Riche and Anisha are such a fun loving couple who are always smiling and this was certainly true throughout there reception at Miramare Gardens. We especially loved the Cherry Blossom table centerpieces that were so elegantly displayed around the venue. Here are some quick highlights from their reception.
When we met with Dionne and Lindsey to discuss their wedding, they were so excited to share their vision to make their reception truly personlised and unique. The reception was held at The Inglis Newmarket Complex located in Randwick NSW. The ‘Big Barn’ was to become the canvas for Dionne and Lindsey to make there vision a reality. Together with the help of there family and friends, they began cutting wood for table centerpieces, researching floral arrangements, designing place card holders, getting vintage props for the photobooth, printing their pre-wedding photos as table numbers, finding various vintage furniture from away places and so much more.
We especially loved how Dionne and Lindsey had reserved rooms for specific purposes: there was a room for drinks, a room for relaxing, one for a photobooth and even a room for pampering! They even made sure guests were entertained during canapes with various games we all use to play when we were younger. This reception truly had it all when it came to being rustic and personalised. Well done Dionne and Lindsey on all your hard work, it certainly shows in the pictures!
Just before leaving for Fiji to photograph their beautiful wedding, we did a small pre-wedding photoshoot in Sydney. We explored some side streets of Surry Hills then headed our way to Bradley’s’ Head for some lovely sunset shots.
I had an awesome surprise for them at the end of the photoshoot which you will all see soon. Love doing something different for all my couples.
This shoot is just filled with beautiful vibrant colours.
Some teaser pics can be seen below:
Bhavik having a go taking photos of his beautiful fiancé.
So at the end of the shoot I took out some sparklers and also burnt some wool to create the last photo. We had some amazing fun trying to create these two images.
Cant wait to print this on our new metalic prints.