Brady and Anais – Agnes Water wedding story

Wedding Photography at Agnes Water 1770 for Brady and Anais

Lovely couple Anais and Brady from Biloela, Queensland were married recently at 1770 and had their reception at nearby Agnes Water. I photographed their entire wedding day from their prep through to the end of the night to capture a beautiful wedding story.

I began capturing their wedding day with the prep at Brady’s parent’s home in Agnes Water and Anais was in a house next door getting ready with all the girls. Both houses had beautiful views out to sea which was a wonderful backdrop for the wedding prep.

Anais looked gorgeous in her wedding dress, light and flowing and beautifully embroidered. Her six bridesmaids were stunning in their navy blue sleeveless dresses. Brady and his six groomsmen looked sharp in their white shirts, navy blue vests and trousers.

The foreshore at 1770 provided a scenic backdrop for Brady and Anais’s wedding ceremony and the balmy weather provided comfortable conditions for the large contingent of family and friends to watch. Anais and the girls arrived in a mini bus and Anais was escorted to her wedding with both her parents walking proudly beside her.

The wedding party looked sensational, backlit by the afternoon sun and the sand flats and ocean behind them. It was touching to see both Brady and Anais shed tears of joy as they read their vows and the deep love they have for each other.

After some family photos and a group photo with all the guests I went with the wedding party up to Joseph Banks Conservation park for some formal photos. Before their wedding I had gone with Brady and Anais and scouted out a great location on a rock ledge and we were excited with the prospect of making some of their wedding photos there. The entire wedding party negotiated the steep dirt track down a cliff and onto a spectacular rock ledge below. The girls were all laughing as they were helped down the steep path by the groomsmen. The effort was well worth it and I made some stunning photos with the couple and their wedding party.

We finished the formal photos and made a hasty return back up the cliff to our vehicles and proceeded to the reception venue at the Agnes Water Golf Club where a wonderful conference style marquee was set up and hosted the night’s formalities and all the fun and dancing that followed.

You can see a snapshot of Brady and Anais’s wedding day below and please get in touch if you would like some information on my Agnes Water wedding photographer packages which can include full wedding coverage. I can also be booked for Brisbane wedding photography and Sunshine Coast wedding photography.

Here is a snapshot of Brady and Anais’s wedding

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

Photography by John Wilson

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