Athol Hall Wedding - Justin and Yvette (with a Sydney Harbour backdrop)

May 20, 2015  •  1 Comment

We got to know Yvette and Justin during their lovely pre-wedding shoot around Government House and the Botanic Gardens - and we couldn't wait to shoot their big day.

And happily, Sydney Harbour was also a key element on their beautiful wedding day.

As Yvette and Justin made their final preparations their was an air of excitement, happiness and just a touch of nerves.....

It was the Sacred Heart in Mosman that played host to their warm and personal wedding service.

Once happily betrothed, bride and groom cruised past Taronga Zoo and headed for glorious Bradleys Head - one of the jewels in Sydney Harbour's formidable crown.  And it was there (in the middle of a bustling city of 5 million people) that time seemed to stand still as Yvette and Justin meandered happily along the sands of Athol Bay....

A few minutes walk took Yvette and Justin up to the wonderful Athol Hall.  The hall is heritage listed, located within the Sydney Harbour National Park and has phenomenal views of the city, Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.... 

Athol Hall does a perfect job balancing its history and pristine location alongside being a professionally managed and beautifully decorated reception venue. 

Congrats to Yvette and Justin on their beautiful Sydney Harbour wedding!  Such a fantastic couple.

 

Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Mosman

Athol Hall, Sydney Harbour National Park, Mosman - http://www.atholhall.com.au/

 "Hi Tim and Andrew!

 
WOW! Justin and I are in complete awe of our stunning photos! They are beyond our wildest dreams! Justin and I when first looking for a photographer to capture the memories of our special day found ourselves so overwhelmed by the sheer amount of photographers and packages in existence. After sifting through pages and pages of photographers and calling a number, we were no less confused. That is when we stumbled upon the One Million Moments website. We instantly fell in love with the your ability to capture photos in a bright natural light, while also highlighting the subtlties of details that you portrayed in black and white. However, what struck us most was your ability to capture raw, unposed emotion in your pictures.
 
After enquiring and speaking to Andrew for over the phone 15 minutes, wedding photography made so much more sense than ever had speaking to other photographers. He took the time to listen to what we wanted out of our wedding photography and made suggestions about our wedding timeline based on how natural lighting changes through-out the day. From that point forward, you both displayed such a keen interest in our special day and capturing it just the way we wanted. After recieving the photos from our engagement shoot, we knew our wedding photos were going to turn out stunning, but you have completly blown us away. You have not just captured photos of flowers, cakes and dresses, but you have captured the feeling of walking down the aisle to Justin, you have captured the pure emotion in his eyes as we first glanced at each other. You have captured the joy and excitment of the bridal party and the guests as we danced long into the night. We truly thank you from the bottom of our heart for capturing these priceless memories! You have caused us quite a dilemma though... how on earth are we going to pick just a couple to put on canvases?!
 
Thank you to infinity and beyond!
 
Yvette and Justin"

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Charli Smith(non-registered)
Yes, I can understand. Just pay for 3 hours, for wedding and to reach reception place then say limousine good bye and use your car this is the better option as traditionalist suggested.
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