Kristy and David – The Celebration

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The bridesmaids wore lilac frocks from Smik.

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The bridal party headed to Balmain East Wharf for more shots.

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Kristy and David partied with their guests at Le Montage. Guests were kept entertained by a surprise presentation of photos of the couple from babyhood to marriage created by Kristy’s stepfather. Her stepfather, father and the best man made wonderful speeches which made the night for the newlyweds! Kristy and David danced their first dance to “Heaven” by DJ Sammy.

Thank you to the newlyweds Kristy and David for sharing their beautiful wedding on Polka Dot Bride! Thank you also to Casandra of Caspix for sending it over and allowing me to share it with you!

Photos by Caspix

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COMMENTS
  • Jen says:
    August 5, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    Just gorgeous work

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  • Katee Grace Photography says:
    August 5, 2009 at 11:36 pm

    Oh these are beautiful! I love the one of David & Kristy where he’s smiling looking at the camera and she’s looking at him with the lens flare… BEAUTIFUL! 🙂
    you can feel the joy through each of these beautiful photos!
    thanks for sharing!
    Congrats David & Kristy!!

    xoxo,
    katee grace 🙂

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  • Polka Dot Bride » In Case You Missed It…. says:
    August 6, 2009 at 4:25 pm

    […] Wednesday showcased two gorgeous weddings- the Perth wedding of Jasmine and Louis (view the ceremony and celebration) and Sydneysiders Kristy and David (view the ceremony and celebration) […]

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