Hello Monday! I’m not sure I’m quite ready for you but let’s kick the week off anyway (because I am dying to share with you dear readers some amazing weddings… deep purple calla lilies anyone?)
First up this week, a chance to take a look at Ms Polka Dot’s Directory! We never take payment for content on Polka Dot Bride- we only write about what we love, but this Monday morning sweet spot? It’s for our vendors who support us so wonderfully!
This week’s vendor of the week is photographer Deep Grey Photography! Deep Grey always have this incredible feel to their images- they have a sense of fun, a funkiness without losing the moment. Each shot is filled with colour and life- from the vivid greens of the landscapes to the golden glows of the sunsets.
The Deep Grey team is based in Brisbane but regularly travels all over Australia and New Zealand capturing the funkiest of weddings full of emotive moments.
To learn a little more about Deep Grey Photography, we asked Adam five questions in five minutes!
What is your favourite after five drink?
Your favourite weekend getaway?
Anywhere in Maleny.
The Ceylon Inn, Bulimba (Amazing Indian food!)
What can we find you eating for breakfast on a Sunday morning?
Weetbix with no sugar. (Seriously I eat it everyday).
Your favourite wedding story?
We once shot a wedding for a really shy couple, who decided they would have the guests “walk down the aisle” towards them. As they were waiting for the guests to all arrive in the car park to be ushered down the isle, a gust of wind blew the Brides wedding ring off the signing table over the cliff face! Sarah, the bride totally kept her cool and shrugged it off saying they would worry about it later. The guests arrived, none the wiser to the little drama that had just played out. For the ring exchange, Tom and Sarah exchanged the same ring, Toms. First Sarah slipped the ring onto Tom’s finger, he then coolly slipped it off and onto Sarah’s finger. They had a bit of a laugh as they did so, most of the guests didn’t even notice!
To end on a happy note, we received a text message the next day from Sarah, telling us that her new brother in law had ventured off the cliff and found her wedding ring! Pretty cool story huh?!