Nicole and Paul met at work and have been together for 4 years. He proposed at Opera Bar where they used to secretly meet when they were dating. They got married with all of their loved ones from near and far in the cute Little Bay Chapel and their wedding day was as lovely as they are. With epically moody skies all afternoon they must have had the luck of the thunder gods on their side for it to pour only after they entered their reception.
Little Bay Chapel has stunning features including large stained glass windows overlooking the ocean and the roof to floor make it an unusual and spectacular Sydney wedding location.
The flower girls and paige boy get ready to enter the church as the bride arrives in a vintage limousine from Wedding Cars of Distinction and mother of the bride helps to fix her dress by Alfred Angelo (make up Le Fabulous). Walking down the aisle to meet the man you’ll spend the rest of your life with can bring on all of the emotions. And then he’s stood there beside you, and everything is ok because even your vows make each other laugh. The father of the bride told me it was a sad day for him loosing his daughter but he was happy she had found a good, kind man. The Little Bay Chapel is known for its striking stained glass window overlooking the ocean at Little Bay.
The couple are congratulated after their Little Bay wedding by friends and family. South American dads are my favourite, always so much emotion. We swapped the vintage limo for golf buggies to scoot around The Coast Golf Club, the skies getting darker as the afternoon went on, golf balls weren’t our only hazard. Nicole carried a stunning lace parasol as we walked down to Little Bay beach. Brought over by her father from Chile it was a family heirloom owned by her grandfather. The bad weather wasn’t going to stop a wedding or a beach party.Far from the usual Sydney sunshine, the dramatic skies were spectacular and didn’t concern the newlyweds as the strolled hand in hand along the beach and then onto the Little Bay cliff tops.
The bride Nicole had a freaky trick, the groom Paul called it ‘her devil lips’.My uber driver for the afternoon.The flower girls and paige boys played hide and seek whilst they waited for the couple to arrive.The bride and groom held their casual reception at The Coast Golf Club, with a cupcake tower and DIY photo booth there were no formalities only reliving their day and dancing the night away. Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Andrew, you guys were a blast! If you’d like ‘Next Chapter’ to capture your wedding day contact us here now.