I was chatting with a bride and groom planning their wedding the other day and explaining that their wedding album would be hand made by my album manufacturer in Brisbane. “Hand made here? You’re kidding?” was their response.
These days with so much local manufacturing disappearing, I’m really proud that my manufacturer is based in Brisbane not far from my Gallery and Lounge in Coorparoo. I especially love that the albums I supply my clients have been carefully hand made by a team dedicated to delivering such a wonderful product.
These images capture take you behind the scenes at Photomounts and Albums to show you some of the processes used to make my clients wedding albums. I can’t share with you everything, some processes are top secret.
Tony & Gordana’s wedding album was inspired by the red and dark tones of their restaurant Ristorante Tartufo at Emporium. Emma and Dan’s beach wedding album was inspired by a sandy beach and included fabric from Emma’s wedding dress.
As you can see, production is very hands on with human involvement everywhere as our unique one off creations are put together.
A big congratulations to Michael, Ioanna and all the team at Photomounts and Albums, you guys rock and I’m proud to have you as my album manufacturer.
Tania and Justin’s wedding day was a day of celebration with family and friends. Their love story began in their school days in Adelaide so when choosing a venue for their their wedding ceremony, returning to Adelaide and their old school chapel became the sentimental choice.
And so it was. Tania, Justin, family and friends were reunited in Adelaide for what was a fabulous wedding day. My camera and I flew in from Brisbane the day before and attended the rehearsal the night before and captured some “we’re getting married tomorrow and we’re not nervous” images.
Adelaide is a beautiful city, so many leafy trees and old world charm, fabulous wine too! Justin and his groomsmen were preparing at his parent’s home. Tania and her bridesmaids was not too far away getting ready at her mum’s place. Time to head to the wedding ceremony at The Pembroke School Chapel. The moments before the ceremony are always exciting, there was lots of laughter and hugs for Justin as he waited for Tania to arrive.
Wow, seeing Tania walk dow the aisle was amazing. Their ceremony was beautiful, you could feel how much everyone in their old school chapel loved them.
Leaving the chapel, Tania and Justin received heaps of hugs from everyone, the time to celebrate had arrived!
It was an honour to travel to Adelaide to photograph Tania and Justin’s wedding day for them. We had met when they lived in Brisbane just around the corner from my Gallery and Lounge in Coorparoo. I photographed their engagement portrait for them.
The images here from their wedding ceremony are only one part of Tania and Justin’s wedding story, more to follow with the location photographs, tea ceremony and wedding reception.
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