Summer of 2013-14

January 15, 2014 by Deb Curtis

Welcome to 2014 – and Happy New Year to you all. I have had a reasonably busy , but very enjoyable Christmas and New Year. I have had several weddings to photograph, as well as taking photos for Adelaide United Football Club, which is always exciting.

Back in November my youngest daughter, Megan, married Joshua Scott,  it was a beautiful wedding held in Cabra Chapel, and the reception was a great celebration held at The Lane Vineyard, everyone danced and we all had so much fun. Megan wore a beautiful very soft tulle dress in ivory with rhinstones around the waist, the bridemaids looked gorgeous in soft musky pink knee length dress also with rhinstones.  Megan’s and the bridesmaid’s flowers were absolutely stunning, and the flowers on the tables were amazing, thanks to Sam from Fabulous Functions. Being the mother of the bride, I couldn’t also be the photographer, so just had to settle with taking a few snaps at home – so I’m looking forward to seeing her pics from her photographer Daniel Kalisz.

The first wedding in December I photographed was at Howard Vineyard at Nairne, between Helen and Troy, and although the bride was running “slightly” late, the day was perfect, the weather was wonderful, and everyone appeared to be thoroughly enjoying themselves. Being a tall bride Helen’s dress suited her to a tee, and her bridemaid’s looked so stunning in summery yellow gowns.

The second wedding for December was straight after Christmas, between a beautiful couple Adam and Jen, who have been together for 12 years, and have 2 lovely daughters, who were also part of the wedding party.  Jen looked amazing in a Maggie Sottero dress with equally stunning Jimmy Choo shoes. Jen’s 3 bridesmaids wore fabulous black cocktail dresses. We visited several locations for photos which included Adelaide Uni cloisters where they met, The Adelaide Botanic Gardens, always a great spot for photos and then outside and inside the National Wine Centre where their wedding was held.

 

 


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