I’m delighted to share this lovely sunken garden wedding of Oli and Meaghan at Cannizaro House which was captured by Grace Pham Photography.
Oli and Meaghan, they are just awesome people. They met each other on a two week summer acting course. The first class activity they did was hold eye contact with each other for five minutes straight! Must have been love at first sight. To the groom, Meaghan is inspiring, kind and beautiful. The bride described Oli as passionate, dedicated and eccentric.
Please tell us a little bit about the day and how it went
Oli & Meaghan’s enchanting garden wedding embodied a spirit of joy and celebration that moved everyone with their love. The wedding ceremony was held in the sunken garden at Cannizaro House. It was the most romantic setting to get married. Their words made us smile and cry. Oli & Meaghan did a wonderful job to bring it all together and created a truly memorable day that was relaxed, full of emotion and so much fun.
Do tell us a little bit about yourself
I adore weddings and recently got married to my partner of 12 years! I am passionate about photography and nothing says beauty, honesty and joy more than a couple on their wedding day. I’ve created pictures for as long as I can remember, and grateful every day I can do what I love.
How would you describe your photography style?
As a documentary photographer I capture the moments as they unfold, the smiles, emotional tears and love. I am captivated by the joys and sentiments of the bride and groom on their wedding day. A day which should speak of love and captured candidly, without intrusion.
What did you love about the day?
It is so beautiful to see two young people madly in love with each other. The garden setting where they got married was just perfect. Oli & Meaghan were a joy to photograph and it was a real honour to be part of their special day.
Quotes from the couple:
‘We chose the sunken garden on a cycle ride one Sunday. I had never seen Cannizaro House before and Oli wanted to show me it as a possible wedding location. (I don’t think we were engaged yet hahaha!) He grew up nearby and always loved playing in the park. The minute I looked at the sunken garden, we both knew that was what we wanted.’
‘The most memorable part of our wedding day was probably looking at our family and friends assembled at the end of the ceremony. I didn’t think sharing our love would be such a lovely, inclusive and yet intimate experience. I felt closer to everyone in that moment ‘
‘Grace, thank you so much for the absolutely stunning photos. We couldn’t have been happier to have you as such an integral part of our day. We also wanted to say a huge thank you for the video clips of the dances! You really thought of everything. Thank you a million times over!