Last November I had the great pleasure of photographing Katie and Stuart’s wedding. They had booked me in some time ago, and it was another wedding that felt like a long time coming. Katie and Stuart are two of the sweetest, loveliest and most genuine people you will meet. They are the perfect epitome of yin and yang; they’ve truly found one another’s best friend in the other. Their warm, happy glow (smiles never leaving their faces!) was something really beautiful to behold.
It was my first wedding at St Peters Cathedral, an Adelaide wedding icon. It was especially personal, because Katie and Stuart were once vergers there (they now live overseas) and the minister was Katie’s maths teacher at high school! This made it extra personal. On the topic of having photographed in the Cathedral, I would like to thank Amy, my wonderful assistant and Deb Saunders, a lovely photographer friend, for being my trusty second and third shooters! (I had considered cloning myself to be up on the balcony…but unfortunately it wasn’t to be!)
The day was full of fun and joy and all the beautiful things that create a truly special wedding. I had the warm fuzzies all day and would like to send a big thank you to Katie and Stuart – I’m so happy to have been chosen to photograph your wedding, and I hope you enjoy your photos as much as I enjoyed capturing them!
We started with Katie getting ready in North Adelaide (with a morning wedding ceremony happening in the courtyard, too!) Everyone was abuzz with excitement…