It is funny how you can grow up in a city and never know how many amazing little treasures it can hold. Lion Gate Lodge is one of those treasures – a heritage building tucked away in a corner of the Botanic Gardens in the city. It is a lovely intimate setting for smaller weddings and was perfect for Tori and Rod’s family wedding. Although we probably experienced the most humid day in history, the day was absolutely amazing with heartfelt vows and very emotional speeches. I think the speech from Rod’s daughter may have stolen the show with loads of laughs and happy tears! Please enjoy having a look at their celebrations!

Bride’s dress by Marry Me Bridal / Flowers: Mr Cook / Hair by Barney Martin / Bride’s shoes: Nine West / Celebrant: Catherine Stewart / Venue : Lion Gate Lodge, Royal Botanic Gardens / Bridesmaids’ dresses : Exclusively Bridesmaids / Stationery: Lava Stationery / Cake: Plated Catering

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I have found a new favourite place to photograph in Sydney! Thank you to Megan and Andrew for suggesting Ballast Point Park in Birchgrove. The park is modern with heritage elements and overlooks Sydney Harbour. Andrew loves working on tug boats and the park overlooks where these tug boats run so it was a perfect choice for their portraits before the wedding day. The day started off very cloudy and we were worried we weren’t going to see any sun but as it rose behind the clouds we saw an amazing orange colour in the sky. I actually had to reduce the vibrance on these photos as the sunrise was THAT colourful!! It was so beautiful :). Megan and Andrew brought along their beloved Monty who kept us occupied with ball throwing and gazing at her cute head tilting for the camera! It was a great morning and I look forward to Megan and Andrew’s wedding on the wharves and Cockatoo Island next month!

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A little bit of romance, a little bit of fun and a lot of love would probably sum up Amy and Ronnie’s gorgeous day. They made their vows in the Ryde church Ronnie grew up in and then headed to Oatlands House for some photos and the party! I even encouraged Ronnie to bust out his ‘sleazy nightclub’ dance moves to get his bride laughing. He certainly succeeded!! I think all the guests would agree that the speeches were the highlight of the night – so many laughs but also lots of heartfelt words. Congrats Amy and Ronnie, you are loved by so many and I wish you all the best for a very happy future together with Amy’s cats ;)

Bride’s dress by Brides in Love / Flowers: Fay at Terrey Hills Flower Markets / Hair and Make-up Artist: Helen Cornish / Bride’s shoes: Mimosa / Minister: Fr Paul Monkerud / Venue : St Charles Borromeo, Ryde & Oatlands House, Oatlands / Groom’s suit: MJ Bale / Groomsmen’s suits: Peppers Formal Hire / Bridesmaids’ dresses : Tulle & Chantilly / Stationery: The Distillery / Cake: Exquisite Cakes

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