Alana and Alan wedding photography blog

Alana and Alan wedding photography blog

Alana & Alan’s wedding was just lovely. We started the day with Alan and his best man Nathan at Alan & Alana’s home, the boys were very calm about their wedding photography, they had a great pool table and as Alan is a keen player we had to incorporate that into a few photos – the bond between these 2 guys was a strong one.

Alana was getting ready at her parent’s home – along with many other family members – but amidst the chaos and rushing around Alana remained calm – just happy that today was her wedding. Alana’s best friend Chantelle made sure Alana had everything she wanted.

They were married in the small school chapel of Perth College in Mt Lawley – just loved this cute little chapel and the light was awesome. Any church with an upstairs balcony is a bonus for photography as we’re able to get a slightly different perspective on things.

After some photos in the grounds of Perth College we headed to Hillarys Marina for some more photos – as great to see people who didn’t even know the happy couple congratulating them – just because they could.

The reception was held at Marmion Angling & Aquatic Club right on the beach – we arrived there just in time to grab some beautiful sunset shots. The room looked lovely and the staff were great. Alana’s mum found a ‘chimney sweep’ to make a special appearance at the reception, apparently it is an old English tradition, the chimney sweep presents gifts to the newly married couple to ensure they have food, health and happiness for their future together.

During the speeches the couple announced they were to be blessed with another baby in 2011 – a sibling for their son Bailey – their family and guests were so happy for them.

We had a fun fun day guys and wish you many years of health & happiness – thank you again for allowing us the honour to be there on your special day – here are a few of our favourite photographs from your wedding photography, hope you like them…

 

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