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Well, they say its “good luck” if it rains on your wedding day and the lovely Nigel and Trudy are sure to have “good luck” for life following the amount of rain that fell on their special day.  Nigel and Trudy were married in Noosa on Thursday 2 April and had planned to tie the knot at Hidden Grove.  Unfortunately the rain didn’t ease up and a very cool, calm and collected Trudy decided to postpone the ceremony for a few hours and relocate her family and friends to Ricky’s River Bar & Restaurant.  The rain didn’t stop Nigel and…

Click here for your online gallery. Emma and Dan tied the knot at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Woongoolba on the 28th March 2009. Locations photographs were taken from various locations throughout the Jacobs Well area from a quiet little beach to a broken down shack. It made for interesting photos. Once the location photos were done it was time for the party to begin. As we were requested to photograph the wedding reception, I decided to take some studio strobes along and setup a photo booth. It wasn’t long until there was a lineup for photos. Check out some of the…

Your photographs are now online in the client gallery. Anita and Eddie tied the knot at St Peter’s Catholic Church, Rockhampton on the 14th March 2009. With the blue skies and the beautiful stonework of the church, it was a great location for the wedding. Location photographs were taken at the cement strip, Port Curtis and the Gavial Creek bridge, Rockhampton. Both locations gave a great country feel. The reception was held at the stunning Kershaw House. Click here and leave your comments at the bottom of this page. [flickrset id=”72157615975254385″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”]

Sharon and Peter had their wedding ceremony and reception at Zanna’s, Montville. The location shots were taken with a perfect view of the Glasshouse Mountains from rolling green grassy hills. It was the perfect spot for photos, and popular for wedding photographers too as we found out. Here are some photos from the day. Click here and leave your comments at the bottom of this page. [flickrset id=”72157615060116078″ thumbnail=”square” overlay=”true” size=”medium”]