This has to be my favourite photo of the whole day. Such a tender moment as the bride is helped out of the wedding car by her father. Location – Rainforest Retreat, Murray Bridge
It was a bit of effort to get onto the railway lines at Murray Bridge, but the photos made it all worth it. Location – Railway Station, Murray Bridge, off Railway Terrace.
I love a good group shot to give the bride and groom lasting memories from a day that goes so fast! Location – Rainforest Retreat, Murray Bridge
The grooms men play around as they wait for the bride and her bridesmaids to get organised. So manly! Location – Railway Station, Murray Bridge, off Railway Terrace.
A special pop of colour from a parasol brought back on the newlywed’s recent adventure in Burma gives these old rail carriages a new lease on life. Location – Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge
What a lovely bridal party! Location – Sturt Reserve Murray Bridge.
The groom’s one job for the wedding was to organise the bridal cars! He pulled it off with class with a Jaguar and Rolls Royce transporting the bridal party around Murray Bridge in style!
Special mention has to go to best man Steve for his speech. It was hands down the best speech I’ve ever heard a best man make, there were tears, laughter and just the right amount of funny! Location – Ramblers Football Clubrooms, Murray Bridge.
Goofy grins were the order of the day for Ally & Tom, as the pair could not contain their glee at reaching their wedding day. I struggled to photograph the bride on her walk down the aisle and she admitted she was walking fast as she just wanted to get to Tom! The ceremony was held in the beautiful gardens of Rainforest Retreat in Murray Bridge and we timed our photoshoot to avoid freight trains, but include the railway tracks for some photos with a bit of old-world charm. Sturt Reserve in Murray Bridge and of course the bridges also featured on the day. The reception was held at the Ramblers Football Clubrooms and Emcee Grant McAvaney, who is a cousin to the bride, put on a performance not to be forgotten!