Tamsin and Peter

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Tamsin and Peter

We’ve come to the end of our wedding week and I’m a little sad, but thrilled to bring you today’s dramatic wedding! Today’s wedding is the wedding of Tamsin and Peter who met at Tamsin’s brother’s 21st birthday party! The couple chose a Gothic theme for their wedding day – using black, red and white. The drama of their choice was reflected at their church which featured a large organ.

The photography today is by Kent Marcus Photography


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Peter’s daughter acted as flower girl and carried a posy of red roses with a crown of red roses in her hair. All of the wedding flowers were by Nati Bros Rose Farm. Tamsin wore a Peter Trends gown and pearl earrings from Bijoux.

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Tamsin walked down the aisle to a duet of a flute and guitar played by friends.


Tamsin and Peter were married in the Wahroonga Adventist Church.


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Tamsin’s five best friends stood beside her on her wedding day. Each wearing a different floor length black gown. The best man even flew in from Colorado to be there for Peter’s wedding day!

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The white, black and red cake was by Lesley Lawson Cakes and featured little figurines reminiscent of Tamsin and Peter.

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Tamsin and Peter celebrated with their guests at Waterview Restaurant. Their first dance was to “No Air” by Chris Brown and Jordan Sparks.

Congratulations on your marriage Tamsin and Peter! Thank you for sharing your beautiful wedding day with us! Thank you also to Kent Marcus Photography for sharing his work today!

Photography by Kent Marcus Photography

  • Pat Bloomfield
    Pat Bloomfield says:
    August 30, 2009 at 12:41 am

    Great bunch of wedding photos but my favorite is the first dance with the camera flare of the light.

  • Tamsin says:
    September 1, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    Yay! Thanks Ms Polka!



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