with their guests.
The reception was held at Mosman Rowers, the prefect setting for a rustic wedding and big party!
Tara & Damien were not only blessed with a beautiful wedding day they also had elephants in their wedding photos.... I'm sure that's a blessing in some culture!
The day started warm and sunny, then progressed to very windy and cool, but with no rain threatening everyone was happy. Tara and her bridesmaids were very relaxed getting ready at her parents house, they had even stuck a steak knife in the garden the night before to ward off the rain (apparently it worked!). Then travelled to Taronga Zoo for a lovely ceremony.
Following the ceremony the bridal party were very lucky to be able to walk through the zoo after all the public had left and wave hello to the animals before they headed off to bed for the night, such a special feeling. While the guests enjoyed canapes and drinks at sunset, before heading up to the Taronga Zoo Function Centre for a fun filled reception.
Penny and Nick are both English, but live in Sydney so chose their home for their wedding..... but most of the guests had travelled to be here and as such were up for a party and to see Sydney. So they'd arrange for the ceremony to take place at Christ Church Lavender Bay, with its lovely views of the harbour and bridge, then all the guests boarded a harbour cruise to take them around the harbour to the reception at Zest @ The Spit.
To start the day it was raining, but not too heavy so the beautiful picture windows and views from the harbour side apartment in Milson's Point where Penny, her family and bridemaids were getting ready were not spoilt. Everyone was so excited, and what a beautiful classic bride, most things were traditional including Penny's Dad & Brother not seeing the dress until Penny was in it, and there were plenty of tears let me tell you!
The ceremony was lovely, and the little page boys stole the show. Then the clouds cleared for the rest of the afternoon for bridal party photography at Blues Point Reserve, and the harbour cruise to The Spit.
The reception set up at Zest @ The Spit was very beautiful with no details forgotten by Penny & Nick. The speeches were hilarious, the atmosphere very loving and the dancefloor pumping.... all the ingredience for a great night!
Sarah & Nick's vintage inspired wedding.....
We were so excited when this wedding day finally came. Sarah & Nick had booked us over a year before and during that time we had lots of fabulous planning details and discussions about different creative ideas for the wedding photos, so when the day came we couldn't wait to take all the photographs of all the details.
As you can see they went into great detail with the theme and every aspect of the day. We met Sarah at her parents home in Belrose where the lounge had been set up for preparations with vinatge mirrors, and then onto Gunners' Barracks to meet Nick with his boys for a few beers, before Sarah arrived for photographs with her flower girls as well. Then the ceremony took place on the Harbour Lawns, which was charged with emotion, and my favourite photos are the ones just after where you can see they are both so excited they can't even keep the grins off their faces when they are kissing!
The reception was beautifully set up and everyone had a great night enjoying the speeches, dancing, photo booth and celebrations.....
Thank you both for involving us in your wedding day, it was a priviledge to capture your memories in photographs for you.
Sam & Nick were married on a beautiful spring afternoon at the stunning Tumbling Waters Resort, Stanwell Tops.
Sam got ready in the Bath House next to the pond, with her bridesmaid and parents. Then walked around the ornate pond to the wedding ceremony on the lawns of the resort. Family and friends expressed their love and pleasure for the couple with lots of hugs and laughter, before the bridal party had some fun with the photographers on the resort. Before the partying began in the main dining room at Tumbling Waters.
Thanks again to Karen from KG Photography
for second shooting with Justin, everyone had a great time as you can see from the photos.
From the moment we met with Alex & Chris we knew we were going to have a fabulous time photographing their wedding, we just clicked. Alex is an event manager (Jen's background) so we immediately connected and enjoyed the details together.
The day was lovely, a litte overcast but that never put a dampener on the mood at all. We met Alex at the Manly Shore Holiday Apartments with her whole family, everyone was fussing and loving very excited about the day. Including her two young cousins who were the "Junior Groomsmen". Then onto meet the boys at St Mary's Catholic Church Manly where the ceremony was held.
Following the ceremony we took the bridal party to Georges Heights Headland in Mosman, one of our favourite locations with is sweeping views of the harbour and the historic walls and battlements. This was lots of fun, with lots of joking and laughter we all enjoyed ourselves. Then onto Taronga Zoo where they couple and bridal party were allowed into the park after closing for some sunset photographs and photos with the giraffes.... however the giraffes were a little surprised to see us and ready for bed so the little boys had to do some coaxing to get them to come and say hello.
The reception was lovely, with Alex's attention to detail everywhere. They went with the animal theme, as the reception was at the Taronga Zoo Function Centre, and had origami animals at the table numbers, plus home made sauces for each guest. The speeches were lots of fun, and going with their eastern European heritage even a vodak toast or two, before heading to the dancefloor to round off a great night.
Dana and Ritch originally planned on surprising their guests with a wedding during their engagement party, but the details became to tricky with lots of international and interstate guests..... So the date and intentions were announced and everyone was very excited for them.
The bridal party was slightly unusally with a "Best Woman" instead of a man, and Dana's gorgeous neices as flower girls. This made for lots of fun, a fair amount of funny faces and sticking out of tongues... and Ritch enjoying the crowd of women! It's pretty standard for him to have this cheeky grin on his face but it didn't budge all day.
Dana and her family got ready at the Four Seasons, then went across the bridge to Clark Park in Lavender Bay for the ceremony. It was a beautiful afternoon and all the international guests appreciated the view during the ceremony in such a gorgeous location. The ceremony was very personal as usual from Elaine Searle Marriage Celebrant. After the guests congratulated the couple we headed to Blues Point Reserve around the corner for the most beautiful sunset over Sydney Harbour with spectacular oranges and pinks. Before heading to the Kirribilli Club for the reception.
A fabulous fun day, thanks for inviting us to capture it for you Dana & Ritch.
Kate & Jack's Wedding was awaited with lots of excitment. Kate had spent hours on every detail of the day, with the theme a rustic wedding, lunchtime on a Friday at the Mosman Rowing Club. This suited the couple very well, one of my favourite photos with the old hat and bouquet was commented on my one of the bridesmaids is "exactly them"!
The day started early for the bride and bridesmaids at their family home, then a mid morning wedding at St Francis Xavier Chruch in Lavender Bay. Then we took the bridal party up to Georges Heights Headland in Mosman, for the rustic feel with the old battlements, coastal gums and a little bit of bush. Jack was most relaxed in his grandfathers old work hat, which really suited Jack the outdoor man who is a landscape gardener next to his petite Kate. We had great fun with the whole bridal party, very excited for the couple. We even found the perfect tree to tie in with the couple invitation and wedding theming.
Then onto the party at Mosman Rowing Club. Here Kate had thought of every detail, the table settings were all in the tree theming, the centre pieces were tree stumps cut by Jack from a tree at their new home with rustic jars of garden flowers, and around the room on mirrors were little messages about the day. Everyone had a ball enjoying the speeches and the dancing, plus I have to say they did one of the funkiest bridal waltz's we've seen for a long time.....
Such a gorgeous couple and a beautiful day!
Kristen & Martin really do have a story to tell, an Aussie girl and Polish guy who met in New York! They've spent many years travelling across the world to see each other, occassionally living in the same country and finally decided to settle down in Sydney and get married. But that wasn't all smooth sailing either, when we first met with Kristen to discuss their wedding plan Martin didn't have a visa to enter Australia yet.... so we tentatively booked the date in the hope that this would all get sorted before the wedding.... and as you can see it did! The day was absolutely stunning and truely beautiful Sydney summer's late afternoon wedding, with wonderful light and lots of fun.
We met Martin at Long Reef Golf Club with his best man who had flown out from Poland for the wedding. Martin is a real character and the hardest part of our job was to get him to keep a straight face, he is forever making funny faces and wanting to jump around! Kristen arrived with her sister and father in as old Buick, and where the ceremony was to be held on the lawns at Long Reef Golf Club all the guests to could see her arrival and walk straight down the aisle. The ceremony was very them conducted by Mary Hall marriage celebrant.
After the ceremony all the guests moved on to the beach for drinks and nibbles... and Martin insisted on some jumping shots! Then we had some time with just the bridal party on Long Reef Golf Course and Beach, in the most beautiful afternoon sunlight... and what a stunning couple too.
Being Polish Martin brought some of his traditions to the wedding, and on arrival at the reception the couple ate salted bread to give them prosperity, and then drank shots. Now the tradition with the shots is that there is one of vodka and the other of water (but they don't know which one), so whoever chooses the vodka is said to be the boss of the marriage..... they both swore they had vodka in their shots!
Bonnie & Chris are a great fun couple, Bonnie the professional horse rider and Chris the policeman, and their friends knew how to have a good time too!
The day started off with hair and makeup at Hair By Maree in Naremburn, Bonnie has been going to this hairdresser since she was little and wanted their involvement in her wedding story. The atmosphere was fun and relaxed, we even got interest from the passing crowds....
Once the preparations were complete we headed down to Harbourside Apartments for the girls to dress, more laughter and fun there. Then onto the church, St Mary's North Sydney, chosen due to its location near Bonnie's childhood haunts and opposite North Sydney oval where Chris played for the Bears. When the ceremony was concluded the clouds started to roll in, but not detered we needed back to Blues Point for some lovely soft romantic bridal portraits in the rain.
The reception party was held at Sails Lavender Bay, and it was definitely a party, it even started with the bridal waltz to set the mood. Then fabulous speeches, feed and dancing well into the night.....
A beautiful setting on the world's best harbour for a glorious Sydney wedding!
Claire and David are a relaxed and fun couple, their preparations for their wedding were not in the least laboured and this proved very much the recipe for a wonderfully emotional and boutique wedding. The focus was for everyone to have a fun day.... which they certainly seemed to!
The clouds and rain were present, although Sydney still proved to be a simply stunning backdrop for the day, as Claire's family, who had travelled from England for her memorable day, were delighted at the splendour of what Sydney has to offer, even on a somewhat overcast day. The ceremony was held indooors at The Officers' Mess at Gap Bluff Centre, Watsons Bay, with the harbour and boats in the background. Tears, laughter, smiles, kisses, pride, confusion and a bridesmaid locked in the toilets just before the bride's 'walk' - this wedding had it all! What a wonderful ceremony from Elaine (celebrant) once again.
The bridal shoot proved to be a windy affair on the cliff walk near The Gap, so we finished it on the lawns of The Officers' Mess. Claire, David, Maid of Honour and Best Man all having great fun on the shoot, whilst champagne flowed freely. Cocktail function followed, whilst guests mingled and enjoyed the catered delights of what was on offer. A beautiful atmosphere, with Claire and David rightly at the centre of the celebrations on their stunning wedding day!
Beautiful spring day for a Sydney foreshore wedding!
Misoo and Adrian are a very relaxed and fun couple, their approach to their wedding was very laid back, and they just wanted everyone to have fun.... which I think you'll see they did! Again after dire predictions of rain (we've been having all the luck lately with weather for weddings!), the weather changed and Sydney put on this beautiful day. Misoo's Korean heritage was brought out in the beautiful traditional clothing the ladies wore, including Adrian's Mum which was a lovely touch for all. The ceremony was held at Kurraba Point, with the harbour and boats in the background. We then travelled with the bridal party to Cremorne Point, which was really busy in this Sunday afternoon but we managed to angle the shots perfectly to show the couple and city at it's best. From here we went on down to Shelly Beach where the reception was being held at Le Kiosk Restaurant.
At Shelly Beach, Manly, we walked around to the ocean pool, and sculptures for some fun photographs, with lovely afternoon sun light. And as the sunset the couple took their champagne for a little time on their own on the rocks to watch the setting sun, and celebrate their wedding!