Here are a few engagement shots I took of Antonella and Barry a couple of years ago. It was a freezing brrrr morning but they both braved the cold to relish in the glory of the short lived blooms.
I’m currently in New Orleans so unfortunately, I missed out on seeing the blossoms this year.
This photo always makes me laugh. Poor cat. It’s not happy. I hope the owner got some great shots.
I live for this type of wedding – simple, intimate, meaningful.
Lovebirds since university, Jennifer and Jon returned to their school and married at The Arboretum there.
Everything was perfect that day – the weather, Jennifer’s simple peplum dress and red shoes, Jon’s crafty moss welcome sign, and their awesome bridal party!
I fell in love with Alisha and Sunny the minute I met them. These two high school sweethearts lit up the room and I realized after spending 6 days with them how strong their bond really was.
Steeped in tradition and complimented with modern touches, their 5 day Hindu and Sikh celebration was rich in emotion, colour and style.
This wedding will always have a very special place in my heart.
Grab some popcorn and sit back – this is a big post with many amazing photos.
Noosa, Queensland, Australia
I’ve known Leanne for many years now, in fact I was with her the night she met Julian. I had the utmost honour of being a part of their wedding.
The view from Cooroy mountain formed a beautiful backdrop to their intimate ceremony. Dressed in a stunning Oscar de la Renta gown, Leanne took my breath way.
I remember her saying to me with tears in her eyes after the ceremony “Why is my photographer crying?” I think the photos speak for themselves. I still get teary when I look at the photographs.
I love this woman to bits. L
Venue: Stonelea (private estate)
Caterer: Spoonfed Catering
Planner: Kim Eibrink Jansen of Events of Noosa
Flowers: Blooms of Noosa
Cake: Cake Designs