Rozmeri & Anthony’s wedding started with music. I recommend this for any wedding:) There were drums, clarinets, accordions and singing. The band arrived at Rozmeri’s house as the girls were getting their make up done and they stayed until the end of the evening – so much energy and such a celebration! This was a Macedonian wedding with lots of music, lots of dancing, a bit of bread making, some pretty important vows, more dancing and plenty of drinking.
Karl & I had so much fun photographing Rozmeri & Anthony’s wedding. While the girls were getting ready, some of her family prepared the traditional loaf of bread.After the girls had finished getting ready, the best man arrived where he helped Rozmeri with her shoes after he bribed his way into the room (but before he came into the house, the band greeted him at the front door and there was more music and dancing). Rozmeri’s dad then escorted her outside for a dance with the band playing in the background and it’s some of these photos of Rozmeri and her Father that are my favourites from the day.
The ceremony was held at Lady of Sacred Heart Parish with the reception following at Doltone House, Sylvania Waters. The reception started with some more Macedonian music and everyone was up on the dance floor and must have been dancing for a good hour before they sat back down again to enjoy entree’s. Well, the music and dancing didn’t stop for anyone and what better way to celebrate the start of a marriage.
Thanks Rozmeri and Anthony for having us capture your special day.