Ben & Nathalie | Riverside Wedding at Maroochydore, Aus


Our second wedding of the year was with Ben & Nathalie at the Duporth Riverside Resort Maroochydore and oh boy was it magical.

First off, I just have to say how genuinely awesome Ben & Nathalie are; they are actually two of the most sweetest people I have ever met, so right off the bat, I knew I wanted to try and do something special for Ben & Nathalie.

With the help of the super talented Matt Howard, we set off on our 2hr road trip to Maroochydore. Thankfully for us the guys and gals were both getting ready in the same building and were only an opposite unit apart. The whole celebration was close knit, which always makes our job that much easier.

We decided to have an earlier morning with the boys down at the beach to catch them having a swim. It was windy and cold, and the boys were freezing but it made for good footage. After the swim, we travelled over to a local café and the lads shouted us coffee to keep us going! LEGENDS. I almost forgot to record what was going on because I was too busy chatting away!

The girls were super chill and they had an awesome view overlooking the beach. Again, I almost forgot to record because I was to busy enjoying the view! I was pleased to work alongside photographer Dee from Deezigner Images who's definitely worth checking out, she's literally the best and we tagged teamed so well during the day.

All went well during the ceremony and we were welcomed by one of the best glowing sunsets I think I had seen all year. It definitely made for some stunning photos and footage!

As the sun went down over Dockside we had a really relaxed reception and we finally got to sit down after 10 hours straight filming. Which I'm pretty sure is the best thing in the entire world.

Ben & Nathalie, thank you so much for letting us be apart of your special day and thank you so much for understanding and treating us so well throughout the whole day ;)

- Ben O'Sullivan

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Gear used: Canon 6d w/ 24-105mm

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