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Ana & Mark | Wedding

Ana is one of my best friends, you may recognise her as the bouquet catcher from my wedding :)

We’ve known each other for over 13 years, all the way back to the first day of O Week at uni! Despite the fact that we usually only see each other a handful of times each year, we always talk at least twice a week.

Ana & Mark were married way back in January on Australia Day! It was so much fun, with the added bonus of The Fisherman tagging along and carrying my bags for most of the day.

I even slept over at her parent’s house the night before to help get everything finalised.

Alfords Point Wedding Photographer: MakeupAlfords Point Wedding Photographers: Hair & makeupAlfords Point Wedding Photography: Bride having hair doneSutherland Shire Wedding Photographer: Hair piece & rings

Our dresses were actually made my the same designer – Mandy Heng

Mandy Heng Wedding Photographer: Brides dressSutherland Shire Wedding Photographers: Bridesmaids dressSutherland Shire Wedding Photography: Bride getting readyRomantic Wedding Photographer: Bride getting dressedElegant Wedding Photographer: Bridesmaids getting dressed

Doesn’t she have the most incredible smile!

Timeless Wedding Photographer: Bride leaving for ceremony

Mark and the boys seemed pretty relaxed.

Photojournalistic Wedding Photographers: Groom getting readySydney Wedding Photographer: Groom putting on shoes

The ceremony was held at St Anthony’s in Summer Hill.

Croatian Wedding Photographer: Church detailsCroatian Wedding Photographers: Groom waiting for brideCroatian Wedding Photography: Flowergirls

The deep breath Mark took as Ana came into view almost brought me to tears!

Catholic Wedding Photographer: Bride walking down the aisleCatholic Wedding Photographers: CeremonyCatholic Wedding Photography: Bride & Groom during ceremonySummer Hill Wedding Photographer: RingsSummer Hill Wedding Photographers: Bride putting ring onSummer Hill Wedding Photography: Kiss the bridePhotojournalistic Wedding Photographer: Congratulations

Flowergirls are the best :)

Kirrawee Wedding Photographer: Bridal partyKirrawee Wedding Photographers: BouquetsKirrawee Wedding Photography: Ana & MarkCamellia Gardens Wedding Photographer: Bridal partyCamellia Gardens Wedding Photographers: BouquetsCamellia Gardens Wedding Photography: Bride & BridesmaidsCamellia Gardens Kirrawee Wedding Photographer: Groom & GroomsmenCamellia Gardens Kirrawee Wedding Photographers: Bride & Groom portraitsSydney Wedding Photography: Bridal portraitsSydney Wedding Photographer: Ana & MarkSydney Wedding Photographers: Bride & Groom kissing

The reception was held at Doltone House in Sylvania Waters. The food was amaaaaazing!!

Doltone House Wedding Photographer: Bridal party tableDoltone House Wedding Photographers: Reception detailsDoltone House Wedding Photography: Bride & Groom entering receptionSylvania Waters Wedding Photographer: Bridal waltzSylvania Waters Doltone House Wedding Photographer: ReceptionSylvania Waters Doltone House Wedding Photographers: Croation wedding

The reception was so much fun! Croatian dancing all night :)

Sylvania Waters Doltone House Wedding Photography: Croatian dancingSylvania Waters Wedding Photographers: Reception dancefloor

Except for the Nutbush. This is Mark’s dad. When I met him in the morning while the boys were getting ready, he asked me if I thought they’d play the Nutbush at the reception. I knew it wasn’t on the playlist (as Ana & I were working on it half the night), but I told him I was pretty sure I could pull some strings. He got all excited and said “I hope they do, because when it comes on, I’ll carve it up”. And he most certainly did.

Sylvania Waters Wedding Photography: Father of the groom dancingFun Wedding Photographer: BandDoltone House Sydney Wedding Photographer: Groom with band singerDoltone House Sydney Wedding Photographers: Croatian dancing

I’m not entirely sure of the origins or meaning, but there’s a Croatian of throwing lollies and coins for all the kids to collect. They loved it!

Doltone House Sydney Wedding Photography: Money & lolliesPhotojournalistic Wedding Photography: Garter tossSydney Wedding Photographer: Bouquet toss

This is how to make an exit!

Sydney Wedding Photographers: Exit

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  1. Dale Lempa April 29, 2013 at 7:59 pm #

    Great coverage and fantastic light. Rock solid wedding photography here.

  2. Lyn Ismael-Bennett April 30, 2013 at 11:11 am #

    Lol, that shot of the flower girl on the ground is hilarious! But seriously, Ana makes one gorgeous bride and these photos definitely shows that. Great job.

  3. Jonathan David April 30, 2013 at 11:47 am #

    Hey Kellee! Gorgeous work yet again :) Ana & Mark must be stoked with these!

  4. Heather Elizabeth April 30, 2013 at 5:04 pm #

    Oh her dress is SO lovely! I love the goofy family portrait :)

  5. naomi April 30, 2013 at 10:31 pm #

    i love that she was your bouquet catcher. his deep breath followed by the next black and white by her = <3

  6. Rahul April 30, 2013 at 10:56 pm #

    that band looks awesome! great coverage.

  7. tim April 30, 2013 at 11:53 pm #

    Great work Kellee. Love the flowergirl lying under the family photo! :)

  8. Veronica Varos May 1, 2013 at 12:02 am #

    Love these! Really wonderful work capturing such beautiful light and oh my – the bride and groom are so adorable! :)

  9. Michelle Edmonds May 1, 2013 at 12:41 am #

    Yes, her smile is INCREDIBLE. I love all the emotion you captured, especially during the ceremony.

  10. Johnboy Wilson May 1, 2013 at 12:56 am #

    Great tones, how cool is that car?!?!

  11. Rima May 1, 2013 at 1:05 am #

    Lovely coverage, the couple must be so happy!

  12. Avelaine May 1, 2013 at 4:15 am #

    How lucky are they to have a talented friend like you to give them such wonderful photos of their day?? Great great job.

  13. Maz May 8, 2013 at 5:14 pm #

    Just great Kel. Lovely couple as well.

  14. Derek Martinez May 21, 2013 at 3:15 am #

    Beautifully done Kellee! You have a great eye for detail and capturing some great emotions.