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Assisted By: Ryan Ong
Celebrant: Natasha Hill – Hills Celebrant
Wedding Reception: Tarpeian Lawn – Botanical Gardens
Makeup and Hair: Martha Mok – DMakeupstation
Dinner Reception: L’Aqua – Cocklebay Wharf
When Dennis and Angela contacted me from Hong Kong I thought I’d have to make plans to travel, not so it seemed, as they told me of their plans to be wedded in the land of OZ. Everyone loves Sydney!
Finally the day came, and as we arrived at the brides house the make up artists were already busy at work. Angela, the bride-to-be was looking remarkably relaxed and ushered us around and even offered us breakfast! To date, she has to be the most relaxed bride I’ve shot. And the photos below, are a testament that the secret to the best wedding photos come when the bride and groom are both relaxed! I hope you enjoy just some of the photos of Dennis and Angela’s wedding day! (too many awesome shots of these two to post all of them!)
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This was a bit of a shocker for me too. Its the first time I’ve seen honey and tea served to the best man in this way! and then it was the game of pass the cookies
It was time to change out of the traditional Chinese Qua and into the beautiful flowing white wedding dress. As Martha Mok applied the final touches to her make up, Angela was simply glowing as the light hit her.
The ceremony was at the lawn overlooking two of Sydneys most famous icons, the bridge and the opera house and what backdrop it was. The air was so clear that I could see the people looking like ants on the famous Bridgewalk.
The page boy and flower girl got ready as bride and her bridesmaids queued up for the bridal march. As they walked up the aisle, the page boy flashed what looked like Blue Steel™, or was that Magnum™, or possibly La Tigre™ ?So much so that the flower girl got nervous and was too scared to walk down the aisle. Poor thing!
Bouquet toss time, as the tradition as it that the girl who catches it is the next to wed. Well as it was in the air you could see the interception attempt and as fate would have it. It was knocked off course in midair, pushed into the hands of the fate girl! The look on her face!