BINNS WEDDING

31 MARCH 2018

Marc and Melissa are people after my own heart! We had only been chatting over email for a few months as they now live in Australia and were planning a wedding from the other side of the globe. We only officially met the week before the big day to run over a few things. When they told me that they’ll be walking into the reception to AC/DC’s – Thunder Struck…. I knew this was going to be one to remember! Mr and Mrs Binns celebrated their wedding at Maroupi with their closest friends and family.

Leading up to the wedding day, the flu had crept in and hit me like a bus! I’m not one to get sick and could count on one hand the times I’ve been sick in the last 10 years. This couldn’t have been worse timing for me! Drugged up to the max, on a bit of a buzz and with the help of my assistant keeping me hydrated… I pushed through. There’s one thing that really stood out to me from the Binns wedding… and it’s how much joy there was! I’m not just saying that to be super cheesy, seriously there was non stop laughter and I have the photos to prove it.

Marc and Mel, you guys are just epic and I had the best time celebrating with you! I hope you laugh with each other like you did on your wedding day, for many years to come! Thank you for choosing me.

SUPPLIERS
Venue: Maroupi
Hair & Makeup: Volenti – Nixon Hair and Makeup
DJ: Allan McCabe – DJ Worx
Décor & Flowers : Kerry’s Décor and Flowers
Stationary: Lauren Gillon – Laurielee Designs
Brides Dress: Tuscany Bridal (Australia)
Groom’s Suit: Suit Yourself
Cake: Bron Celine
Minister: John Wright

Created by Angie VDH | May 28, 2018 | Albums, Portfolio Related, WEDDING
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Angie VDH

Ang started her photography journey in 2012 when she was handed a camera to take some social snaps at a function and was hooked from then! Photography was something that had been in her life from a young age, with her great aunt being a member of the PSSA. Ang spent a few months with her aunt where she developed her skills and practiced photography as a hobby. After gaining some confidence she decided that this was definitely a path she wanted to take as a career and started investing in her camera gear and short courses whenever she could. In 2014 she took a leap of faith and photographed her first wedding and has never looked back since. Her photography business has slowly started to gain momentum and everything she does, she does with love.

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