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Naomi And Trent’s Wedding

May 5, 2010

On Saturday we travelled up to the Lismore/Ballina/Byron area for the wedding of Naomi and Trent.

The ceremony was held on the lawn at the beautiful Ramada Resort in Ballina. Naomi and Trent of course were beaming the whole time. I love these ceremony shots, our happy couple just looked so… Happy!!

After the ceremony and hugs we did the formal family portraits before heading out to Wategos beach in Byron. First time we had photographed at that location and it was beautiful… very busy, and very popular for weddings up that way.

Had a great time with you Naomi, Trent, our bridal party and guests. Here are a few images of the day! Enjoy!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Janelle Devlin permalink
    May 5, 2010 12:29 pm

    I was at Naomi and Trent’s wedding and it was absolutely beautiful. I was very impressed with your photo’s, they portrayed the day perfectly. The slideshow that you put together and showed at the wedding breakfast was very well done, it was awesome.

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  2. sally baldry permalink
    May 6, 2010 9:35 pm

    Loved Naomi’s wedding, very beautiful! Your work is amazing :-)!

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  3. May 14, 2010 3:18 am

    Heh Guys nice pics. What a gorgeous bride,gorgeous couple. My fave the horsey one greta light. Cheers Karissa

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  4. Naomi Webber permalink
    October 27, 2010 11:13 am

    Dear Mike and Amy, Thankyou for the great job you did on our lovly wedding photo’s we will treasure them for the rest of our lives. I may see you around sawtell some time kind regards naomi

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