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Country Style Wedding – Narbeh and Talin – Somersby NSW

Talin and Narbs are no longer two people, they are ONE!

They married each other on a stunning property, The Somersby Stables, in Somersby NSW, what a place!!

The huge barn was seriously decked out with flowers galore, by the very talented Piccolo Petalo, there will be more to come of that later.

Talin and Narbeh joined with vows that were both humorous but also brought us all to tears. Kind words said by a dear friend of theirs who married them all but a few legal must gets.

I love these two, so kind and thoughtful, always worrying about everyone else instead of kicking back and enjoying their huge epic ride that was their wedding day. But lucky Pete and I were there to snap a few pics of the day in case they missed anything.

Talin is wearing a very elegant Alyssa Kristin gown from Love Marie Bridal Boutique and Narbs looked very dashing in his perfectly fitting blue suit by Brent Wilson – what a perfect match!

So much class!

So much love too, and romance, and the weather was superb. Thanks Sydney for putting it on for all of us on their special day!

Everyone partied the night on in the barn, lots of Armenian charm on the dance-floor, and the food by Sprout was soooo darn good!

Thanks Talin and Narbs, for having Pete and I along, and for being so hospitable, it was a lot of fun!

A few pics here of the day, an attempt to show off the intensity and love of your day, more to come soon.

Somersby is one beautiful location that’s for sure, but there is also a great feature we have done on another epic part of NSW just over HERE. Please, do have a look.

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Sydney Wedding Photography – Dan and Candice AKA “Ruffy and Candy” – Cottage Point, NSW

 
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The gods must have had a tough night before Candy and Ruffy’s big day. Pete and I drove down from QLD through bush-fires, sweltering heat and with the prediction of 50km/h winds the next day, we were braced for a crazy day.

Well it was one crazy day, but the force was strong!
Here’s a few elements to give you an idea.

 

Winds 50km/hr
Tree down blocking the road to reception
Chainsaws
Airport delays
No mobile reception
Calm groom
Friends chipping in
‘The cottage’ of Cottage point
Kuring-gai Motor Yacht Club
Calming deep breaths
Cute flower girls and page boys
Ancestral Veil
Epic flowers by The Brides collection
Winds still blowing  – up to 100km/hr  – forecast to be the worst at 3:30
Celebrant Maureen Boyle getting everyone in the moment – with speaker on Max!
Beautiful vows
Candy’s mum put on her engagement ring after the wedding rings
Stunning wooden Boats
Walking in the water – bridal party and photographers
Sand island
Did I mention windy?
Sunset photos on a cliff
Full moon
Festoon lights
Paella
Epic band – Thanks Sly Dogs
Power blackout
Great speeches by phone light
Lights back on
Drink the night away…

 

Awesomely planned, managed, decorated and catered by Ash from Poco Uno Creative

Thanks to Candice and Dan and your families for having us along on a “big grins roller-coaster day in wonderland”.
Besides the words, here’s a few pics we took of the day.

 
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Cottage Point is one epic location that’s for sure, but there is also a great feature we have done on another epic part of NSW just over HERE. Please, do have a look.

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Southern Highlands Wedding – Jade and Sid – preview

Southern Highlands Wedding – Jade and Sid – Bendooley Estate, Berrima NSW

 

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Jade and Sid join together as one, on a breezy spring day, in the beautiful Southern Highlands of NSW.

You are two of the very loveliest humans I’ve met in a long time, such a pleasure to be around.

Your day was full of love, laughter, dancing, great food and wine, lots of kissing and thoughtful words being spoken all around. Your families were so extremely happy for you two to be spending the rest of your lives together, the tears showed it. I’m so glad you guys found each other, and I am so thankful that I was part of it all, I feel blessed. Jade, what a dress! Oh my you looked stunning!

So lets skip along to the story of the day now for a few sneaky pics.

Sid stands proudly at the amazing historic St. Francis Xavier chapel waiting for his bride to be Jade to join him. A very proud father walks Jade down the aisle to meet her man and gives Jade away, what a moment. What more could a Wedding Photographer hope for than a start like that in such a beautiful old church!

After an amazing ceremony, the party moved to the absolutely epic Bendooley Estate.

Jade and Sid and I managed to sneak off to take a few pics around the Estate, before we all joined their crew to celebrate on into the night.

You guys were blessed with a gorgeous spring day in wonderland. It sprinkled down for one short moment (what I think was God shedding a tear of happiness for you) then the sun shone on us for hours as we wandered around one of the best wedding venues in Australia. The sun went down and the sky was full of stars.

One truly memorable day. Thank you, thank you to you two!

For now here are a few teasers that caught my eye when browsing through the story of your day. Hope you like. More to come soon!

 

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Jade and Sid wanted to mention a few people and vendors that helped make their day all that it was…

Bendooley Estate

Jade’s absolutely stunning Dress – Eternal Bridal, Lazaro
Gucci shoes
Hair and Make-up was beautifully done by Emma McGill
Wedding rings from Canturi & Cerrone, Earrings from Tiffany & Co
Flowers by Owl and Pussycat
The Cake was made by a family friend
Live music by the awesome Red Soda Band
Videographer, cool dude Kurt – The Barefoot Bride

 

If you might be interested in checking out some of our local favourite spots, take a look at our recent feature article Byron Wedding Venues, it’s worth a peep.

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Sydney Wedding Photography – Paul and Ash – A few frames…

Sydney Wedding Photography – Paul and Ash – A few frames.

 

The awe inspiring and majestic St Mary’s Cathedral. Wow, what a church!

And so Ash marries Paul. Lovers and partners for a long time, now joined together. They did this in front of their friends and family, and God. They said “I do!”

We nudged aside the asian paparazzi out the front of the cathedral to grab a few pics there, then headed up to Observatory Hill for the sunset. This is one of the best places for Sydney Wedding Photography, especially if you want to capture the sunset.

Thanks to Sydney for being on your best behavior on this very momentous day in two wonderful peoples lives.

Thankyou to Pier One for hosting a spectacular reception and for the great food and service and for the support you gave to Ash and Paul.

Hope you guys like these few for now.

More to come soon.

 

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My thanks to Pete, my wing man, who came down all the with me from Brisbane and rocked the day with us all.

St Mary’s is one epic Sydney wedding venue thats for sure, but there is also a great feature we have done here on another epic part of NSW just over here. Please have a look.

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Sydney Wedding Photography – Toby and Natalie – Teasers

Sydney Wedding Photography – Toby and Natalie – Teasers

 

Natalie and Toby were married with kind words by the lovely Shelley Tunbridge on a little reserve by Pittwater, in Palm Beach, Sydney.

What a dramatic backdrop Sydney put on for us all on their special day!

Nat is wearing a very elegant gown by KJ Bridal, Toby and his grooms-brothers donned custom suits by Pink Lotus, what a perfect match!

So much class! So much love, romance, the weather changing every second, the sun popped out, clouds blew in, what a roller-coaster ride!

Everyone partied the night on at Dunes, Palm Beach, the food is soooo darn good!

Thanks Toby and Nat, for having me along, and for being so hospitable, it was a lot of fun!

A few pics here of the day, an attempt to show off the intensity and love of your day, more to come soon.

 
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Sydney Wedding Photography – Daniel and Quyen – a few frames

Sydney Wedding Photography – Daniel and Quyen – a few frames

The stunning wedding of two lovebirds, Daniel and Quyen, was one epic adventure.

I woke up in the dark at 4.30 am, a tad excited, loaded up the rental car with everything I could think of, and headed out on the road to meet the girls for their prep..

The first pic taken was at 6.30. I thought that would have been early enough to grab the start of all of the action, however it turned out that the girls started at 3.30 am. As my 4 year old boy has said “Thats indiculous!”. Hats off to them!

From that point on it was one fabulous roller coaster ride, one of those ones that would stand out from a distance when you drive past a theme park and make you think “woh, look at that!!”….but would probably be too scared to go on.

My ride went all the way to the farewell at 10.30 pm. In between that, well I can say that there was no dull moment. Sydney was on it’s best behavior, there were plenty of colours and culture, class, lots of love.

One long day for sure, but one I will never forget.

Quyen is such a cutie, super friendly and funny, stunning, and it turns out, quite adventurous as well. Daniel fits right in there as her perfect match, a real gentleman for sure, and at one point in the day he did indeed marry the girl of his dreams. I think experiencing that love and their connection was the highlight of the day for me. It’s also why I love what I do and am so continuously thankful of for having such a privilege.

I cant really put into words how crazy the whole day was, but I can say that it was super fun and very inspiring…one of those moments as a photographer that gives you a grin on your face all day.

At the moment I really only have a couple of hand picked favourites of mine to show off. They don’t in any way give a portrayal of all the events of the day, but I chose them for the reason that when we set out for a photo session, we were lucky enough to find a pretty beautiful part of Sydney. We hung out, everyone was relaxed, we all climbed a few fences, danced about on a few serious cliff face edges, and yes we got a couple of nice pics of it all too.

Here they are. There will be many more to show off in the near future.

Oh, lets not forget this amazing photographer Rachael Muller that came along to shoot with me. Rachael, you made my day once again, as my true partner in crime. Your help, dedication, creativity and your cracking photos, are all priceless. I appreciated all you did a huge bit. Thank you again.

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