Given that I have a ton of weddings to blog, I hereby dub today ‘Wedding Wednesday’, and we’ll see how many weeks I can keep it up for.
Now that we’ve just tipped over into summer (although you wouldn’t know it at the moment), here’s Julia and Joel’s wedding from the very end of winter.
We kicked off the day at The Art House in Newcastle East, where Julia and her family were getting ready. The ceremony was held at St Columba’s Church at Adamstown. From there, we had photos in at good old Newcastle Baths, but this time there was a bit of difference; it was the one week of the year that they empty them out to clean them. So the lads and I hopped down into the sand and we got a little different perspective.
From there, it was up the hill to Fort Scratchley, where we had a little walking tour of the grounds for our photos. It’s a spectacular spot with so much variety. Then the reception was just across the bridge back in the hall. We did duck out briefly during the reception to try something new; a long exposure night shot with Jules and Joel in it. I was really happy with them, but they have to be seen BIG to see all the stars and the moon.
Since they’ve had their photos for quite a long time now and we don’t yet have up a section on the website for this, I have this testimonial from them to share with you:
Josh and Giuls, you are an amazing team. Your fantastic website was what attracted us in the first place, proved to be just the tip of the iceberg. From our first meeting at your lovely home, to our engagement session, wedding day and beyond we have been so impressed with every aspect of ‘living light photography’. The passion and professionalism you two have for your work is inspiring, and really helped us to just relax and enjoy our day. We couldn’t be happier with the photos of both our e session and wedding. So many compliments from friends and family. The best bit is that you really captured the feel of the day. We look back at the photos and the excitement and joy of our ceremony and reception comes flooding back in an instant! We recommend you unreservedly to anyone who wants beautiful photos to commemorate beautiful times. Thanks again, Joel and Jules
And that, dear readers, is why I love this job. Thanks Jules and Joel, you’ve been an absolute pleasure to work with.
Hope you enjoy the photos…