Sarah and Anthony | Wedding Photography, Peppermint Bay, Tasmania

There was a very slight sense of foreboding at the beginning of the day…. already 26 degrees and it wasn’t even 9am. What would the rest of the day hold for the 140 or so very well dressed guests  guests and 1 little photographer in a suit? Would we all be in puddles? Would the reception be moved into the fridge at Peppermint Bay? Would the candles melt?

None of the above, it did hit 38.9 degrees making it record wedding heat for me, but i can say that the heat was a little on the annoying side but really didn’t affect how everything unfolded. And it unfolded pretty darn well in my opinion.

There are so many stories about this wedding, from the dad’s joint conversational speech, the discovery of a great location that held the heat at bay, the amazing Tasmanian sourced menu, the boat trip down, those great flowers and reception set up, even the wine selection had a story.

Well done again to Sarah and Anthony for getting hitched in such a great way with such great family and friends all around. It really was a fantastic day. And here are a few shots to help tell the story of your day.

(oh, and the candles did melt 🙁  )

  • Kristy McDowell
    Posted at 22:40h, 02 March Reply

    Alan your photos are gorgeous, you tell the story so well.
    What a wonderful wedding so lovely to see their story of the day. While behind the scenes I was stressing out about the candles melting in the heat, praying that all the flowers would hold out under the extreme heat, and setting up the reception before the boat arrived.

    Every thing came together in the last minutes and I was happy with the end result.

    Congrats love your work.
    Kristy McDowell

    • Photobat
      Posted at 16:51h, 05 March Reply

      Thanks Kristy, you had your work cut out for you! You did such a fantastic job! Look forward to the next time i get to shoot your arrangements!

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