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Ashleigh & Ben


Customs House, Brisbane


Its by far the single most important theme at every single wedding that we have photographed. Its important on so many levels.

Not only because its one of the few opportunities for all of your rellies to come out of the wood works and spend some time catching up, telling stories of bygone days…past marriages, birthdays, “do you remember the time when so and so did this or that”…

Its the day they, your family, celebrate that one of their own, perhaps a daughter or a son, has made the decision to spend the rest of their lives with their soul mate.

Its the day two families grow by one.

Its the day mum and daughter had always talked about. Even our little three year old is already talking about when she finds her king and gets married…

Its the day dad has been thinking about for the last 20 or so years…how will he ever put into words just how special his child is and how overcome with emotion it makes him to see you happy…

If you’re lucky to still have your grandparents, its the day they walk so proudly and then talk about at the hairdresser or at bingo nights or even to unsuspecting strangers for months or years to come…they’ll tell anyone that will listen!

Your wedding is the day a very important story is being written. Its written into your family tree. Its the start of a new branch ñ if you make it so. Its likely to be the prologue of many new stories in years to come. Your family is pivotal on your wedding day.

Ben and Ashleigh wed at Churchie Chapel and celebrated into the night. It was a Customs House wedding to remember! They were surrounded by family and loved ones and it was an utter pleasure to be their chosen Brisbane wedding photographers.


Ceremony — Churchie Chapel
Celebrant — Fr Ian
Hair — Powderroom
Make-Up — JLS Makeup
Wedding Gown — Darb Bridal Couture
Bridesmaids Dresses — Carniel Vanden Bergh
Suits — Tony Barlow
Flowers — Mondo Floral Designs
Wedding Cake — Cakestar
Invitations — Talbot Press
Cars — Kenz Classic
Venue — Customs House