When Sabina contacted me to photograph her wedding, I was so delighted. She’d explained that her wedding was not only the second wedding in the family (her sister got married the week before), but it had been 8 years since her family were all together in the same country. See, Sabina and Brendan live in Dublin, while her sister and parents are in Melbourne. So for this, and many other reasons, their wedding was going to be a pretty special day and I for one felt privileged to capture it for them.
Melbourne certainly didn’t disappoint and put on a glorious day. Sabina and Brendan arrived on the ferry which docked at Gem Pier in Williamstown – what a way to make an entrance! They graciously stepped off the ferry, and with the sun shining off Sabina’s dress, it was an entrance fit for a stunning bride.
We then headed to the Anchorage Restaurant in Williamstown where the ceremony and dinner took place. Such a beautiful location with the view of the city in the background, The Anchorage was perfect in that it created the platform for what was a very sweet, loving ceremony. Surrounded by their close friends and family, this intimate wedding was something that will be remembered by those near and far.
Did I mention they were from Dublin??!! So it was fitting that they chose to be married on St Patrick’s Day. Bringing with them a taste of home, they raised a glass and celebrated with a couple of green cocktails.
Here a just a few of my fav’s from the day.