Ruffles and tulle and swirly dresses, isn’t this what every little girl imagines her wedding dress to be?   Princess for a day.  The Cinderella fairytale kind of princess, of course, not the kind prominent in more contemporary stories.

Well at Rebecca and Robert’s wedding, I felt like I was photographing a princess, a sophisticated modern day princess.    Brad from Darb created a dress for Rebecca straight out of a fairytale.  She looked breathtaking.    I couldn’t help also catching some shots of Rebecca’s flowergirls living the dream.  Twirling and swirling in their fairytale dresses.

Not to be outdone, Robert scrubbed up pretty well himself.   Here’s a man that oozes style, and just a little casual nonchalance.  How good do they look together?   Thanks guys for being a photographer’s dream.

Their fairytale wedding took place at St Stephen’s Cathedral, with reception at the stunning Stamford Plaza and it was, simply, beautiful.   Tears and laughter flowed.   Lots of tears – happy tears.  Makes me smile just thinking of it.

There were lots of happy memories made that night.  Many of them were captured “In the Booth” . If you haven’t hired a photo booth, you don’t know what you’re missing.   Should have got my own pic taken!

Rebecca and Robert, you truly are the most wonderful people, and thank you for sharing your spectacular and very personal wedding, with me.   May the special memories you share be endless.

Wedding guests are welcome to click on the link to view Rebecca & Robert’s sneak peek slideshow.

Wedding guests are welcome to view all images on the online gallery.

(Slideshow and gallery are password protected. Please contact Rebecca & Robert for access).

4 Responses

  1. Beautiful photographs. Great light and super location. Very well composed, specially the one with the leading stairs that go up.

  2. The whole wedding preparations is definitely a dream for everyone. I can see the happiness in the eyes of the couples. I wish them all happiness in their future.

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