Gladys gets to go on all kinds of adventures to glamorous places with remarkably romantic people. Weddings bring out the best, and sometimes the worst in people. But this wedding was one to die for.
A love story. One like many told. A man meets a woman, they fall in love. They get married. They live happily ever after.
Phillip and Melissa are gorgeous people who had a beautiful wedding, much like a fairytale.
The night before the bridal party stayed peacefully at the Watsons Bay Hotel enjoying a meal together in anticipation of the big day. All the planning was over and the bride could finally enjoy some quiet time with her much loved bridesmaids.
The preparations begun bright and early, with a knock on the door at 6:00am. Much work to do before the ceremony, every task itemised, timed and well thought out. Because a wedding is a once in a lifetime, it’s a moment that’s all theirs, they need to make the most of every minute and take it all in.
Gladys came well prepared, with 10 boxes to boot. For the bride, for the groom and for all the bridal party. They wanted to celebrate this moment and share gifts of thanks, gifts of congratulations this was a very important day. The joining of two families to create their very own. So much love was in the air.
The wedding ceremony held at the beautiful Little Bay Wedding Chapel, in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. The most spectacular stain glass windows witness the nuptials like many that have before.
The bridal party arrived in a vintage Rolls Royce, with all class and style. The groom stood handsomely in a tailored navy suit and the bride walked in a sparkly elegant white dress. Not a hair was out of place, but nerves were in the air as they are about to commit their lives to each other in front of their closest family and friends.
After they’re announced husband and wife they travel to the most beautiful places Sydney has to offer to capture perfect photos of their day. Down by wharfs and lighthouses of the most exclusive shorelines, the sun was shining – but not too hot – allowed an exquisite view.
On arrival to the ornate Dunbar House in Watsons Bay, roses covered the bridal table, the naked cake sat peacefully gleaming too stunning to eat. They cried, sang and heard from family and friends wishing them well, all the luck in the world to keep them together through sickness and in health.
An amazing day for a beautiful couple. Thanks for letting Gladys be part of it. x
Images by Society Photography