This is the simplest, shortest wedding I’ve had the privilege of attending and shooting.
Arron and Erin had decided only weeks before to marry in Sydney and elected to keep things quite low key.
Arron works for the RAAF and is serving at Williamtown, Newcastle, having previously been at Adelaide for many years.
That meant the family and friends were all interstaters arriving in town to celebrate with Arron and Erin and their lovely little son.
For those interested in the details, and just how little time it takes to organise a wedding, Erin arranged the day before for her hair to be done, and the morning of, for make-up at David Jones (“The World’s Most Beautiful Store”).
I met the wedding party (of about 18 or so) at Kings Street Wharf in town. We boarded a ferry and headed across to Luna Park.
That gave me opportunity to get some different shots on the ferry and walking up beside Luna Park.
Their ceremony was then at the foot of the Harbour Bridge.
After the ceremony they strolled back to the ferry and headed to the King Street Wharf restaurant precinct for celebrations.
The honeymoon was Fiji. I think it would have made a very warm and pleasant change from the wedding day they were given in Sydney. We’d had beautiful weather in the days before, with quite a touch of warmth, but it was bitterly cold, wet-ish and windy.
Yet I look at the images and only see the warmth and happiness of love.
Thanks for looking. If you’re taking the plunge into marriage and would love beautiful photo’s then contact Sarah or myself,