Patricia had contacted me earlier this year and we set up a meeting to talk about her and Darrens big day. I new that I wanted to shoot their wedding as soon as I met them. You see they are super nice, straight up and just beautiful people. Darren was a little quiet on the night with Patricia asking most of the questions and we developed a friendship straight away, I was particularly taken by Rocky their dog. I drove away wondering if they’d book me, smiling and just feeling glad that I had met them, shortly after I left I received a lovely text message to confirm that they wanted me. I was so happy. We met up again for an engagement shoot in August. This is when Darren came out of his shell and explained to me quite seriously that he’d been a Super-Hand Model, I laughed. His face stayed straight. I gulped, then he laughed. What a goose I was. Anyway it broke the ice and we had an amazing morning, shooting some pictures and drinking coffee in the winter sun.
The wedding day arrived really quickly and I new it would be a cracker. Patricia looked amazing. Her parents are simply divine. Infact her whole family were. Actually I remember thinking that I’d never met anyone with such amazing looking friends, all of them were stunning. The venue at Old Government House in Brisbane is a cracking place to get married, small intimate and cosy.
I ‘d like to say thank you to Patricia and Darren for inviting me into their life and for the special memories I have from the day. The best moment was when Patricia walked down the isle and Darren caught sight of her for the first time, his tears filled everyones eyes. What a moment.
So without further delay here are a few from their very special day.