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Melanie and Sean’s Grafton Wedding

May 5, 2012

Rain, rain, rain, I think the last 6 or so weddings it’s rained on us! But, rain certainly isn’t the end of the world, so it’s not something to be scared of, just something you have to be prepared for, thats all!

Melanie and Sean’s day started out looking like it was going to be a really wet one! I travelled up to Grafton and did some photos of Sean and the Boys at their house before heading over to the girls who were at her parents. Melanie’s mum and dad looked so proud as she got ready.

After all the preperation shots it was time for the ceremony which was held at the St Mary’s Church in Grafton. Some really cool architecture makes for awesome photos, not to mention the wedding being inside kept everyone nice and dry!! Mel and Sean walked back down the aisle at the conclusion of the ceremony and went outside only to find that the rain had stopped, good news for family photos!

We did a few shots around the church and some of the adjacent buildings, Grafton has some really nice buildings, lots of older style balcony’s and brickwork. We took the opportunity of the rain clearing to do plenty of shots there before heading to Fig Tree Ave for some more group shots and pics with the cars. Unfortunately thats when the rain came back and we retreated to an indoor location at Mel and Seans fav bar. Home to some cool old rooms and a big old staircase!

Mel and Sean had their reception at the Grafton District Golf Club, the meals were delicious and the reception went great. I Had a great time!

Here are just a few photos as a sample of the day, Hope your enjoying your honeymoon up in Cairns! Not too much fishing I hope!

– Mike


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