Samantha and Peter’s Wedding at Deckhouse
This was a Greek wedding with all the trimmings – where do I start!?!?!
Nice cars, scotch drinking, rice showers, scotch drinking, stunning Sydney architecture, scotch drinking, plate smashing, scotch drinking, sparkler tunnels, scotch drinking, water taxi departures…oh and a scotch or two…Chivas baby!
Turning up to the boys, the weather was warming up pretty quick – testament to most of the boys walking around without shirts for the most part of the shoot. We managed a few family friendly shots and headed off to the girls – but not with a couple of sweets from Mum, yummo (cool apron by the way Mum!)
With dresses hung out front and a cloud of hair spray drifting around, we had plenty of giggles as the girls prepared Sam for the ceremony – stunning was a term thrown around a bit. Mum and Dad were all smiles (despite trying to be serious) seeing their little girl all dressed in white and ready to marry Peter.
Off to the church, a wonderful service and with a few winks and nods, they were married. After the permanent embedding of some rice and confetti in the head (awesome) on exiting the church we headed off to Martin Place.
The light was pretty gone bringing in a nice ambiance (and no-one else around) feel to the area where using some of Sydney’s stunning architecture, we captured some sweeping shots of them both.
Dinner was at Deckhouse and did not disappoint the guests. The DJ smashed out an epic set of modern party tracks and more importantly, some traditional Greek favorites. Man I love these parties – something about European weddings elevates the dance floor to another level.
Eventually we had to say goodnight to the couple, seeing them off with a sparkler tunnel all the way to the jetty where they disappeared into the darkness waving from a chartered water taxi – fantastic!
Guys thanks again for sharing such an epic day – cheers, M