On February 5th I had the honour of filming the wedding of Bradd and Shevaun Worrell, down in the Gisborne area. It could not have been a more fun day. Having never met the couple before, I sensed the day was going to be amazing as soon as I walked in the front door at Bradd's house, where the boys were getting ready by playing indoor and outdoor cricket, along with some footy passing drills. Shevaun's place was next, where she and her 4 bridesmaids were looking absolutely stunning.
The couple wed at The Convent Gallery in Daylseford, a picturesque location to say the least. And whilst it may have been 32 degrees inside the small chapel, The Ceremony was absolutely fantastic, showcasing their love for each other and the Lord. The reception was held at Shevaun's parents house, complete with a gorgeous white marquee and amazingly manicured lawns. The decorations were remarkable, with many guests commenting how it was totally 'Shev'.
On a whole it was an incredible day. The weather held off to give us near perfect lighting conditions. Bradd and Shevaun are two of the most fun-loving energetic people I've met, with such a passion for God and excitement for their new life together. I wish them all the best, and thank them for the honour of filming their special day.
Thanks to Matthew Stuckings from Visually Arresting Photography for capturing the wedding in still form. visuallyarresting.net/
Shot on a Canon 7D with 24-70 f/2.8L
Manfrotto 190XDB with 128RC Head
Song: The Mailman - Ben Rector
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