You may recognise Rachael. Rachael was Miss Universe Australia and is also a tv host on a few different shows, a speedo model and occasional wedding dress model! Rachael’s used to being in front of a camera, but this time it was for something unlike anything she’s ever experienced.
Rachael wore a gorgeous Steven Khalil dress. I can honestly say, I’ve never seen a dress fit so perfectly in all my life. That man is a genius.
Rachael had her dad by her side as she had the finishing touches applied to her make-up.
With Rachael having lots of experience modelling wedding dresses before, I must admit, it did make it rather easy for me!
Rachael and her bridesmaids looked amazing.
There’s always time for a quick iPhone snap!
The ceremony location was just perfect. It provided the perfect backdrop for the beautiful wedding!
Everyone was absolutely wowed when Rachael walked out in her designer Steven Khalil gown.
There were lots of laughs and lots of tears in the ceremony. It was an emotional experience for all!
However, when the ring bearers arrived on a leash, there was nothing but laughs!
Married at last!
We then spent the next half an hour taking some gorgeous portraits of Rachael & Michael before we headed to the reception.
Could that dress be more perfect?
Then it was time to head to the reception at Doltone House!
Everyone in the room was waiting eagerly to see what their first dance would be!
The speeches proved to be heartfelt and told a great story of what lead them to this point.
There was a slideshow playing on repeat in the background, where there were a bunch of shots from their childhood and we even managed to pop in a few from the wedding day!
I love this shot of the cutting of the cake!
This kid had all the moves!
You can see more from Rachael Finch & Michael Miziner’s Wedding in New Idea magazine.
Also a massive thank you must go to James Simmons who flew over from Perth to photograph with me and also my right hand man Jason Lyon who provided another angle in the ceremony and lots of laughs too. Thanks lads! Also, thanks to the paparazzi who managed to get these awful photos that made mine look even better!