Over the weekend I had the pleasure of capturing the beautiful wedding day of Adam and Debbie at the Ipswich Railway Workshop Museum. We started out the day with the boys at Adam’s parents home. The boys were super organised with all their details out and ready to go. With Adam’s Mum and Dad looking on, excited to be part of the day.
Then it was off to the girls for their preparation photographs at Adam & Debbie’s home. It was a beautiful old Queenslander which had the most gorgeous veranda. Debbie was looking beautiful with Signature Creations creating her beautiful hair and makeup and her gorgeous gown from Luv Bridal. The dress was complimented by the girls in their baby blue gowns and the stunning flowers by Toni Duff.
How sweet is the horseshoe above – It is 70 years old, it was the one Debbie’s Grandma was given on her wedding day. It was Debbie’s something old.
Just love the personalised gifts from Debbie to her parents. They were both so touched by the sentiment.
And we just had to have some photos with Nelly and her beautiful boy tie. Debbie’s furbaby. She was a little camera shy, but was happy to come out for photos with Mum.
Then it was time to head to the ceremony. The ceremony, photos and reception were all held at the beautiful Ipswich Railway Workshop Museum. The ceremony was next to the big old steam train with the lovely Lyn Robinson creating a beautiful ceremony. Highlights of the ceremony included a reading by Debbie’s sister Sharon and a beautiful poem written by Adam’s Mum. After some heartfelt emotional vows, the exchanging of rings, they were pronounced husband and wife.
I just love this little series of images below… it was just after they signed the register and it was as if they were the only two people standing their enjoying the fact that they were married!
As Adam is a train lover, we just had to do the group photo in front of the old steam train… and yes I saw that boys!!!
Then it was off around the Museum and surrounds for bridal party portraits while the guests enjoyed canapés under the fig tree.We wandered through the museum capturing some beautiful photos with the train before we headed outside for sunset.
The photos below are something a little different… GD came along to the wedding to film beautiful wedding video and we also captured some cool little 360 planet photos. How cool do they look??
Then after sunset it was time to head inside to capture the reception details and the entrance before we headed off for the night.
Thank you both so much for inviting us to be part of your wedding day. It was such a beautiful day! A massive thanks to Sam and GD for coming along as well. We had so much fun!
Enjoy your sneaky peek and I can’t wait to show you the rest!