Nikole & Justin – Wedding – The Lagoon – Illawarra Wedding Photography

Justin & Nikole’s wedding was last weekend on Saturday. Anticipating the weather, hoping the sun would shine with all 20 fingers and toes crossed, it was decided the ceremony was to be held inside the Lagoon. It was still a beautiful ceremony, and celebrant Carolyn Vaughan made sure of it during rehearsal on the Friday – all the t’s were crossed and i’s were dotted.

When I first met Justin & Nikole in their home in Sydney, we sipped over tea and discussed their wedding day plans. Justin was quiet (as all males are during the pre-wedding meeting) but came across to me as being whitty. Nikole was nothing short of sweet on my arrival with a smile you could not forget! Their story together was quite interesting.. they had crossed paths during a First Aid Course and Nikole said ‘It was love at First Aid’ LOL!

On their first date, Justin almost choked on a piece of chicken schnitzel which never fails to crack a laugh when brought back up.

They were two very amazing people I had the pleasures of photographin on their wedding day. Their intimate ceremony at The Lagoon Seafood Restaurant was nothing short of exquisite & the service was fabulous. To view their wedding slideshow click here.

Daddy’s first peek.

The Saturday before the big game.. a Must shot!

The spunky page boy.

Nikole’s parents.

Thanks so much for having me Nik & Justin.

See you at the next post!

Your wedding photographer, Ela.xx

  1. Carolyn says:

    Pamela the photos are beautiful!!!!!
    What a beautiful collection of memories you have managed to gather for them to remember a stunning day.
    Thank you for making it so easy!

    Carolyn :-)x

  2. steve conti says:

    Great images pam well done – sweet post

  3. Nicole says:

    Fantastic Photos Pamela! It was such a beautiful day (even with the rain) and you captured some beautiful moments! Nik looks stunning in every photo – a beautiful bride!!

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