On Valentine’s Day 2015, Saissan sent Yee Wing a dozen roses and a card that said “This is gonna be a big year for us!” And it sure was! Saissan proposed in New Zealand by Lake Tekapo on Easter Sunday. Then, while commuting between Port Macquarie and Sydney, they planned two weddings to honor both their cultures. They had a Hindu wedding at the Sydney Murugan Temple as well as a civil ceremony, Chinese tea ceremony and reception at Intercontinental Hotel, Double Bay on the 10 year anniversary of their first date. They will be moving to New Zealand for a year to continue on their adventures, now as husband and wife.
Michael and Mal met in Australia hours before Michael’s flight was departing back to USA. They had such a deep connection that Michael so much wanted to cancel his flight but he just couldn’t. So they took a single picture together and he flew home. They talked non stop via Skype, Facetime, Whatsapp. etc. Michael changed his holiday’s in Maui to fly back to Sydney to spend quality time with Mal. They will then decide how to progress with the relationship.
Good luck guys, wishing you all the best. Hope this month will bring you closer.
It was really great to finally meet Georgina and Pat who flew to Sydney for their engagement session. This was their first time in Sydney, so I was not only their photographer, but also a city guide. Thank you for the great times and I am looking forward to document your Melbourne wedding this March
“Milan met Aleks back December 2012, for him it was love at first sight. Little to Aleks’s knowledge Milan had planned a way to get to her heart. Slowly but surely a beautiful friendship turned into a great love. Eager to make her his, Milan had proposed at the place of their first kiss with a stunning sapphire ring one year after their meeting. One happy Sunday in October they married at the St.Stefan Serbian Orthodox Church witnessed by their most beloved. Here are some moments captured in time for years to come…”
Sandie & Andrew met just over 3 years ago in Kirribilli. Instantly best mates, often referred to as “joined at the hip”, Andrew proposed on their one year anniversary at Hyams Beach on the South Coast. Two years later Newcastle wedding happened! Ceremony was at St Joseph’s which was very sentimental for Sandie. This is the church where her mother and father were married, her siblings attended school and her grandfather’s ashes are kept. She was over the moon when Andrew agreed to have a “Newy” wedding and looking over Newcastle beach for their reception at Noah’s on the Beach was spectacular. They couldn’t have been happier to be surrounded by all their family and friends, and what a great party they had! (Some very interesting dance moves emerged throughout the night). Now, they live in Sydney, looking forward to their Fiji Honey Moon in December and many many more adventures together.
Wedding coordinator – Amy Lamond from Merriment Weddings
Flowers – Flowers by Lorey
Reception Decorations – Exotic Lily
Wedding Shoes – Jimmy Choo
Weddingg Dress – Pronovias from Fashions by Farina
Make Up – Little Fox Make Up Artistry (Emily Onikul)
Hair – Cassandra Weller
Cake – One Seed Patisseries
Here is another absolutely lovely couple. Yee Wing and Saissan are getting married in December and their wedding will spread over two different days in honour of two different traditions. Their Indian wedding will be at Sydney Murugan Temple and Chinese western ceremony at Bradleys Head Amphitheatre, followed by reception at Intercontinental Hotel Double Bay.
My best to you both and I look forward to shooting your wedding.
This lovely couple met when they were just teenagers. They worked in a restaurant for a few years before Dave came to his senses and asked her out. It only took another 8 years travelling the world and buying a house together for Dave to eventually get down on one knee.
All the best guys