Wedding of Kim & Marc – 3rd October 2009

It will go down in my history books as the longest booking ever. 2 and 1/2 years ago I got the confirmation that we would be the photographers for Kim and Marc’s wedding. They then headed overseas for 18 months to enjoy some traveling…. Lucky little things =)

But the only thing we had to worry about was the wind. The location for the ceremony was on the beach in front of Annuka Beach Resort. Such a beautiful setting. Kim looked amazing and Marc well I wouldn’t say stunning but definitely sharp =) It was a really great time shooting after the ceremony as we stayed on location at Annuka and then headed in for the reception that was held at the Breakers room.

Kim & Marc enjoy your honeymoon and we will see you in the future.

I love this bouquet…

This shot has so much detail, it was great to be able capture the details of this wedding.

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  • Sheila - Scott, These are wonderful photos, and you made the day such fun and truly memorable. Your enthusiasm and obvious love of your work is magic, and makes even an unwilling subject like me enjoy the experience. Thank you for such fantastic photos and helping make the day for all the family such a wonderful time. SheilaReplyCancel

  • Kim & Marc - Hi Scott – Marc and I have just returned home and our first priority was to have a look at your blog like you suggested and we have to tell you we absolutely love the photos and are so impressed with the way they have turned out; we can’t wait to see the rest of them! Thank you so much for everything you have done for us both on the day as as well as leading up to it – we were both very relaxed and enjoyed every moment – it was a truly memorable day for us and you have seem to have captured every moment so beautifully and accurately. Best wishes for the future for you and Skye and who knows maybe a litte down the track we may get you to do some family portraits 🙂 Luv Kim & MarcReplyCancel

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