Wedding Bells | Bec & Curtis | Bells, Killcare

Rainbows and Wedding Bells

When COVID delays your wedding plans for two years, you deserve nothing but an extra special day, when you finally get to ring those wedding bells..

And this is exactly how Bec & Curtis’ wedding day panned out.
Mother Nature flicked every switch in the Magic department, that delivered rainbows at the perfect time and the most magical sunset for the portrait session at Putty Beach.

Family is everything

From getting ready to the moment the wedding bells started ringing, Bec & Curtis’ kids could not wait to finally get to walk down the aisle, to introduce the beautiful bride. It was such a magical moment, when with sparkles in their eyes, they saw their mum dressed in white, just like a real-life princess.

“Is that alright” by Lady Gaga started playing through the beautiful  sandstone chapel, and eyes swelled up, when Bec and her dad made their way down the aisle. St Paul’s Church is so beautifully non pretentious and intimate; it made the ceremony feel like a warm hug by friends and family.

Dance the Night away

Chauffeured in the most adorable two retro VW vans, the wedding party headed off to Bells at Killcare, where the dance-floor was opened immediately by all the excited youngsters. There is something so thrilling about the energy of kids at a wedding; they certainly know how to get the party started.

The day was the perfect summary and celebration of all the love and years that they had already spent together, making memories with their young family. The room was bursting with joy and every part of the day just felt light and joyful. It was a huge privilege to have been invited in as their wedding photographer. Days like these make my heart full and my job the best one I could ever imagine.

All the talented vendors that brought this day together so beautifully:

Venue: Bells at Killcare
Dress: Martina Liana
Rings: Canturi
Hair: SMIK Hair
Makeup: Caitlin Miller Makeup
Florals& Table Decor: Kurtzys Flowers
VW Kombis: Lake Mac Kombis