Steve and Laura were married on the 7th June 2008. Rain in the morning cleared to an overcast afternoon with a wonderful sunset; absolutely perfect.

In the week before the wedding, Laura and Steve finalized the wedding day pans with me and we discussed the style of images they would like. Classic and elegant with some fun thrown in.

Laura and her bridesmaids prepared at her parents home while Steve and the boys relaxed at their inner city apartment, nothing too stressful.

Laura looked absolutely stunning in a Wendy Makin design dress. Preparations complete, it was off to All Saints Wickham Terrace for the Ceremony.

Steve and the boys were immaculate in their suits, some stylish images of the boys before guests started to arrive and greet Steve and pass on best wishes.

Laura arrived with her parents in a 1940’s Rolls Royce; a very elegant vehicle. Down with the veil and now time for the ceremony. All Saints is one of my favorite Churches, it is dark inside but the images we get are stunning. I have been photographing weddings at All Saints for nearly 15 years and it remains one of my favorite churches, there is a real sense of occasion there.

A wonderful ceremony and it was time to relax and celebrate lots of hugs with friends and family outside the church before heading off for some photos.

Our photos had a Girls and the City (bit like that movie on show at the moment!) theme before we went to the University of Queensland for some time together as a bridal party. Guys we have to shape up as Steve has set the bar to a very high standard. While alone in the car being chauffeur driven to the photo location, Steve presented Laura with another diamond ring… sorry girls, Steve is definitely taken.

A laugh, a drink and some fun images before we headed off to the reception at the Terrace Room, Indooroopilly Golf Club. As we arrived, the sun was just starting to peak out behind some dark clouds and this is where I took the sunset image you see here. Laura was so excited, the weather request we had pout in days earlier had been granted lock stock and barrel. I love it when a plan comes together.

The staff of the Indooroopilly Golf Club looked after Steve and Laura and their guests throughout the evening, a great night was had by all.

All of us a Reyment Photographics wish Steve and Laura all the best for their future together, these are lovely people, if you know them; you will know what I mean. We look forward to Laura and Steve joining us in the Reyment Photographics studio soon to view their images and relive their wedding day.