Lauren and Dain | Wedding Photography Hobart / Meadowbank

When finding out some things about Dain and Lauren I discovered that Lauren loved romane movies and Dain didn’t much like romance movies. Off course Dain is an action man, likes to fly planes and stuff that is quite blokey. I don’t think he understands he is living in a romance movie. They met at Woolworths when they were 16, he was a produce boy, she was a deli girl. Since then they had to make choices, Dain got accepted into ADFA and had to move away, but then at the last minute decided not to go to stay with Lauren. Lauren knowing what Dain’s dream was and made him go. Dain then found a course in fashion design that was Lauren’s dream and set it up so she could move up and they could be together. That all was good until Dain got sick and had to leave the ADFA, Lauren looked after him. Then Lauren got sick and Dain looked after her. Now 7 years later, they have their little castle in Kingston, have a dog (let’s pretend he’s a friendly magic dragon), married in the Hobart Town Hall that looks like it’s fairytale ballroom, reception was held at Meadowbank in what could be described as grand feast hall, and are off honeymooning in Italy. I reckon that is a bit of a romance movie and Dain is lucky to be in it as one of the two awesome central characters.

This romance movie wouldn’t be complete with the supporting cast including 2 fantastic familes and heaps of friends from both sides. Lauren is the third sister of the Grech family I’ve photographed on their wedding day. It was great to catch up with all the family and meet Dain’s. It was a really special day.

  • Michelle
    Posted at 14:39h, 08 February Reply

    Every image – just *stunning*…… Your photos make me feel as though I were there, sharing the day with them – all the love, all the detrails…. perfect! Their beautiful love story captured forever, thanks to you and your amazing talent!!!!!!

  • Monica Mulder
    Posted at 14:43h, 08 February Reply

    Hi Alan,
    Your photography is wonderful! You really captured the essence of the day! Well done and hope you got you phone back in one piece.
    If you are interested in speaking to a camera club in Sydney (the biggest in Sydney) let me know!
    ps I have a photo of you to send you if you like.

  • Jacinta Simeoni
    Posted at 10:35h, 09 February Reply

    These photos are absolutely stunning and I love that you tend to capture so many ‘moments’ without people even realising it! You also have a variety of backgrounds that the bride and groom will have a hard time choosing which is their favourite. Congratulations on such fantastic shots.

  • todd hunter mcgaw
    Posted at 14:39h, 11 February Reply

    mr bat.. that is a fine set of pics indeed!

  • Greg Tredinnick
    Posted at 12:58h, 13 February Reply

    Outstanding work – captured the day beautifully

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