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Caterina & Ade | Wedding

Caterina & Ade’s last month was held on a glorious Sydney morning and it was an absolute pleasure to photograph. You might remember them from their engagement session a few weeks prior.

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Love this dress!!

Fine Art Wedding Photography: Wedding dress

The flowers were by Courtney Grace and were absolutely stunning.

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The ceremony was held at the chapel at Santa Sabina College in Strathfield.

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Flowergirls don’t always love their job :)

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So much joy!

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After the ceremony, we headed to Balmoral for the lunchtime reception, but before heading in, we spent a few minutes on the pier.

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These two make one gorgeous couple!

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The reception was held at the Public Dining Room on the Esplanade at Balmoral.

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Homemade Fig Jam and potted succulents made up the favours. I love little details outside the box.

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What a view!

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At the end of the reception, a water taxi arrived to take them to their hotel in the city. The sun was just beginning to set and the light looked incredible. Caterina & Ade asked me if I wanted to join them for the ride and take a few more portraits and I jumped at the chance. The results were amazing!

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Congrats Caterina & Ade & all the best for your pending arrival!

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Sky & Mick | Wedding

After seemingly never ending weeks of rain here in Sydney, I woke on the morning of Sky & Mick’s Wedding to a 100% blue sky, and while it didn’t last the whole day, we did manage to get away with no rain!

I started out with the girls getting ready at Sky’s grandmother’s house in Strathfield.

I loved the bouquets!!!

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There’s something about the look on Sky’s face here that just makes me smile. She seems so deep in thought, contemplating the day ahead, but not nervous as such.

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As the boys were getting ready about an hour away from the Church, I didn’t get to spend time with them getting ready, but we still managed a few quick portraits outside the church before the ceremony got started.

How relaxed does Mick look!!

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Sky’s Grandmother was so unbelievably proud to be walking her down the aisle

St Mary's Church Concord Sydney Wedding Photographer: Bride walking down the aisle

I have shots of the actual kiss, but the smiles on their faces in this one says 10 times more to me :)

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The theme for the reception was ‘Orange’. I know you’re probably thinking that’s a colour not a theme…but there’s a story and I love it!

In the early days of their relationship, Sky & Mick watched a movie (the name of which escapes me) where the question was posed: why are the words I love you so special? What makes those words more significant than say ‘coffee’, and so for the rest of the movie, when either person said coffee it meant I love you. Sky & Mick took this on board and came up with Orange. So when you look around the room, and see orange letters on the cake, balloons and napkins, it all means I love you.

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Once again, the smiles say it all

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You know it’s a great wedding when the dance floor is packed like this THE WHOLE TIME! Young and old these guys were grooving!

Club Burwood Sydney Wedding Photographer: Dancefloor

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