Wendy and Paul were married in the lovely little Old Tea Pavillion in Kings Park. A lovely old building with views looking out over the Swan River and the Perth CBD.
Surrounded by their loved ones and friends, Wendy arrived in a very cool limousine. After walking the red carpet to her beau they exchanged their vows side by side. A beautiful inclusion in their wedding that I hadn’t seen before was the “Blending of the Sands”, which is the mixing of 2 vials of different coloured sands, into a glass vase with their names and wedding date on it. This symbolised the combination of them and their families together as one, as each grain of sand is now mixed and it can’t be separated! Such a beautiful sentiment!
Another beautiful thing that they included, was on Wendy’s bridal bouquet she had a photograph of a missing and loved family member who was no longer with us. Having such a precious token of remembrance is a beautiful idea.
Following their ceremony and some drinks and wedding cake in the pavilion to celebrate we did some bridal portraits around the grounds of Kings Park with the stunning CBD and the fig trees and their roots as backdrops. What a lovely afternoon!
Thank you both for having me capture your special day, all of the best wishes in the world to you! <3
Location: Kings Park, Perth Western Australia
Venue: Kings Park Old Tea Pavillion