Jen and Ben just got back from their honeymoon, and Jen told us that the wedding seemed like a dream. It was indeed a dreamy day! This is one of our favourite photos from their ceremony, and I think it really captures the mood. But I’m getting ahead of myself—sorry, I was just too excited not to share this photo first!
Observatory Hill is such a perfect spot for a wedding. It’s one of those places that not everyone in Sydney has heard of. I lived in Sydney for a few years before I heard of this special spot hidden high up on a hill in The Rocks. I’ve encountered several taxi drivers who had no idea where it was. It’s a nice little secret park, and the view is killer. There had been worry of some possible rain, and grey clouds loomed in the morning. But by mid-afternoon all the clouds had evaporated and there was nothing but glorious blue sky! The guests enjoyed the stunning view over the Rocks, the harbour and the bridge.
Jen’s father looked so happy for her as they walked down the aisle.
Their ceremony was beautiful and heartfelt. Renee of Ceremonies Your Way did a beautiful job.
And they were married!
Then out came the bubbles, and of course the bubbly, perfect conclusions to a sunny ceremony!
After the ceremony, we headed down the hill to The Rocks for some bridal party portraits.
I love these shots on the back side of the Glenmore Hotel!
We couldn’t resist a few fun ones here!
This jacaranda tree and all its fallen blossoms matched the wedding colours! Perfect!
We crossed the bridge and arrived at McMahon’s Point, on Lavender Bay. These were taken just steps from the reception venue, the amazing Sails Restaurant! We let the guests settle in while we took some time to bask in the golden afternoon light.
I love these last few of just the two of them.