A fun, fun wedding!
Mollymook Golf Club Weddings
Meeting a bunch of people who are just intent on having fun makes my job so much more enjoyable! Dayna & Aaron were such awesome couple that they are obviously surrounded with equally, fun loving bunch of friends. As Dayna said, “Best Bride Tribe ever!”
I had to travel to the beautiful Mollymook, in the South Coast of NSW, about three hours drive from Sydney to capture Dayna & Aaron’s wedding. From the bridal preparation – it was smiles and Champagne all around…
As for the groom and the groomsmen, they were looking pretty stylish in their attire…
Aaron and Dayna’s beautiful ceremony was held at Mollymook Golf Club with the expanse of the ocean in the background. The wedding reception was also celebrated at the same venue.
After the ceremony, the bridal party and the couple took some time out to do some location shoot around the golf course. Some of the photographs were pretty hilarious! Such as this one. No groom was hurt after this photograph was taken!
And some romantic couple portraits of Dayna & Aaron in south coast’s beautiful, natural settings.
But mostly filled with laughter and showing everyone just having a great time (it’s hard not to with Dayna & Arron and their friends)!
Love the rainbow coloured caps!
The wedding table settings were decorated with one of my favourite flowers , (and what the bride chose for her and her bridesmaids’ bouquet), the frangipani. Very appropriate to beachside theme and reminiscent of the beautiful tropics! And did you know that in Feng Shui frangipanis are associated with LOVE? While in modern Polynesian culture, the frangipani can be worn by women to indicate their relationship status – over the right ear if seeking a relationship, and over the left if taken.
The party continued through the night with everyone letting their hair down at the dance floor. Thanks to the musical talent of solo guitarist and vocalist, Johnny Spitz. He set the floor on fire!
This little boy knows his moves!
WE LOOK FORWARD TO HEARING ABOUT YOUR WEDDING!