Jenni and Arno
Dreamlife Photos and Videos (Sydney) couldn’t have asked for a better August day to shoot Jenni and Arno’s wedding photography. The lovely couple were such a joy to work with and the weather seemed to be on our side. In fact, the blue skies were almost too much to resist!
Dreamlife met up with bride and groom separately in order to capture a few photos before the ceremony. Arno and his groomsmen were nothing but laughs as they put on their uniforms while checking out the amazing view of Sydney. We really loved the photo of Arno as his groomsmen jokingly pulled at his suspenders.
The attitude in the bride’s dressing area was quite serene as family and friends helped Jenni put the final touches on her attire. We loved seeing all of the smiles in the room which helped transform the candid photography into elegant bridal photos. Dreamlife was particularly keen on the photos of the mother of the bride as she secured her corsage, as well as the photo of the bride being kissed by her amazing parents.
As the ceremony neared we left for Shark Island where the couple had planned out an extraordinary outdoor service. As guests began to arrive on the ferry we took our cue to capture some incredible shots of everyone laughing and carrying on before the ceremony. However, when the bride and her father began to approach everyone seemed in awe of the bride’s beauty. There were many striking moments to capture during the ceremony, but we especially loved the wedding photography of bride and groom exchanging rings as well as the couple signing their wedding certificate.
Once the service was finished we gathered up the guests and took a slow motion photo of the group together. We loved seeing the couple stand out as the motion of the guests blurred in the background. Of course, this was only the beginning of the wedding photography! As the sun began to set we managed to capture bride and groom posing on the beautiful rocks Shark Island had to offer. Our favorite is the panoramic picture that reveals the Sydney shoreline and the couple snuggled on a rock.
Although we were having a lot of fun, it was time to wrap it up and head to reception which was hosted by Glass Island. This venue really pulled out all of the bells and whistles with its décor and the view of the Sydney Opera House’s fireworks made the location even more desirable. Throughout the night Dreamlife made sure to capture many candid photos. Between the face painting and speeches there was a lot to capture. However, nothing made the night as unique as the guests singing a special song to man and wife!