Ipswich Wedding Photographer | Graham & Felicia

Over the weekend I had the absolute pleasure of photographing the beautiful wedding day of Graham & Felicia. We started off the day bright and early with the boys getting ready. It was a little cool in the morning, but the day was absolutely perfect. The boys were super calm, collected and excited for the day ahead. Graham looked very swish in his 3 piece navy suit and bow tie as did the two groomsmen. The boys were such a joy to photograph and made it super easy for us to get some great shots. Graham was such a great poser for us and did suave very well.

Then it was off to the girls, where there was a little more happening with hair and makeup still being completed. Felicia was such a relaxed bride which was so lovely. She looked absolutely stunning in her gorgeous lace gown and her beautiful custom made headpiece from Fay really made the entire outfit. The girls looked beautiful in their navy dresses and again beautiful headpieces from Fay. After a surprise visit and some gorgeous photographs, we were off to the church for the ceremony.

After a beautiful traditional church ceremony, Graham and Felicia were announced husband and wife. They were super excited. One thing I can say about these guys is it is so heart warming to see how utterly truly madly deeply in love they are. They have such a beautiful chemistry together that really warms your heart. After a great lunch reception in the church dining hall, we headed off in and around Ipswich for some beautiful bridal party portraits. Again I can not say how wonderful it was to photograph these guys… they are so in love with one another and their bridal party were absolutely awesome – so respectful, enjoyed the process of having photos and helped out where needed.

Thank you again Graham and Felicia for inviting me to be part of your wedding day. It was an absolute privilege and I hope you enjoy your little sneaky peek. Again a big thank you to Mary for being an awesome second shooter.



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