Over the last couple of years, I’d caught up with Sam and Luke a couple of times – firstly to chat about booking them in for their May 2019 date at Sandringham Yacht Club, and then for a chat or two about details for the big day.
It’s always so amazing to have been recommended by past couples (thanks again Matt and Courtney!), and meeting up with Sam and Luke was just such a pleasure.
More on the story of the day below, but for now, check out the images and then read on for more about this Sandringham Yacht Club celebration. Congrats again Sam and Luke – hope you’re enjoying showing off the album.
Arriving at Sandringham Yacht Club, we were met with some quite breezy conditions – but a blazing sunshine and perfect blue sky, so we knew that rain was definitely not going be an issue.
However, being May, there was a fairly early sunset to deal with, so we’d all stressed the importance of being on time. However, this didn’t account for a car pickup-address confusion leading to the girls being a little late – through no fault of their own!
Not a problem though for this couple and Sandringham Yacht Club, as everyone just moved on and celebrated the very touching and personal ceremony, then a quick group shot before we moved on the bridal shoot.
Together with Sam and Luke, we decided that it would be better to make use of the dying light by heading straight down to the beach and catching family shots during the reception – I knew it was important to them that we get those beach shots that were the main priority we’d talked about in those pre-wedding meetings. That’s why you have to be flexible
The ceremony and reception were held at the always-beautiful Sandringham Yacht Club – https://syc.com.au/
The ceremony was conducted by friendly and helpful celebrant Gail Cremon – https://www.peninsulaweddings.com.au/celebrants/gail-cremen/