1920’s Gangsters and Flappers Wedding Photography
7th March 2012
Blink and the week is over – a common occurrence for most of us these days!
It’s Wednesday again which marks the one week anniversary of the fabulously fun wedding of Cat and Wally.
It is of course an odd thing to say, one week anniversary, as of course the word anniversary derives from the Latin word annum – meaning year. Being an ever evolving language though this term seems to be becoming more common place and acceptable (though still to my mind completely incorrect!)
But I digress..
Wednesday 29th of February 2012, Leap Year! The wedding of Cat and Wally at the Melbourne Registry Office.
All our weddings are beautiful occasions but this one, fun fun fun!
A gangster and flapper theme (we’re talking old school people, not drive by!)
Feathers, hats, waistcoats, finger wave hairdos and suspenders. Elegant, timeless and fashionably fabulous.
The ceremony was short and sweet, conducted by my favourite celebrant, Lesley. Love her work!
Group shot on the steps of the Registry Office.
The walk down Collins Street, always a favourite. They call it the Paris End – not necessarily accurate but none the less it is a beautiful part of the city. Grand old facades, columns, wrought iron and the odd chandelier peering out of an art deco window.
A perfect scene for an old world style photo shoot. Cat was a vision in ivory and blue, Wally looking very sharp in pin stripes with a waistcoat and his grandfather’s watch, their daughter Annabelle angelic in blue.
Congratulations Cat and Wally, such a pleasure sharing your special day with you all!
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