There was never a doubt in anyone’s mind that this gorgeous couple would make a breathtaking bride and groom.
Sallee & Mitch didn’t disappoint – they were every bit the knock-out couple we had anticipated. (And the bridal party scrubbed up very well too!)
These photos are special to me for a number of reasons. Sallee was my son’s much adored school teacher, and you’ll see from the photos of her with the Great Southern Grammar “Violettes” (violin students) who played at St John’s, that my son is not the only ex-student who adores Sallee. PLUS it’s ALWAYS fun to be part of wedding involving the North Albany Football Club, Mitch’s team! I’ve gotten to know “the lads” as grooms and groomsmen over the years and they’re a good bunch. (One of my favourite photos is the one of you all with Sallee – towards the end of this post!)
The photos are also precious as the late Father Edward Argyle, who married Sallee & Mitch, also married my husband and I. This was one of many weddings I had the privilege of photographing with Father Ed before his recent passing.
I shot this wedding a while back – only just getting to blog it now. Since then Sallee and Mitch have become proud parents – what a lucky boy he is! CONGRATULATIONS SALLEE & MITCH!