“James and I met on holidays when we were 14. We saw each other twice a year as our families were friends. One day we made a silly bet that he would come to my year 12 formal if I was single. When the time came, I was single and he did!”
It’s the simple things in life that make love so great; the smallest of promises exchanged over a week of young wandering hearts grew into a love so deep that not even five years of living apart could intervene. What was once a sweet young love had now matured into a boundless forever, a journey of life as husband and wife.
Within the graceful walls of the St Peter and Paul Catholic Church, James and Amy expressed their love for one another in the front of their nearest and dearest; the people who had left an imprint on their life and will forever be a part of their glory ahead.
After the first few moments as husband wife had been lit from within, the picturesque coast of Kiama splashed cool tones of grey and blue hues below a muted grey sky creating the most exquisite surrounding to capture such a calm love amongst the chaos of the seas. James and Amy delved into their brand-new world, into the arms of their eternity an we were fortunate to capture such love in motion.
Guests awaited their arrival at The Sebel, Kiama, the anticipation only easing as they walked through the doors hand in hand and madly in love. The celebrations instantly began and seemingly, they never stopped. Happiness was oozing from every single soul surrounding and the vibes were increasingly vibrant as the day James and Amy had dreamed unveiled right before their eyes.