Caley & Sean Tie the Knot!

I don’t like to play favorites but let me just start off by saying this was ONE OF my favorite weddings from last year!  The details – ahhh! It really was one for the books.   Not to mention the sheer style that this gorgeous bride had!  Caley was definitely my most organized bride to date (spreadsheets, anyone?) which is a good thing.  No ground was left uncovered and I’m sure that is why the day went off as seamlessly as it did – pure perfection!   

 The wedding took place at the AH-MAZING Villa Marco Pollo which I would HIGHLY recommend to any couples looking for venues.  From the sheer elegance of the gardens to the grand fountain in the middle of the grounds, it’s a stunner.  Hold up - side note: I was sure I was going to actually fall into the fountain/pond during the ceremony.  I didn’t have a lot of room to move around people’s chairs and because I am always so “in the moment" during a wedding I was convinced I was going to take one extra step back (probably during the first kiss as my teary eyes tend to fog up the viewfinder) and topple into the water head first.  Thank god this little disaster scenario that had entered into my mind didn't materialize - whew! 

We headed to the Government House for wedding party and bride and groom photos after the ceremony.  I absolutely loved it there – the gardens are stunning with lots of different areas for photo ops.  Dinner and dancing was held at the Victoria Golf Club (the food was to die) and everyone got down with their bad selves well into the evening.   I loved every part of this wedding and am so honored to be given the opportunity to document the gorgeous day – thank you Caley and Sean – you guys are amazing!

Venue Location: Villa Marco Polo Inn

Makeup: Carly Flint 

Florist: Fresh View Events

Wedding Co-ordinator: Tammy Markwart at Blue Lily Event Planning

Wedding Celebrant: Barbara Densmore

Reception Location: Victoria Golf Club


Caley and Sean opted to do a first look to ensure we had plenty of time for photos and also to share a private moment before they walked down the isle – check out the photos of Sean seeing his bride for the first time – only a first look can produce these kinds of intimate and memorable photos.