One of our favourite Weddings of 2014! As I woke up by the sweet melodies of birds, the day of Tessa and Ben’s wedding had finally come. I knew I had to capture the moment and make it second to none. Just looking at their eyes you could tell how they had awaited this special day. […]
CHURCH: ST JOHN’S ANGLICAN PARISH
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY: MELBOURNE WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER WILL CHAO
As I woke up by the sweet melodies of birds, the day of Tessa and Ben’s wedding had finally come. I knew I had to capture the moment and make it second to none. Just looking at their eyes you could tell how they had awaited this special day. As we arrived at their respective homes, the bride and groom had dressed very elegantly and they both looked amazing. I couldn’t waste any more time, and I took my camera to capture such a special moments in their lives.
We later left to St John’s Anglican Parish where the groom and his father Peter Mitchell awaited patiently for the bride to come. Sooner rather than later the bride was seen matching elegantly towards the altar in the company of his father. The bride looked so beautiful, and I wondered how the groom was so lucky to behold such beauty. As the couple exchanged their vows I couldn’t help but see how happy they were. The way they smiled at each other and holding hands gave me more pleasure and motivation to continue shooting. Then the moment came where they had to exchange a passionate kiss, I was so keen to ensure I captured that moment.
When the church ceremony was over we left to Whispering Vines Café Sorrento. The bright flames of the sun made the bride look even more beautiful and elegant than ever. Her dress looked so serene and complemented the ambience the best way you can imagine. The bride couldn’t hide the joy she had as they drank a glass of champagne. As the day was nearing to an end, we captured the bride, the groom and the bridal party matching so happily in the same line. As they hold each other’s hands and kissed, I could see the happy moment and the bright future awaiting them ahead.
Photographed in conjunction with Clarte Photo