Last month Melanie & Glenn returned to the East Coast to marry, far from their lives in Western Australia but near to all of their loved ones. At the busy, but serene, fishing hamlet of Evans Head on a spring day like no other ……when all the number one’s aligned . The air was thick & heavy with moisture & the sand & scrub just damp enough to be soft under foot.
As people who go to a lot of weddings I have to say that there was a lot of work behind the scenes…..many small things that at first glance may go unnoticed. Down to the beautiful, handwritten sentiments on the bunting hanging around their heads during the ceremony, to the mason jars acting as drinking vessels, each with it’s own personalised stamp to the flowers (!!!!!) & of course …….the shoes ! Ladies !
When you edit a wedding & the majority of the images, particularly those of the bride & groom, are of laughter with eyes & mouths wide open you know you will remember it as a great day. This was one of those days.
?WARNING ? This blog contains graphic images of corsage attaching & the pitfalls of not quite getting the angle of the pin correct…………..read on
What a beautiful day to reflect on & a great community for us to be a part of. As I left the rain was setting in gently but it was not going to bother a single person.The marquee was humming with the warmth of a shared experience.
To both the Hawkins & the Humphries families – thanks for having us & to Mel & Glenn see you both in a couple of weeks. Travel safely & take care of each other xo