Ann and Enrico – Wolfies on the Rocks – 26 JAN 2017
Wedding photographer in Sydney
I was referred to Ann and Enrico by previous clients, and I’m sure glad I was. Ann and Enrico’s wedding was perfectly planned and we managed to produce some great images. The weather was perfect for wedding photography and the whole day went off without a hitch.
Both Ann and Enrico got ready at their parents house. Enrico had all 3 of his brothers as his groomsmen and Ann and her sister and her best friends as her bridesmaids. I allowed 45 minutes for groom preparation and approx 90 minutes for bridal preparation which is usually the perfect amount of time to capture everything needed. They both arrived to the ceremony courtesy of Kombi Weddings.
Both Ann and Enrico met at Oakhill College in Castle Hill and therefore were married at the onsite chapel. This particular chapel conducts limited weddings per year and is only open to past students. Oakhill College was perhaps one of the best chapels/churches I have photographed as it was bright and open. It also allowed me to use bounce flash which adds a different dimension to the photos.
I managed to get a big group photo before it started to rain so we went inside for family photos. We then headed to Mrs Macquarie Chair. Although I have been a Wedding photographer in Sydney for over 7 years, I had never had the opportunity to shoot at Mrs Macquarie Chair. I thought it was a fantastic location and highly recommend it now to clients. We spent around 60 minutes here and then headed to The Rocks for some more wedding photos.
We managed to get to the reception around 20 minutes before Ann and Enrico made their entrance so they could have a rest. I always recommend to my brides and grooms to have a rest before entering the reception as having your photo taken can be physically and mentally tough. Their reception was held at Wolfies on the Rocks which I have shot a numerous times. Ann and Enrico had an excellent time with their family and friends and I feel privileged to have captured their big day.