Last weekend I had the absolute pleasure of capturing Adrian and Vera’s wedding day at the National Carillon. The National Carillon, situated on Aspen Island in central Canberra. It is a striking 50 metre tall architecture landmark which also has an impressive musical instrument with 55 bronze bells.
The weather was simply superb and Adrian was holding back the emotions when he saw his bride to be Vera walking down the aisle with his grandfather.
After the ceremony and family photographs on Aspen Island, we head to the Yarralumla Yacht Club for their wedding reception.
Thank you for an amazing day, I had so much fun capturing all those special important moments for you to cherish forever. xx
This month’s Highlife magazine, featuring Dianna Watson Photography – three couple’s weddings!
Amanda and Leo Silva’s wedding was held in the beautiful St Jude’s Anglican Church in Bowral. Their reception was held at Centennial Vineyards Bowral.
Kelly and Tom had their wedding at Sylvan Glen in Penrose, Southern Highlands.
I received this lovely email last night from a happy customer.
We just wanted to say a big Thank You for our beautifully presented Wedding Album, it is truly stunning! You really have done a wonderful job and we will treasure it forever.
We too wanted to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a magical 2014
Thanks again Di; it has been an absolute pleasure to meet and work with you.
Katie & Will.”
Katie and Will were married at St Francis Xavier Church Berrima and reception held at Centennial Vineyards Restaurant-Bowral
What a day! Despite the on and off rainy conditions, this didn’t dampen our spirits to have some fun at J&D’s Southern Highlands wedding. Many laughs were had, absolutely crazy fun bridal party and how can I forgot their entertaining fun and supportive friends. A day to remember! Thank you for trusting me to capture your wedding day. xx
Awwwh! I had the absolute pleasure photographing this little angel. Just gorgeous! Here are some sneak peeks from her newborn photo shoot, sleeping peacefully… until she decided enough was enough. Thanks S&J for allowing me to capture these special moments for you.
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