Amanda and Craig’s Wedding

Here is the lovely wedding of Amanda and Craig at the Heritage Village.

Wedding Details

Celebrant: Chris Stewart
Bridal Preperation: The Denison Hotel
Flowers/buttons: Lilybuds
Makeup: Creative Faces
Hair: Studio Pedro
Wedding Dress provided by: Bridal Reflections
Wedding Dress by: Bella Donna
Wedding and Reception: The Heritage Village

From the outset,  Amanda and Craig had organised this wedding to be something special and different, starting with these very cool wedding bouquets and lapels – yes made with buttons.


We started and ended the wedding day at the Denison Hotel

Right from the beginning  Craig’s daughter E was a part of this wedding.

As with all well laid plans, something gets delayed at a wedding.  But for a very relaxed bride, we just took advantage of the delay and had a stint at a pub, were we posed for a the pokey bride shot.

Before the wedding started, Amanda’s grandmother passed on something old.

The wedding was held at the Hertiage village.  E was an important part of the wedding, including getting her own wedding ring.

After the wedding there was a small reception for the guests, which included a special daddy daughter dance organised by E, I just wished my little girl Acacia was with me to join in.


After the wedding we did some photography around the Heritage Village.


This is one of my favourites of the day.

The Heritage Village has many great locations for wedding photography.

After the Heritage Village we traveled by Limo to the Rockhampton Courthouse, we shared an um … cordial

This is my favourite shot of the day, and I think my best grooms men photo ever.

After the courthouse we headed back to the Denison Hotel to take advantage of the last of the light

Thanks guys for giving me the privilege to be a part of your day, hope you had a great honeymoon.


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