Malindi & Dewi were married in Sydney at the British Consulate at Circular Quay. They had been doing a lot of liaising with the Consulate in the months leading up to their wedding, and had (graciously and) apologetically let me know that we would only know the actual date of the ceremony a few weeks in advance. This was due to a combination of ongoing official Consulate business, together with the scheduling and booking of other same sex weddings (a service the British Consulate was legally able and absolutely thrilled to be able to provide those eligible and seeking it).
Their wedding party however, had been months in the planning and was firmly locked in place.
As luck would have it, the Consulate advised Dewi & Malindi that their ceremony would happen a few short days before their reception was planned – it was perfect timing.
Their ceremony was intimate and beautiful, and held in the Consulate’s offices overlooking the Harbour. Their following party a few days later was brilliant. So many friends and family filled with so much love and happiness for Dewi & Malindi.
And the cake…..well imo the cake itself embodied pure happiness (you’ll see what I mean – seriously). Best. Cake. Ever.
I was honoured to be asked to capture their wedding and to meet these two incredible, accomplished women.
Malindi and Dewi’s make-up was by the very talented Lindsay Carignan