Bec and Mark’s wedding was set in beautiful Strontian Park on the banks of the Clarence River. With rolling thunder in the background, it only added to the summer vibe.
They chose to share their commitment to each other in front of a small gathering of their closest family and friends.
Bec made her big entrance in a classic Thunderbird, and as she pulled up she looked every bit the radiant bride.
It’s customary not to upstage the bride, but this beautiful flower girl did a good job of stealing the spotlight.
Bec and Mark said their vows surrounded by beautiful tall gum trees and dusky pink flowers. As they looked into each other’s eyes you could see that this was a moment that they’d never forget.
As the ceremony concluded, you could see the groom couldn’t wait for a ride in the classic car with his beautiful new bride.
Marriage is a journey, one that this couple intend to travel in style.
Watching Bec and Mark spend some time together it was beautiful to witness their love for one another. Every detail of the day was perfect. I wish them every bit of happiness.
As a Grafton wedding photographer, I was touched that I got to experience and share in this day. Similarly if you are looking for a wedding photographer that wants to capture the individuality and love that you have then I could be the photographer you are looking for.
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