Laura & Zoe

aldinga beach . south australia

I met Laura years ago when she was sharing a beautiful Adelaide suburbs cottage with an old friend of mine.

I remember thinking she had such an amazing zest for life and sense of fun and was a total guru in the kitchen. 

I didn't meet Zoe until the actual wedding day but I had heard so much about her and seen how she lovingly supported Laura through her battle with breast cancer. And then how Laura lovingly supported Zoe throughout her pregnancy with their beautiful little girl Adalita. So I was totally stoked when this amazing couple asked me to be the one to capture their wedding day.

Not to mention I was over the moon to shoot my first ever same sex wedding.

Laura and Zoe were two of the lucky ones who's wedding was timed just before the Covid-19 restrictions came into place.

They tied the knot on a perfect Autumn day at a wonderful venue over looking stunning Sellicks Beach.

 

Catering by the incredible Staazi & Co (I can personally vouch for the deliciousness of their vegan yiros)

Bar by The Speakeasy Hotel (a totally awesome retro caravan run by three sisters who know what's up)

Flowers by The Turquoise Rose

Celebrant, the lovely Cherie from Dream Love Ceremonies

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"Thank you so much for capturing our wedding day in such a beautiful way. Looking at the photos now reminds us of the fun we had and all of the special little details that we would have forgotten if you hadn’t been so attentive. Your authentic and natural style is exactly what we wanted so we were so happy to see that translate through our photos. Thank you for being such an important part of our special day"

- Laura & Groves

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