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Pete and Megan were married in front of family and close friends at East Point, Darwin, Northern Territory, during the Dry Season. Such a gorgeous young couple (they really were model material), I was able to capture an abundance of beautiful old building and beach/sunset photos for them as they allowed plenty of time in their schedule for just the two of them to undertake a newlyweds photography session with me between the wedding and the reception. I was also fortunate to have plenty of time to capture pre-wedding photos of Megan, including some bridal lingerie photos to surprise Pete with.
Once the sun had set, we headed to their reception at Tracy Village. They made the most of the cool dry season air, holding the recption outdoors on the lawns.
John and Maria were married on the beach in front of the Trailer Boat Club in Darwin in an intimate ceremony with family and close friends. The setting was lovely - the tide was high and so the waves lapped gently just behind the bride and groom as they said their vows. The looming clouds earlier in the day that threatened rain had cleared and the beautiful blue sky created a lovely contrast against the sand and sea.
After signing their wedding certificate and finilasing formalities, I whipped John and Maria off to East Point for sunset wedding photos (as it was fast approaching). East Point cliffs are certainly a popular location with my brides and grooms for their wedding photography!
As the afterglow coloured the sky, we made our way back to the Trailer Boat Club to join the guests. After a buffet dinner, the couple cut the wedding cake (and what a stunning cake it was) and then had their first dance. Other guests soon joined in on the dance floor as the live band played Greek music. It was a pleasure to watch and capture the Greek dancing and everyone having so much fun!
Mark and Vicki had a very private small wedding down on the lawns in front of the casino with just very close family and friends attending. Vicki and Mark arrived in style, much to the surprise of their guests, in a helicopter! Just as well they arrived together, there was a mishap with the pastor who arrived an hour later. Vicki and Mark handled the delay with grace and calmness; we just took the majority of their wedding photos prior to the ceremony instead! The sunset that evening was magical; nothing like a tropical stormy sky!
Chris and Sarah were married at the Ski Club in Darwin, Nothern Territory. Both got ready at adjoinging hotels in Parap which meant it was very easy to go between the two locations and capture plenty of pre-wedding images. Sarah and her bridesmaids were a stunning group, and their matching shirts (even Sarah's little girl had one!) made for great pre-wedding photos. In true Darwin style, the groom and groomsmen wore suits - with thongs!!
After the wedding ceremony, we headed in to the old courthouse in Darwin city for photos followed by beach photos at Cullen Bay for the sunset.Then it was time to head back to the Ski Club for the reception and more fun and frivolity.
Matt and Bianca were married in St Mary's Cathedral Darwin in front of close family and firends. The Cathedral's stained glass windows provided a beautiful backdrop for the couple saying their vows. Father Dan kept everyone entertained during the ceremony with his animated facial expressions and frank and funny anecdotes. Wedding photos were taken at the old courthouse in Darwin city. The reception was held at Marrara Golf Links. Group photos became fun photos as the night went on and the drinks kicked in! Was a great evening for fun and frivolity and lovely to see a young family so happy together!
After a whirlwind romance, Sami and Mitchell were married at C3 Church in Malak, Darwin NT, and what a beautiful ceremony it was. Sami sang a love song to Mitchell as she walked down the aisle. I don't think there was a dry eye in the house. Such a beautiful moment to witness. Over 200 people packed the church and I've never seen so many people line up to hug the bride afterwards - a true testament to her beautiful warm nature.
After the ceremony and formalities were over, the bridal party let their hair down with a fun filled wedding party photo session at the Jingili Watergardens. This was followed by a private session by the wedding couple with their gorgeous little dog, Phoebe.
The night was spent at their reception at the Nightcliff Sports Club. Enchanted Moments had the place looking gorgeous with tulle and ribbons, fairy lights and more! After the speeches, cake cutting and first dance were out of the way, the bridal party and guests boogied the night away on the dancefloor!
Peter and Odessa got married at East Point, Darwin Northern Territory, on a beautiful dry season afternoon. Their ceremony was intimate, with just close family and friends attending. Their newlyweds wedding photography was taken down on the beach to fulfill Odessa's dreams of having beachside sunset photos of her wedding day. After sunet, the couple headed to their reception in the northern suburbs of Darwin. I had lots of fun with this couple capturing a some serious then lots of fun wedding images!
After getting ready at the Argus Apartments in Darwin city, Jordan and Kristy were married on board the Charles Darwin Catamaran out in the Darwin Harbour. Surrounded by family and friends, the pair said "I do" just before sunset, then quickly ducked up to the top deck for sunset photos together and with family members.
Lachlan and Jasmin held a surprise wedding in Darwin. Guests arrived thinking they were attending an engagement party only to learn that it was in fact a wedding! Their beautiful, intimate wedding was held at The Venue, at Fannie Bay, Darwin Northern Territory. Photos were captured pre-wedding at the Vibe Hotel at Darwin's Waterfront, at East Point with the wedding car, and then at Vestey's Beach for their main wedding photography session.
Their wedding was particularly poignant as the couple had a stillborn son a few months prior. Gone but not forgotten, photos of him were included in the pre-wedding photo session, along with photos of Lochy's father who had passed away recently too. There were teary moments whilst capturing these extra precious photos, but such a beautiful way to honour and include them.
Darrell and Penny wanted an intimate, no fuss, backyard wedding. Planned quickly to coincide with parents' visiting Darwin, I was asked to capture their wedding photography for them in a short 1 hr session. Their garden provided a lovely tropical backdrop for their ceremony, although in true Darwin style, their wheelie bin featured in the background of some due to where they had to stand to grab at shade. The lovely Lauren Evans was the celebrant. Whilst simple, it was a lovely wedding, surrounded by close family and friends. Although my wedding packages commence at 3 hours coverage, I am happy to tailor packages to meet small, intimate weddings.