I started Jessica & Adrian’s wedding day with the boys at the Shangri-La Hotel and there were lots of laughs as they got ready. Jessica was nearby at the Observatory Hotel – an old period hotel and a great place to get ready with heavy draped curtains and beautiful mirrors.
The ceremony was at Anglican Parish All Saints Church in Hunters Hill, a lovely church set on very green & spacious grounds. Jessica’s entrance was amazing and I loved the look on Adrian’s face when she arrived at the front of the aisle. The ceremony went well and hats off to some good improvisation by the groomsmen to use their iphone through the microphone to cover for the missing string quartet!
We headed into the city for photos and first stop was the Rocks. It was quite windy and you can see a series of shots where Jessica’s veil got caught in the wind and blew up and over a nearby powerline! Thankfully it decided to come back down! We wandered through the Rocks and then also went to the Domain and Opera House before arriving at the RACA for the reception.
The RACA (Royal Automobile Club of Australia) is a stand out wedding venue that I highly recommend. The building itself looks amazing with stunning features from the early 1900’s, and the food & staff are first class. The rooms look amazing and there are some great spots inside for photos with a real vintage look.
The night was fantastic with some very funny speeches and I finished just after the cake cutting – it looked to good to cut! Congratulations guys! Like to share this with a friend? Simply click here. You can also become a fan of McKay Photography on Facebook!