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Nicolle + Clint

While writing this blog I am feeding my dog Davie treats. Why you might ask? Well he is the catalyst behind this post. It was because of his quirks and barking at the neighbours kid using our fence as a soccer goal that lead me to meet Sue a wonderful and talented woman with excellent taste from Bark Busters. She came to our home and helped train Davie not to bark at the neighbours kid. After all of five minutes we seemed to have that sorted so spent the rest of the time teaching the pup some tricks and chatting. It must have come up that I was a photographer because a few months later there was an email from Clint and Nicole asking to meet with me. Sue, Clint’s mum , suggested that they check out my site as she thought I might be a good match for their wedding photographer. She is such a wise woman as not only did she cure Davie from barking at the kid next door but connected me with one of the most amazing couples.

Which brings me to this blog post from March where sun soak days filled our skies and summer was starting to fade. Mine and Lochie’s cheeks were hurting by the end of the day from smiling and laughing so much. It felt like we were at a friends wedding and enjoying every moment. From a little basket ball in the morning to dancing the night away this wedding was a blast. But nothing topped the love that these teenage sweethearts who met at pizza hut share and the generosity they have towards their friends and family. Being part of your day was truly special and we adored every minute. So as Davie sits here in a food coma from all his treats I think the moral of this story is listen to your mum cos she knows best!

Hope you enjoy this wedding.

Carly xoxo

Leanne + Adam {sneak peek}

In keeping with Leanne’s wedding speech I though I would do 10 things I loved about Leanne and Adam’s wedding.

1. A bride that just beamed the whole day and who I felt was a dear friend by the end of it.

2. The wall paper in Leanne’s parents Laundry and all the other 70’s features that were so fun to photograph.

3. Great ‘moves’ from the groomsmen. It kept me laughing all day

4. Kids with camera’s. There were so many little ones running around with a camera in their hand snapping away. I love seeing children getting creative and just quietly Michael has a very good eye.

5. Stoney Leanne and Adam’s dog.

6. Golf carts…. I seriously love them!

7. Royal Adelaide Gold Course. Great staff, service and so many places to photograph. Recommend them to anyone looking for a fun and picturesque venue.

8. Cubbies, Cars, Pirate ships and all things Kiddie

9. A smile booth that was hilarious… Seriously check out the photo and tag yourself on facebook.

10. A couple who has such a gorgeous and genuine love for one another.

I could also put in there Thermomix sales, amazing moves on the dance floor, friendly banter between Ali and John, Ford cars (i drive a Kia Rio so clearly I am not  to much of a car person but this one and the story behind it was great), the adorable flower girl Lucy and great vegetarian food from the Chef at RAGC but I said I would keep it to ten so I will leave you by saying I loved this wedding and love the photos.

Hope you enjoy,


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