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Camilla & Adler's Point Piper Wedding

Camilla & Adler had double the celebrations with their wedding. Their original wedding date was disrupted by COVID restrictions so they held their small wedding on the original date at McKell Park and made it official with their closest family. Fast forward two months later and weddings were back on and they held their gorgeous wedding celebration attended by all their guests at the Royal Motor Yacht Club at Point Piper.

(Scroll down to bottom for their Bonus Backstory 😍)


Looking back at 2020 and 2021, it was a strange old time. Restrictions made our lives very difficult and weddings were no exception. But the challenges you face as a couple strengthen your relationship and make you appreciate all the little things in life even more. So the silver lining with Camilla & Adler's wedding was we got Sydney to ourselves and the photos were so much more surreal. Where there should be crowds, it was just us and one or two other people around. We stood in the middle of George St, had the Opera House to ourselves and got around really quickly with no traffic!

An intimate affair but a beautiful celebration nonetheless.


Crazily, just two months later, restrictions were lifted and we could come together again.

Camilla & Adler had their wedding with their guests in attendance at the RMYC in Point Piper. The vibe was definitely more party and enjoying time with family & friends. After their ceremony, the couple went straight into cocktails and mingling. We had already done their couples photos after their first wedding, so it was great to shift straight into the reception with no break for photos. Silver lining was that Camilla got to wear her stunning wedding dress twice! A clever feather shrug changed up Camilla's wedding dress for the reception and that red number was a stunner for their first dance. Champers flowed all night and the dancing went off.

Loved that the couple used their photos from their first wedding as framed prints and scatter prints to decorate the venue too!

It was a damn fine occasion.