Sydney Sri Lankan Poruwa Wedding
Dilini and Avindu had a stunning Sri Lankan Poruwa Wedding Ceremony on a balmy Autumn’s day in Sydney.
When you have a bride like Dil who has the most rip roaring laugh I’ve probably ever come across, it makes your job pretty easy in capturing those “candid, natural” photos. No kidding when I say that throughout the day, Dil had a big beaming laugh, (read laugh, not smile) across her face. Now Aundi or Avindu as his passport might call him, is no different. Whilst the quieter (and sane?) of the two, he is no less joy when it comes to capturing him waltz through their wedding day.
PORUWA WEDDING CEREMONY
See what I mean when I say, she got that laugh?
Shout out to my wonderful mates at Gather and Stitch on putting together a stunning ensemble on Dil!
Dil’s first reaction to receiving a note from Avindu was, “Oh, do I need to write one too?!”
A prank planned well in advance, Dil of course had to show off her prankster side by sending a groomsman for the first look.
The real first look deal above is pretty shmick too
Manav from Baqdrop flashing his villain smile.
One of the most important parts of a Sri Lankan Poruwa Wedding Ceremony – capture the guy breaking the coconut as the couple is escorted off stage. Wham Bham, thank you Sony Burst mode
12.30pm – Laughter check, 100%
25C day shown in a photo. Look at these 2 glow under the mid-day sun. Other side of this image, Manav and I were drenched in sweat, dying for a mid-arvo beer. Which we got during our lunch break
Deepika Padukone deepfake up there
The resident rogue bush turkey didn’t come out to scare today’s bride.
Creative photos can be created anywhere with a bit of imagination and skill. Image above was captuted at the traffic lights outside Orso and the image below was captured at the car park.
Check out their pre-wedding countryside photoshoot here
Hair and Makeup and Bridesmaids and Bridal Outfit – Gather and Stitch
Wedding Venue: St Michael’s Golf Club NSW
Reception Venue: Orso