My Mum had taken with her a bag of flower petals and handed them out to a few people, so we did a little rose petal photo, I was a little excited it seems?
Then of course, the aftermath of wearing a strapless dress and having people throw rose petals on you, at least it was amusing!
We then headed upstairs to the roof of the chapel to have our formal family shots. Now dont get me wrong, im sure you are incredibly interested in seeing all 58 photos that we took during the family photos session, but instead ill just stick to the immediates. The top of the chapel has the most amazing view! I am totally in love with the backdrop for our family shots.
Lets get things started with Mr Teaspoon's family; his parents and 2 little brothers:
My family; my parents and little bro:
Of course, we had to get a shot with our bridal party with this beautiful view, how could we pass that one up? Both the bridge and the opera house plus a few boats thrown in for good measure.
How did you decide on your backdrop for your formal family portraits?
Miss a Teaspoon recap? Catch up here:
Good Morning - Easing into the wedding day with a morning walk and a delicious breakfast
The boys get dressed - then undressed again.
The girls get pretty - wearing the most expensive dress I will ever own
My Somethings - Incorporating the rhyme into our day.
Walking down the aisle - the longest walk of my life
Mass of Love (Part 1) - We make things official
Mass of Love (Part 2) - Communion before processing out to the most awesome song ever.
Free Hugs - sharing the love outside the chapel