Junyssa and John had planned a gorgeous big Hunter Valley wedding, but COVID had other ideas. Instead our couple chose a micro wedding becoming husband and wife in an intimate church ceremony with their closest family members, before we met them in the Blue Mountains for a sun-drenched winter portrait session.
The Mountains put on a spectacular show, with gorgeous winter skies, and golden light.
What is a Micro Wedding?
A micro wedding is fancy way of describing a small or intimate wedding with 30 or less guests. The perfect choice for these crazy times!!
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Opting for professional photography to capture the raw beauty of your wedding day is one of the best investments you can make.
Wedding photography follows trends, just like fashion does. What might be ‘in season’ this year will be out of style in years to come. Remember the 80s? Need we say more? A de lumière photographer will focus on what will matter to you in years to come rather than this year’s hottest photography trend.
We’re there to observe and document your wedding day and treat you to award-winning photography that brings out your personality.
Sarah is an Associate member of the AIPP in Australia. The AIPP are Australia’s only Professional Photography governing body. As a member she is bound by a code of Professional Practice.
For your peace of mind Sarah (and her photographers) have Public Liability Insurance, and a valid Working with Children check.
If you’re after anything but cookie-cutter wedding shots, then we’d love to hear from you.