Greek dancing, plate smashing, beautiful churches, Sydney harbour, a forest, this Centennial Homestead wedding had it all!

Firstly, I’ve got to say how incredible St Marks Anglican Church at Darling Point is, where Louise and Erik had their wedding ceremony. It’s far and away one of the most beautiful churches I’ve photographed in to date; with it’s tall sandstone structure housing an enormous vaulted ceiling atop of giant arches looking onto stained glass windows and dare I say it, which is a rarity in a lot of churches, with pretty good light for photographing a wedding!

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It was my first Centennial Homestead wedding and the prospect of photos in Centennial Park, Sydney had me pretty excited. There are an overwhelming number of cool spots for portraits around the park and I was keen as mustard to explore! It was a picture perfect day with not a cloud in the sky and so when we arrived at Pine Grove woodlands for photos, the sun had perfectly positioned itself and was beaming through the trees making for the perfect backdrop.

The energy of the reception was through the roof. Friends and family all joined in outside for greek dancing and before I knew it, I found myself right in the line of fire of exploding crockery not knowing where to stand. It was a lot of fun!

If you’re looking for a Sydney Wedding Photographer, I’d love the opportunity to capture one of the most important moments in your life, your commitment to your best mate in front of your closest friends and family in a natural, relaxed and timeless way, for you to you to look back on with all of the love tears and laughter you shared on the day for generations to come.