As 2012 draws to a close I have taken a moment to reflect on the year that was for Angelica Peady Photography. All my fabulous brides, gorgeous grooms, miles of gowns and tonnes of cake, the fields of flowers, the wedding cars and all the one-of-a-kind moments that I was privy to between two people so in love they have pledged a life together forever.
Really, I am one very lucky girl.
Firstly however I must say that this year has been amazing because of the people who have shared the journey with us. I am grateful every single day for the people who have supported us, trusted us with their most special life moments and allowed us to be part of their lives. These are the people who allow the Angelica Peady Photography team to follow their big photography dreams and live a rich, creative existence so we thank you again and again for this.
Secondly, to the blog readers, clients, fans, friends and family – Happy New Year. I wish for you love, happiness and a 2013 that is vibrant and spirited and filled with all the joys of life both big and small that you could hope or want for.
And thirdly, and what I am most excited to do – is share with you our 2012 Wedding Photography wrap up. A short film that tells of the year that was…
From our dream Fiji wedding assignment, to the Southern Highlands (Hopewood Estate, Bowral), a cool Cairns nuptials and to the beautiful Blue Mountains we’ve travelled high and low (and many places in between) to see our clients say “I Do”. We’ve witnessed intimate Jewish Weddings, themed steampunk weddings, vintage and retro inspired weddings and glamorous Sydney weddings all of which celebrated the unique spirit of the couples that were the ‘stars’ of these days. We enjoyed amazing colours and sights including a red and gold themed wedding, a butterfly release in Mosman, a snow wedding, a cave elopement and a soccer-mad wedding at the Norman Lindsay Gallery. And we’ve shot at fabulous, unique venues across New South Wales including Gardens of Forest, Hunter Valley’s Chateau Elan, the Central Coast and not one but two Kurrajong weddings including the gorgeous Turpentine Tree.
And there’s more. Much more. But let’s just cut to the chase.
Firstly, Happy New Year. And again, thank you. Lastly. Click play and enjoy.