This beautiful little girl decided she wanted to come into the world a little earlier than expected at 37 weeks but why wouldn’t you when you had this amazing family waiting to welcome you.
I first met Kylie and Luke when they welcomed little Chloe into the world almost 2 years before to the day and Chloe is the most doting and adorable big sister I think I’ve ever seen. I hope you enjoy your little sneak peek to your images.
This lovely couple chose one of the most STUNNING locations in South East QLD to celebrate their wedding. If you’ve never heard of Yabblaoumba Retreat before I highly recommend you check it out.
It was an absolutely gorgeous September day in the Mary River Valley and Aleisha and Tim created the most beautiful sanctuary down by the river. The wedding was officiated by the groom’s brother as celebrant as family and friends gathered in the shady glen to witness the two take their vows.
The bridal party then set off in a 4WD to capture some images with this most beautiful background before coming back to join their reception complete with lawn games and a bonfire.
Congratulations to this lovely couple on your beautiful day.
Wedding Planner: L&L Co.
Venue: Yabbaloumba Retreat
Cake: Half Naked Cakes
Hair: Hair By Sam Edwards
Make-Up: Amelia Livingstone
Music: Dan Horne
It’s hard to believe that only a few years ago I was asking people to volunteer to be my guinea pigs as I prepared a portfolio to move into the professional photography circle. This lovely couple were one of those volunteers when they were pregnant with this hansom young who is about to become a big brother! I hope you enjoy your photos and congratulations on your baby girl!
I am blessed to be able to call this lovely couple not only friends but family and it was an absolute joy to be able to photograph their stunning wedding at the Caboolture Historical Village. They have been so very very patient, waiting for their photos in this very busy year. I hope you enjoy your blog post.
Certainly one of my firsts as a photographer was the bride making a pit stop for petrol and Sushi Train on the way to the ceremony.
An absolutely amazing ceremony, filled with laughter, tears and gorgeous moments that truly captured this wonderful couple, their love for each other and all of their children.
There were plenty of moments of hilarity as we tried to capture some family shots with this gorgeous family of eight.
Congratulations to Katrina and Sean and your beautiful family and all the best for the future!
Only a few months ago I was photographing this beautiful families wedding. What a joy it was to see them all again as they welcomed baby Jack into their family! Thank you so much for welcoming me into your home to capture these sweet images of your family.
This lovely family came out to join SMPoz for our December Mini Sessions. It was so wonderful to see how much the little ones had grown since I did this little man’s newborn session last year.
This year has been an exciting one in terms of weddings! But there has been one wedding I have been waiting for and that is this one. I felt so priviledged to be invited to photograph this special couple’s wedding as I have known the bride since I was 10 and she was 5! Her sister is one of my best friends and I have watched her grown into an amazing young woman and meet this fabulous man who were now getting married!
The wedding was taking place in a tiny little Catholic Church in Dayboro, St Francis Xavier Church, a beautiful country church in the Petrie Parish.
Quite possibly the most excited groom ever!
Then we were off to the always stunning Glengariff Estate for a stunning reception complete with oversized games on the lawn and the most beautiful armchairs to welcome this fabulously unique and happy couple. Although we only had 45 minutes we raced around those grounds and captured some beautiful images – it was lucky the bride and bridesmaids were all wearing their running shoes.
But after the cake and the dancing there was still one more surprise from this awesome couple. After the birde had thrown her bouquet, rather than the traditional garter tossing, instead the bride was treated to a mariachi style serenade by her husband and the groomsmen.
Congratulations to Erin and Paul! Wishing you every happiness in your long future together!
It was a beautiful day in the northern suburbs of Brisbane when I arrived at a lovely little house in Bray Park with a stunning white Cadillac out the front. Inside the bride and her bridesmaids were all ready to go, with just a few finishing touches to add.
There was a lovely moment when the groomsmen showed up to drop off the bouquets and the blushing bride hid inside while also peering out to see her groom.
Calvin and Kelsie met at high school but it wasn’t until they met later on at a youth group that they started seeing each other – and so began a beautiful love story.
Wedding Venue – Old Petrie Town
Reception – Pendicup Community Centre
Cake – Natalie’s Cakes
I first met Mel and Bec when I photographed Rebecca’s mother’s wedding. Melissa had helped Karen with the lovely touches at her wedding so I knew their wedding was going to be special.
When I arrived at the hotel where both Bec and Mel were getting ready, both rooms were filled with laughter, friends and a score of professionals getting them ready for their big day.
Mel and Bec had decided to get married at the beautiful LightSpace in the Valley. An absolutely stunning venue for one of the most beautiful weddings, full of love, friendship and family.
Congratulations Rebecca and Melissa! Wishing you every happiness for the rest of your lives! Thank you for letting me be part of your special day.
Ceremony and reception : LightSpace Fortitude Valley
Celebrant: Gai Rites