I have had a chance to work and meet some incredible wedding vendors over the past year and I am excited to bring you their stories, so I’m kicking off with Sydney wedding cake supplier Priya and her business Sugarpot.
I get a lot of brides who want a casual style wedding. Nothing structured they say, I just want it to be relaxed they tell me. And you know what, I am all for that. But let me tell you, in order to get that casual relaxed appearance, your wedding team has to be ON. POINT. And that means we need to create a wedding day timeline.
I don’t know what it is with me and beach shoots, but every time I organise one it will, without fail, rain. Not just once, but multiple times! As a result, my beach shoot with Ezra at sunrise at Turimetta Beach in Sydney’s Northern Beaches was no exception! We started planning in February 2015.. and due to weather/seasons/work commitments we FINALLY got it together in December!
The week leading up to Kirsty & Pat’s Sydney Wedding at Sublime Point was a rainy one (as seems to be the case more often than not in Sydney this year!). As I headed to Bulli Tops south of Sydney I hit the fog – it was a thick as I had ever seen!
It was a beautiful spring afternoon at Old Government House in Parramatta when Jen & Adam said their vows.
I always love newborn photography, babies are so squishy and delicate and little Damon was no exception.
In early May we had the pleasure of spending a lovely night with Carolyn + John for their wedding at Eschol Park House.
For this Guides for Brides I caught up with Kecia from Well Lettered, who I met through a wedding we were both vendors for. She creates beautiful hand written calligraphy for weddings and events – an art that I am in awe of being my own handwriting is shocking 😉