Kat + Henry Merri Creek Intimate Wedding
Kat and Henry got married close to their home in Brunswick. Their Merri Creek Trail wedding touched me beyond words. The love they had for one another was so beautiful, that it brought me to tears numerous times throughout this remarkable day.
They met over seas in Greece, fell for one another, and the rest is pretty much history.
Kat and Henry found a place for their Brunswick wedding ceremony not too far from Lygon street nestled up from the Merri Creek.
I met them at The Union Hotel where they were hanging out and enjoying some food with their close family and friends.
We took some casual pictures there before heading to the ceremony a few minutes away.
During the ceremony, there were a few speeches, but the one that got me was given by Malcolm. I asked Kat if I could share the words here with everyone, and she agreed.
When asked “what is time?” By his daughter, a father wrote ‘I can only tell you that time is to me, turning and turning while the world is turning around a star that turns around a centre that turns around the whole time. Among all the other things–the little turning animals on all the little turning worlds–there’s me, trying to turn to you.’
I feel like I could go on forever about these two.
But I just want to again let them know how grateful I am to have been a part of their Merri Creek Trail wedding day. A photographer can’t ask for better clients. Thanks you guys for the shout out during the speeches!
Go on over to view all the photos from the wedding day HERE.
Kyle Larson is a Seattle wedding photographer. Since 1999 I have been documenting life with a camera. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing beautiful wedding celebrations through out the pacific northwest and have traveled to destination weddings overseas. Kyle also offers portrait photography for families and commercial clients.
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