Chinese Tea Ceremony. I have photographed many of them. And in their traditional gowns of blue and red.

If you asked me when I was in highschool or even while I was studying Psychology at Melbourne University, I would’ve never even dreamed of having my own business one day, doing what I love which is combining art and people and as I think about what I love most is that I get to be a part of someones journey. John is a long time family friend, I still remember the first time he introduced me to Eva and straight away I approved.

To describe Eva with one word, it would be the word ‘laughter’. During the dance, John kept stepping on Evas dress, but instead of getting annoyed, she just laughed. They are a truly happy couple and I am so so happy they found each other.

Their wedding was set in the beautiful Dandenongs Tatra. The tea ceremony was filled a good kind of emotional. The grandma is the cutest little thing you will ever see. Dance. Sparkler exit. Laughter. Tears. Happily ever after.

VENUE Tatra / FLORIST Fleur d’lau ( the bride herself!) / Bridal gown designer Jack Sullivan / VIDEOGRAPHER Phil from Thick Black Frames / SOCKS Happy Socks