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Carclew House, Arthouse wedding Venue, North Adelaide

Sometimes I get to meet couples and for whatever reason, through very little effort, everything just “fits”. We click seamlessly and I get to have an insight into what makes them so special together.

I have to be honest and say when we first met at their engagement session, I wasn’t quite sure if I’d made a great impression. Despite how friendly Taegan and Ben are – I almost felt like a bit third wheel, without words, I could sense their connection was deep. So for the most part, I kept back and shot as photo journalistically as possible. Fast forward to the wedding day – and it was like meeting old friends.

I love that I can blend in with my couples, enjoying the day as one of their friends would. I get to witness the authentic moments and the natural interactions that everyone has with one another.

Aside from this, the other thing I love about this wedding – was how cool and calm Taegan was as the day unfolded. This was largely in part due to her organised nature – and I have to say the styling, event management and design by the very talented team at hygge studio definitely helped to keep things running smooth.

After seeing the glorious details at the ceremony – from the hand designed signage, to the meticulous, and beautiful table layouts – I knew that this luxe wedding was going to be an absolute blast – all the fine details were taken care of – and all they had to do was enjoy the proceedings as they unfolded.

Enough from me – see how it all went down for yourself.

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Styled Shoot, Beresford House, McLaren Vale

Beresford House at Beresford Estate is one of Adelaide’s newest, premium wedding venues. Occupying the amazing grounds is a beautiful, purpose built mansion – Beresford House.

One of the greatest things about this place, is how amazingly luxurious, and exclusive you feel as you arrive on grounds. This styled shoot was expertly crafted by one of the most talented team’s I’ve had the pleasure to work with. The florals, signage, event design and furniture was supplied by the talented team at hygge studio – along with JAKS furniture and events. The stunning Rue De Seine dresses, supplied by The Bride Lab at Unley, complimented the aesthetic of the venue. The suits supplied by Peter Shearer menswear and the gorgeous, hand made arbour by What’s mine is yours – simply gorgeous.

I already know this will be one of the most hotly anticipated locations to get married – make sure you get in touch with the team at Beresford House and the amazing suppliers involved with this shoot in the links above!

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Marybank Farm Wedding Photos

Claire and Jason are two very personable and private people. Having the opportunity to witness their intimacy first hand, and to create relaxed and natural photos of them was a privilege. Because of this, I’ve purposely shown snippets of the day – but this intimate Marybank Farm Wedding was nothing short of elegant.

In our first meeting, both Claire and Jason mentioned they were not “posy” people and wanted to have a celebration that focused on their family and friends. I have to say these words are music to my ears. When a couple focusses their time and energy on creating a celebration that is as unique and beautiful as their relationship, it’s a catalyst for authentically beautiful photos.

We planned a “first look” – whereby they got to share their first few moments dressed as bride and groom with each other. I love this, as it helps centre you on the day and brings the focus back to what’s important. Each other.

The rest of the day flowed organically, and just as the sun was dipping – we ducked out for some glorious panoramas of the Adelaide Hills.

I know I’ve said it before, but for some reason shooting in the hills feels just like home, and the wonderful team at marybank estate treat you like family.

Enough from me now – time to see for yourself.

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Adelaide CBD Wedding, St.Francis Xavier Church

Neil and Ivar met in Sydney. Both highly motivated and ridiculously good looking, their passion to live a fulfilled life is only rivalled with their passion for each other. Having met on a popular dating app, their first foray into this type of dating, was also their last. Who would have thought that they would be so compatible? Needless to say, they hit it off straight away, and the rest, as they say, is history.

During their wedding planning consultation, it was important for them to honour their Catholic roots, and their parents traditions. Getting married at St.Francis Xavier Church, one of Adelaide’s oldest and most beautiful churches, was a classy nod to their heritage. Getting together their nearest and dearest from Adelaide and Sydney was their main focus, and to ensure everyone got along and had a great time.

It was such a hoot for me to hang with these guys, not only did I know Ivar from when we were little (our parents were quite good friends) I also thoroughly enjoyed hanging with Neil and his brothers and cousins.

The reception was filled with lot’s of love and good old Filipino party favourites. It’s a very family and musical culture, one of the main staples of a filipino household was to sing karaoke at parties and events. Needless to say there were some EPIC voices in this group, including the bride herself and the maid of honour Massy.

The grim weather was not a deterrent, as we sought shelter at the beautiful, art deco interior of the Mayfair Hotel – and the best espresso martini in town. I have to say it’s one of my favourite indoor locations to shoot – the light in the Hennessy bar is just gloriously cinematic.

Once we had a break in the weather, it was time to kick it into the reception and the gang bust out some old school rob dance floor moves – culminating in Neil’s signature move, the “otso – otso” the filipino dance that took over the filipino world globally in the early noughties (for those of you who have no idea what the heck this is – click here *warning, NSFW* haha!)

On a personal note, thanks Neil and Ivar for sharing your day with me and having the best time – I had an absolute blast and I hope you enjoy your photos for the rest of your lives.

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