*Here is the second in my series of catch up wedding posts from late last year. Another wedding that was so beautiful I just have to show it here.
Pam and Matt are a gorgeous couple who were married in Bendigo on October 4th 2008 in a beautiful ceremony at the Forrest Street Uniting Church, with a reception held that evening at Hunter House. Pam and her bridesmaids got ready in one of the suites at Hunter House.
The girls admiring the gorgeous wedding gown, just before getting Pam dressed.
I love the serene look on Pam’s face, as her sister helps her with her jewellry. She is so elegant, and very beautiful!
A few giggles while putting on the garter.
Pam and her bridesmaids are simply glowing. What a beautiful group of ladies. I love the musk pink dresses and their peaches and cream skin tones contrasting with the blue walls in this room. It really is a beautiful setting.
Pam is a vision of elegance standing in the doorway to the balcony.
The man of the moment… Matt.
Matt with his best man and groomsmen.
The guys were very keen to have a quick game of French cricket in the back yard… a somewhat novel way of settling the nerves! I love it when I am able to capture moments like this on a wedding day. This is what these guys normally love to do whenever they get together, so why should this day be different? They’re just don’t normally do it in suits!
Ha ha ha ha…. hilarious! I LOVE it.
Pam with her father, ready to walk down the ailse.
The wedding ceremony. This beautiful old church, Forrest Street Uniting, has a fantastic balcony that runs all the way around the top. My second shooter Sue took this great image from up on the balcony.
Another fantastic image from the balcony by my assistant, Sue. An amazing perspective on Pam and Matt’s exit.
Very. cool. dudes.
Yeah… they can dance. Well sort of. They can kick their legs and laugh a lot anyway.
This is a brilliant old laneway next to the Capital Theatre in Bendigo.
Two beautiful people in very beautiful light.
Newly married, and so in love. I think Pam’s face says it all!
Really, it can’t be easy running in a dress like that. I can’t say that I’ve ever tried it, yet I often ask my couple to run for me. Oh well… it’s such a great shot, with movement and natural fun expressions. Yep, I’ll keep on asking.
The whole gang, standing in historical View Street.
I like to mix things up a bit, and include some varied locations. With the sun sinking lower, we moved on to a lovely grassy, treed area for some romantic images of Pam and Matt.
Back to Hunter House, with a little time left before the reception started. I climbed the railing and stood out on the roof to capture this image.
Back in the room that Pam started the day in.
This is favourite image of the day. It says worlds about how these two lovely people feel about one another.
It was such a beautiful day, and Pam, Matt and all of their bridal party were great fun to be around. I feel very lucky to have been part of their special celebration. It’s an easy task to take beautiful, romantic images of a couple who look at each other the way these two people do.