Laura & Dave – Kangaroo Valley Wedding

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I’d like to introduce you to Laura & Dave; two incredible humans. When I look back at the photos of these two, I often find myself thinking “relationship goals”.

Throughout my interactions with these two it was clear that this wedding was a big deal. Not because of the time and money they had invested into putting on it a bangin’ party – but because this day served as a marker for their relationship.

Often people think of the wedding day as “relationship goals”, but for Laura & Dave, it was far from the most important thing. Their relationship (the kind that so many people aspire to) is about the everyday, mundane aspects of being a couple. The way Dave loves to cook exotic foods for Laura on a daily basis. And the way Laura laughs at Dave’s jokes, even if they’re a bit lame. And the way that these two share an extreme level of vulnerability and emotional compatibility.

I was struck to find out just how much of a rollercoaster their lives had been up until this day. But rather than let the shit storms of yesteryear define their relationship, I could see how they’ve used it to form an unbreakable alliance with each other. And let’s be real: that’s relationship goals.

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Florist: Lily Ever After | Engagement Ring: Affinity Diamonds | Celebrant: Monty King | Ceremony Venue: Melross Estate | Reception Venue: The Barn on Melross | Catering: Garnish Catering | Entertainment: XYDJ | Cake: Bops Bakes | Decorations: Katrina Jones Interiors | Invitations & Stationery: Dave (the Groom) | Printing: The Distillery, Surry Hills | Wedding Bands: House of K’Dor | Bridal Gown Designer: Karen Willis Holmes | Veil: Karen Willis Holmes | Shoes: Robert Robert | Earrings: Kitte | Makeup: Makeup By Jen Bazzi | Bridesmaid Dresses: Bec & Bridge

Henry Paul Photography acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. I pay my respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders both past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.

 

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