For this wedding we began in Shellharbour where the bride got ready, a little nervous at first Kara soon relaxed and we captured Kara’s beauty of her personality and her stunning looks before heading off to a Kiama cliff top for her ceremony. It was a location I had known about and recommended to her many months beforehand, right on the edge of the ocean. With no wind around it was the perfect place for a ceremony, out of the way, looking onto the ocean, and a distant view of the Kiama lighthouse.
Butterfactory weddings are great, I especially love photographing the wedding ceremony with the old 19th century building in the background. This building
has been transformed into a stunning modern south coast wedding reception venue situated on 2 acres in a quaint pretty village near Nowra known as Jindyandy Mill. It can host up to 150 guests and was perfect for what Elizabeth and Daniel wanted for their south coast wedding.
The first thing I noticed when arriving for this wedding coverage was Ben’s missing mow! I got to Ben’s house right on the beach at Shellharbour to photograph the boys getting ready. We had a chance to grab some beach photos before getting driven away by the rain. Continue reading
Kiama Pre wedding photography for Justin and Erin.
The Sebel Harbourside Kiama viagra femme canada Wedding photography for Alisha and Brett.
Wow what a day photographing Brendan and Chloe’s Kiama wedding. It was pouring rain pretty much every time we jumped into the Clipper Limousine to get to our favourite Kiama photo locations. Then pretty much as soon as we stepped out the rain backed off, in fact an amazing rainbow was created late afternoon for Chloe to have some photographs in her wedding dress with her favourite horse. Brendan had also organized an old air force plane which created some memories which won’t be forgotten. Chloe got ready at ‘The Pines’ guest house and hopefully didn’t get too itchy in her wedding dress while laying on some hay bails with her bridesmaids for some photos. The wedding reception was at the Sebel Harbourside, Kiama.
Congratulations on the wedding and I hope you enjoy your wedding photographs.
Destination weddings are a favourite of mine as I have been a keen backpacker for years having travelled to the most remote places. It’s kind of weird to me to be overseas in a resort and not in a cheap $5 a night room. To be flown to the Aitutaki Lagoon Resort to work in the Cook Islands was kind of nice as you can see by the photos.