Wedding of Katie & Paul – 30th January 2010

Our location for this beautiful wedding was on the headland reserve overlooking Charlesworth Bay Beach. Our celebrant for this special occasion was Ken Palmer =)

What a day, it looked like at any moment we could have had rain but what a blessing that it decided to hold off for the entire wedding. It wasn’t until I was on my way home that it started to rain.

Katie and Paul both work at the Jetty Foreshores Cafe in Coffs Harbour and it was always going to be a funky and fun wedding day. I felt very honoured when I was asked if I could shoot their wedding. Guys I just want to say I had such a blast and thought Katie you looked absolutely stunning. I love your dress and look forward to our Trash The Dress shoot when your back from your honeymoon =) Yes it is almost a shame to think of such a thing, but it will be worth the final result =) =)

Paul’s mum painted this picture so we decided to use it for a very unconventional ring shot.

Paul had a very sentimental watch with him on the big day, I think it was his grandfathers… Please correct me Paul if I am wrong =)

What a gorgeous bride… One of my favourite shots

Classy shot

I love the detail in this dress

The girls just loved their champagne… or do we call it sparkling wine these days =)

I love the natural textures in this shot…

Have a great honeymoon and I look forward to catching up with you guys very soon =) If you feel like leaving a comment about the photos then please feel free =)

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  • allyse glover (bridesmaid) - hi scott,
    The photos turned out beautiful!!!! i want to see all of them now!! you did a great job, i know that katie and paulie will love them very much. Thanks again for making their big day very special.
    Allyse =)ReplyCancel

  • Dianne Barry(mother of the bride) - Hi Scott, thankyou you so much, the photos so far are beautiful, very creative. What a fun photographer you are, you have a gift for making people relaxed, I look forward to seeing the rest of the photosReplyCancel

  • Natalie Blackshaw - Wow! These photos are absolutely stunning. Of course you had such a gorgeous bride to help with making the pics so stunning, but wow! So many lovely shots already… What a fantastic jobReplyCancel

  • DD - Scott

    What can I say, Mate the photo’s turned out awesome…. great job

    Cheers DaveReplyCancel

  • Leonnie Leslie - Hi Scott,
    Wow!! you’re certainly in the right job!.
    Hugely successful photo’s of my gorgeous god daughter Katie, her lovely new husband Paulie and wedding party.
    You obviously make people feel very comfortable and natural to get the smiles you caught on camera.
    Well Done..ReplyCancel

  • Machele Barry - Hi Scott,

    What an awesome job you have done with my beautiful neice and her husband.
    Can’t tell you how proud of her I am and how happy I am for her to found a wonderful man like Paulie.
    Wish you were based in Melbourne as I have friends who are planning weddings and I would highly recommend you as the photographer with flare who helps make the day the success it should be like Katies and Paulies.
    Thanks heaps for getting these on your blog so quickly I was dying to see them.

    Regards
    MacheleReplyCancel

    • scott - Thanks for the praise Machele =) We actually travel anywhere in Australia and overseas for weddings. That’s the beauty of our job and thats why I love it, because its always different =)ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Hancox (Aunty Jenny) - What fabulous photos Scott. You brought out the natural beauty of my beautiful neice and her handsome husband Paul superbly. Your sense of humour and good nature shone through on the day and it shows in your beautiful photos. Can’t wait to see the rest of your fantastic work.ReplyCancel

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