We love the Northern Beaches of Sydney and it’s not an area we often visit, so when we get the occasional wedding there, it’s always such a novelty going there. Reminds us of the Central Coast but just a little bit more fancy! And what a spot Whale Beach is – such a beautiful part of the world. We started off the day with the boys getting ready. And being Italian, of course Tyrone was surrounded by A LOT of family which of course added to the excitement of the day ahead. After a full family portrait sesson, we made our way over to girls who were having a great time getting ready for the day. Surrounded by her bridesmaids and mother, Stephanie looked stunning and we were ready to make our way over to the church in Avalon Beach. As Stephanie walked down the aisle with her mother, we could see Tyrone holding back the tears and it was just such a special service that was enjoyed by all of their most loved family and friends. After lots of hugs and kisses, we didn’t have a lot of time to stop for family photos and we drove over to Whale Beach to get in a few quick shots of the newly weds. We didn’t have long before we had to make our way back to Moby Dicks where guests were waiting for the party to start. And the party well and truly got underway with the arrivals of our bride and groom. Everyone was ready to hit the dance floor, luckily for us we caught a small break in between formalities and the dancefloor and snuck the couple out for a few quick snaps whilst we had some beautifully balanced light at Moby Dicks Whale Beach. However, it wasn’t long before guests noticed their absence and joined in the photos, which worked out well considering we bolted right after the ceremony before leaving for Whale Beach NSW. The rest of the night was enjoyed by all on the dance floor, enjoying great wine and company at Moby Dicks Whale Beach, and by night’s end, the sparklers created a beautiful send-off for Steph and Tyrone at Moby Dicks Whale Beach. What a perfect day!
Reception Venue: Moby Dicks Whale Beach