A day in the life of Peter & Hayley.

    Randles blog-61 copyPeter and the guys were getting ready at a house right near Four Mile Beach.

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storyboard003There’s lots of important things going on during wedding day preparations.  I often come across grooms who have no idea how to tie a tie, but Peter was quite happily pre knotting all the ties.

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Randles blog-11And of course seeing who can do the biggest bomb.

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Randles blog-26Hayley and her bridesmaids were made-up, hair done and ready to get dressed.

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Randles blog-33The dress was admired for a while

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Randles blog-46And then she was ready.  And absolutely beautiful.

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Randles blog-55Back in Port Douglas, behind the Sugar Wharf

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Randles blog-59where Peter and the boys were dried, dressed and ready.

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Randles blog-64Being around a bride is a bit like being around a celebrity.  Everyone stops and stares and waves and cheers.  It’s really lovely.  These ladies were passing by the church and had to wait to watch Hayley get out of the car.

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Randles blog-77It was a beautiful ceremony, and Hayley was so cute so she said “I do” before she was even asked the question,

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Randles blog-89Peter and Hayley are definitely easy to photograph and of course a veil and a light breeze is a photographer’s dream.

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Randles blog-107The reception was at the Port Douglas Combinds Club – or The Tin Shed, and what a great venue.

Randles blog-130It’s on the inlet, right next to the boat ramp.

Randles blog-129And it was a perfect party on another perfect Port Douglas day.

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