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Deborah and Noel Married

November 4, 2011

Recently Deborah and Noel were married at the Anglican cathedral in Grafton. Deborah and Noel are currently in Hawaii and Im sure they are having the best time. Mike and I are a little envious… we loved Hawaii when we visited in 09. The tropical smell when you get off the plane at the airport is just awesome. The pineapple drinks from the international market place are just awesome also.  I hope that you get to visit the North Shore when you are there, Ted’s bakery does the best chocolate and coconut pie…..it’s to die for!!!

Deborah and Noel are such a cute couple. It was a great pleasure to be part of their special day. The day started with a few snaps of Deborah preparing for the ceremony at their home at Waterview Heights, followed by a few images of Noel at the cathedral. Deborah’s sister helped Deb prepare for her big day. My feelings went out to Deb’s gorgeous Mum who unfortunately wasn’t well for her daughter’s special day but put a on a brave face and even made it to the reception. I just loved Deb’s boutique, a gorgeous array of roses Deb and Noel’s favorite flower. In fact Deb and Noel have the most beautiful rose garden that they enjoying growing together.

You may have noticed that Deb and Noel chose not to have a bridal party. Which meant their day was about them as a couple without distractions. The ceremony was such but special for this gorgeous couple. After the ceremony as family photos were taken at the cathedral followed by some snaps of their friends their friends replaced their bridal party 🙂

It was such a beautiful afternoon in Grafton which mean we could take our time and visit many of the gorgeous locations around Grafton. We went to Fig Tree Ave, See part, the old post office and then visited one of Deb and Noel’s friends who lived on the river bank, just near the Grafton Bridge.

The photo shoot was followed by their reception at the Ex-Services Club in South Grafton. It overlooked the Grafton River. Deb and Noel’s guests enjoyed the fun of the photobooth. It was a great day and a great evening.

We hope that you are having the best time in Hawaii and we will talk to you both soon.

Amy xx

One Comment leave one →
  1. Anonymous permalink
    November 4, 2011 10:07 am

    Beautiful photos of a beautiful, down to earth couple! Great work Amy.

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