It always amazes me whenever I find a beautiful place that is unknown to most people. I have been living in Sydney and doing photography for quite a while but I always discover something new on most new assignments. Like the location that Anthony and Emily picked for their pre-wedding photo shoot. It’s at the Dame Eadith Walker Estate in Concord. Anthony is quite familiar with the place because he lives nearby.
Emily and Anthony first met in 2008 at their University (although they only started dating in 2012). Her first impression of him is that he is quiet and polite while he thinks she was a tad reserved but friendly, and extremely pretty! Their favourite memory when they started dating was when they explored the historic areas in Campbelltown such as the old cottage and the old schoolroom, as well as the art gallery and Chinese gardens. They both have interests in exploring new places, walking, good restaurants, watching movies, and talking. Emily by profession is a teacher while Anthony works in a University.
The things Emily loved about Anthony is that he is very caring, helpful, and has a quirky sense of humour. Anthony in turn loves Emily’s dedication to those she loves, her tenderness, and her distinctive beauty! The thing unique about them as a couple is the development of their relationship (from friendship and one-way interest to mutual interest and deeper friendship).
Anthony proposed to her in a quaint French restaurant, “in cahoots” with the restaurant owners and once all other patrons had left! Her reaction: very happy!
They are set to marry on April 2014. Stay tuned for their wedding photos. Until then, enjoy the photos of the beautiful couple.
Dodie Labial is a Sydney wedding photographer and heads the team at Expert Photography