Nicole and Dan’s wedding, Part 2

I have finally got some of the photos together from Nicole and Dan’s wedding., I hope you like them.  The wedding was photographed with Kellie Blinco from Gladstone.

I photographed this while Nicole helped get a broach on her mum, does she not look stunning.

The flowers were by Every Blooming Thing,  which did a great job.

Nicole is very much into Beatles (the car not the band), she somehow managed to get four of them for the wedding  I just loved the decorations

The arrival at St Josephs Cathedral

The walk down the isle with a very proud dad.  I just love the light near the doorway of churches, you just cannot beat it for photography.

It was a beautiful service in St Josephs Cathedral Rockhampton.  Unfortunately the bright green carpet of St Josephs means that only black and white photography is the only option.  One day when I am wealthy I will donate big bucks to change that carpet so that no bride or wedding photographer has to ever again be assaulted with the glaring emerald green.

Photograph taken near the cathedral door, again I love that light.

There where plenty of celebrations after the wedding, which I hurriedly tried to capture

The photo shoot was at the Kershaw Gardens,  the bridesmaids were stunning

The Kershaw Gardens has some beautiful scenery and reflections.  Also see my previous post on wedding football

Taken at the blue gum forest in Kershaw Gardens, planted for Koala food.

Nicole and Dan had specially made candy for the reception

All in all it was great wedding, and I hope my photography will help Nicole and Dan remember this special day,

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Jylan Wynne - October 28, 2008 - 7:51 am

Very nice photos Geoffrey, I’m sure they’ll be very happy with them. I love how you used the gum trees in the photos, it really makes for a nice composition. Kershaw gardens must be great for weddings!

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