Megan and Hunter

Ceremony: St. Paul’s Anglican Church, Shellharbour
Portraits: Killalea Regional Park
Reception: City Beach Function Centre

The chemistry between Megan and Hunter was nothing short of amazing.

The day started off with capturing prep both for the Groom and the Bride, with the bride having a tear-jerking first look with her father, followed by an emotional gift giving from Megan to both of her parents.

These two lovebirds were wed in a stunningly moving Church ceremony at the gorgeous St Pauls Anglican Church in Shellharbour. The white walls inside the Church ensured the Ceremony was filled with light and we were able to see the beaming faces of Megan and Hunter as they smiled at each other, full of nerves.

We were blessed with a stunning sunset at the scenic Killalea Regional Park (then called the State Park). It was a bit breezy and absolutely freezing there so the majority of the time spent between shots was rugged up in blankets kindly provided by the limo driver. When it got dark and we lost the light, we had a quick sneaky photo session inside the Novotel Northbeach towards The Pantry, on the beach side of the hotel.

The City Beach reception was spectacular. The newly erected light-wall behind the bridal table was a stunning feature that sparkled behind the details and decorations. It created an awesome backdrop for the formailities, including a choreographed First-Dance, and then another surprise choreographed Father-Daughter dance!

We finished off coverage with a colourful take on the classic back-lit silhouette shot and the couple went back in to dance the night away with their friends and family.

Published by Chloe Ianni

I am a Wollongong based photographer who specializes in small weddings and on-location portraits.