Ipswich Wedding Photography | Nick & Kym

Nick & Kym | Wedding | UQ Ipswich & Darling St Chapel | 1st November 2014

On Saturday I had the pleasure of photographing the beautiful wedding of Nick and Kym. It was a bit of a warm one out at Ipswich, but the weather was beautiful. We started the day off at the boys. The boys were lots of fun to photograph. The two groomsmen were great at paying out Nick and getting him to laugh. Then it was off to the girls where things were a little more hectic (as they usually are). So many gorgeous details to photograph and Abbey, the gorgeous flower girl was super cute in helping her Mum get ready. Kym looked absolutely gorgeous in her beautiful gown. Then it was off to City Hope Church out at Ripley where the ceremony was taking place. A beautiful ceremony was held (where I saw one of my high school teachers – hello Miss McKenna!) where Nick and Kym became husband and wife. Then after an afternoon tea with their guests, it was was time for a group photo and family photos before we headed off for bridal portraits. We photographed a couple of gorgeous portraits in the grounds of the church before we headed up to the beautiful UQ Ipswich campus for a few more. I love photographing at UQ. There is such diversity within the grounds. Abbey was certainly the star of the photos after not really wanting to be in many prior to UQ. She even wanted to be my assistant, grabbing my camera and taking photos as I was working. I can’t wait to share a couple of photos that my second shooter Kyle took, they are just too cute. Maybe a little photographer in the making. Before long, it was time to head back to the reception which was held at Darling St Chapel where Kym and Nick celebrated into the night with their closest friends and family.

Thank you so much for inviting me to photograph your wedding day. It was a gorgeous day filled with lots of love and laughter. A big thank you to Kyle for coming out with me and I can’t wait to show you the rest of the photos. Enjoy your sneak peek!


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