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Wedding of Lauren & Mick at Our Lady of Graces, Carina

28 Apr 2010, Posted by Nigel in Weddings

After months and months of planning, Lauren and Mick’s big day was finally here on Saturday 17 April.

We first met the happy couple mid last year and following a change of plans due to venue issues, Mick contacted us to advise that they were considering having their reception and location pics at Seaworld. We thought that would be a fantastic spot and could not wait to photograph their wedding.

The big day started out with some shots of Mick and the boys getting ready at Mick’s parent’s house in Wishart. After a few games of pool, it was time to get ready and then head outside to take some shots of the boys with Mick’s beloved race car. We even managed to do a “Stig” impersonation – which was hilarious.

After we’d spent plenty of time mucking about with the boys, we headed over to meet up with Lauren and her bridesmaids. Lauren was super excited when we arrived and the nerves certainly started to set in once Lauren was in that beautiful dress. Once the lovely ladies were all ready, it was time for us to head over to the church to get a few more images of Mick while he was patiently waiting for his gorgeous bride to arrive.

The ceremony was held at the Our Lady of Graces in Carina and once the vows had been exchanged, there were congratulations all round.

Following the family photos, we headed off to meet with the lovely Heidi at Seaworld to commence the location photos. The first stop at Seaworld was to have photos taken in Dolphin Cove and we have to say, the Dolphins were absolutely gorgeous. The Dolphin shots were an unreal experience.

We truly enjoyed spending the day with Lauren, Mick and their bridal party and we were well entertained in the booth with the funny poses for pics and great moves on the dance floor :)

We’d like to again thank Lauren and Mick for allowing us to capture their wedding day and we wish them all the happiness for their future together.

Enjoy the sneak peak below!

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