And it’s here that Soph was getting ready. I met Jess, the fabulous videographer from Wilde Visual here.
Then the girls helped her into her amazing dress by Bo & Luca.
For anyone who knows the girls, you know who this is. And if you don’t you can check out his Instagram feed.
Amazing floral art, not just bouquets but all over the reception by Bower Botanicals.
Cara’s sister Sophie helped her into her stunning dress by Jennifer Gifford Designs.
Celebrant Cara of Modern Love Ceremonies was just gorgeous. Although she did slip a few times and say “marriage” and “married” which, as she reminded us, she’s not allowed to say.
The speeches were funny, and so full of love and support that I think everyone was crying. I had to be passed a tissue while I was trying to shoot.
Now, I can’t tell you what is happening in next 3 images. It’s some “Adelaide thing” apparently. For some reason, whenever “Eagle Rock” comes on, everyone from Adelaide drops their pants to dance. Yep, I know… haven’t been there myself…
***Editor’s note – 2 hours after posting, I have been corrected, it’s not an “Adelaide thing” it’s a “Coolangatta thing”. Sorry Adelaide – you’re all good.
Now usually when there is an archway of guest’s arms for the couple to walk down, it’s all very civilised and lovely and nice. This was like getting through a rugby scrum with the All Blacks. But imagine 170 All Blacks, so the scrum is about 25 metres long. They almost didn’t make it.
It was an absolutely amazing wedding for two very beautiful women. xx