Khin and Damien's wedding was a true and emotional celebration of love. Despite years of planning, last minute changes were made to comply with the early restrictions put out by the Government. I was so grateful they decided to go through with the ceremony and for allowing me to be a part of it because it was such a beautiful and perfect day. Just between me and you... intimate weddings are my favourite! We had a more relaxed timeline as we didn't have a reception to rush to. It was a sunny day and the sea mist rolled in just in time for the bridal shoot. It was... indescribable - Just see for yourself! The light in Mollymook that day was one of the most glorious light that I've ever photographed in and the sun filtering through the trees made my heart sing.

The whole day was so beautifully executed from a timely getting ready session spent chatting and laughing with both families, buttoning up the dress outside (which I highly recommend to all my brides and grooms where possible), a first look with the father of the bride all the way till their arrival in the Kombi van to their beautiful seaside location in Narrawallee beach. Everything unfolded perfectly and I started tearing up as Khin was walked down the aisle by her dad (mainly due to Damien's touching response) and by the end, I was discreetly but definitely ugly crying along with other guests to their sweet and very personal vows.

We were very fortunate with having the time to visit a few locations for the bridal portraits and to take advantage of the beautiful autumn light. I am so happy with how these images turned out and it was great to work alongside Noah, the videographer from Momento Collective!

The day would not have been possible without the hard work and love that was put in by each of these wedding vendors. Thank you so much for making my first visit to Mollymook a pleasant one and I hope to work with you all again in the near future!

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