Uneke Warehouse Wedding Wagga Wagga | Sashi + Mark

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I knew these two were my kind of people the very first time we met. You know when you meet some people and you’re like “please don’t leave, stay in my life forever”? Yeah, Sashi and Mark are those kinds of people. I can’t believe I get to do this as a “job”… where I walk into weddings with clients and walk out with friends, how lucky am I?!

Saturday was their 6th anniversary together and they even sealed their ceremony with a tequila shot!!! (because marriage is like a good shot of tequila, apparently) From hand made bouquets with book pages, to The Simpson figurine topped wedding cake, this wedding will go down as an all-time favorite!! FYI, this was also my first time photographing at Uneke Warehouse in Wagga, what an incredible venue, thank you guys for having me!

Enjoy some of my favorite images from their day, this one was hard to narrow down! Thank you Sashi and Mark for inviting me into your life to photograph this day for you – it was such a blast, can we do it again?! *cue the happy tears*

Photography | Roslyn Clare Photography
Videography | Luke Crouch
Ceremony + Reception | Uneke Warehouse
Celebrant | Weddings By Lauren 
Cake | Harans Patisserie 
MUA | Saan Clare Burey
Hair Stylist | Rachael Waller
Brides Dress | BHLDN
Bridesmaids Dresses | The Gown House
Groomsman Accessories | The Mahoosive (wooden bow ties)

Roslyn xx

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