Zora and Will were married at the Linton and Kay Gallery in Perth on what was promising to be a dreary day. We watched as the rain poured down outside Zora's parents house where she was getting ready and all crossed our fingers and toes that we would get some sunny portrait time later in the day.
With another amazing gown by the wonderful Katie at Loui Col Designs, bouquets by Natural Art Flowers by Rebecca Grace, Badgley Mischka heels and divine make up by the talented Em at Milla Makeup, Zora looked incredible.
I ran from the Convention Centre carpark to the gallery sheltering the gear under the brolly as the rain pelted down almost sideways and shoes full of water, ran up to the gallery steps. I think many guests had the same issue, but once inside we all warmed up :) What a lovely and unique place to hold a ceremony!
The entire day had been organised by the amazing Jenn and Chloe from The Original Wedding Company and because of that the day flowed smoothly and looked beautiful. After the ceremony, guests enjoyed drinks and canapés in the gallery while we managed to get our sunshine just outside on the Terrace for bridal party portraits!
Zora's parents had donated their house for the reception and their backyard had been transformed into a beautiful restaurant, complete with floating floors over the pool. It was intimate and gorgeously styled. Beaumonde catering did a wonderful job not only with delicious food, but also the service was impeccable. I was so very impressed.
Thank you to my sidekick Anna for her creativity as my second shooter once again; as we left the dancing was in full swing and it looked like a great party ahead. Congrats Zora and Will; it was a fun and fabulous day to be a part of!