With under 15 people attending (including myself and the priest), James and Kordula’s wedding must be the most intimate I have photographed. Both the ceremony and lunch were held at The Hundred Eaves, a cosy little chapel near Sellick’s Beach in Adelaide’s south. Built in 1862, the chapel is non-denominational, so you can BYO priest, pastor or celebrant.
Drinks were served on the lawns to distract guests from the changeover, as the church interior was transformed into a dining venue. Perfect for a cool July day! And if lunch wasn’t enough, after some photos down at the beach and in the city, the bride and groom had all their guests back to their house for dinner. Watching a bride still in her wedding dress cooking dinner for 12 is definitely a first for me!
Sadly, Kordula’s family are in Germany, and were unable to attend the wedding. She did have, however, two amazing friends who came all the way out to Australia for the weekend, just for the wedding. Dedicated witnesses I’ll say!