Everyone could tell that they were so madly in love. Bradley even admitted that he was emotional and almost shed a tear when he first saw Frances walking down the aisle in the chapel.
Frances and Bradley are some of the most brilliant minds that came out of Perth. They have chosen London to be their home and to pursue their dreams and careers. They returned to Perth to be married in the mist of their families and friends.
Frances and Brad, thank you for asking us to document your wedding and sharing such a wonderful day with us. You two are such beautiful people are we wish you all the success in your careers in London.
Not all marriages are made in heaven, but it’s hard not to think so when your wedding is greeted by a day that could well be what it’s like. It was one of those when Cassandra and Leon got married. Sunny, warm, with a bit of a breeze, but not too much, with bees buzzing peacefully around the fountain in St George’s College, where the ceremony was held. A perfect summer’s day. A perfect wedding day.
Their ceremony was held in the beautiful chapel at the St George’s College ground. Bridal portraits were taken at both the college ground and University of Western Australia (UWA)across the road. The entire bridal party was up to the challenges we gave them as we filled the afternoon shoot with lots of laughters and fun.
A quick trip to the iconic Matilda Bay Boatshed for some photos was done before we headed down to Red Herring Restaurant in East Fremantle for the reception.
The evening was completed when Cassy and Leon performed their magnificent bridal waltz to the tune of “Let’s Stay Together” by Al Green. There were lots of “wows” and “oohs” as the newly wed couple put up some stunning dance moves and the guests were treated to a superbly choreographed routine.
Here are some of the highlights of their day…
Ceremony: St George’s College
Reception: Red Herring Restaurant
Cassy and Leon, thank you for choosing us to document your special day.