Camille & Jamie

Posted by By3bYe_L0g on December 6, 2018 in Couples,Photography

Every bride should feel like a princess on their wedding day, and Camille looked every bit the blushing bride.

Choosing a simple but elegant all-white wedding, Camille and Jamie said their vows with the iconic Byron Bay lighthouse in the background.

Camille and Jamie had a beachy wedding, and as the wind swept through Camille’s veil and the waves rolled in, the atmosphere was truly beautiful. Thank you to Camille and Jamie for letting me share your special day.

The dress!

There’s always time for tender moments. Getting ready for her wedding, Camille took a few moments out with one of her bridesmaids.

The sea air and sound of the waves rolling in the background gave the day a calm and relaxing vibe as Camille and Jamie exchanged rings, vows and smiles.

Sharing their first kiss as husband and wife, Camille and Jamie were a vision of happiness.

Tears were plenty, confetti was thrown and the bride and groom were ready to celebrate!

The bridal party toasted with a champas before heading out to Belongil Beach as the sun began

to set.

Friendships and laughter, there’s nothing more beautiful.

As Camille and Jamie headed to the beach, I was privy to their first bit of alone time as husband and wife. As mother nature was beautifully flowing through Camille’s veil and the sun was setting, we were able to capture the most natural and stunning images that they will treasure for a lifetime.

Walking hand in hand together, it’s easy to see the bond they have.

Tender moments that they can cherish.

The cake was provided by a local cake artisan, ‘Eat Sweet Handmade Cakes’, it was tasteful in every way possible.

As the sunset on their wedding day, they embraced one-another knowing that this was only the start of a beautiful journey.

If you want someone that will capture the essence of your wedding, call me. My name is Sarah and I would love to be a part of your special day, I cover Ballina, Byron Bay, the North Coast, Northern Rivers, Grafton, New England and even Tasmania.