I can’t say how privileged I felt to have another couple of friends asked me to come and photograph their wedding in Australia this month. It was more of a flying stop this time (if you will excuse the pun) and it was hard to get on the plane back home.
The wedding was held on a farm out in the countryside of Western Australia and it was absolutely stunning. Set around vineyards and in the shade of trees around the sun scorched land, it was a relaxed and fun wedding that perfectly fit Adam and Millie’s personalities. I would like to say a big thank you to my good friend Nick Bardsley for helping out as an assistant photographer on the day, he did a sterling job! I won’t go on anymore, I’ll let the photos speak for themselves:
The above shot was the countryside around the wedding location. This was actually taken from the hotel Millie and the bridal party stayed in the night before the wedding. I joined them in the morning to take some shots of them getting ready for the big day.
It was a lively morning, Millie and her sisters all have very bubbly outgoing personalities and it was fun and relaxed.
Meanwhile, Nick was taking shots of the guys getting a wet shave and then prepped for the day:
Because of logistics, I ended up driving Millie and her Dad to the ceremony on the day which was something new for me, another one to add to the resume!
It was a day full of smiles, I don’t think I took many photos where Adam and Millie didn’t have a huge smile on their faces!
There wasn’t actually a first dance scheduled but I managed to get a few shots of them having a little boogie just after the cake cutting.
Here is a little cameo of yours truly in a group shot. The light was so perfect at this time in the evening, the venue looked magical.
At 6 pm it was time to get on the coaches to head back to Perth city for the evening reception. I saw the sunset was looking amazing and managed to sneak them off for 5 minutes for a couple of shots in the vineyards, much to the disgust of the coach drivers!