I remember being there at one of their first “preliminary dates”, where Alicia and I were having dinner with these two, trying to fan the sparks into flames. Nicky & I go way back, at one point we were both working at a Thai restaurant together. There’s never a dull moment with Nicky, he’s always full of energy, always smiling, and always ready to bust out some ridiculous dance moves. Needless to say, their wedding was anything but dull. I love that they had their ceremony in the city (the beautiful 333 Collins St), which gave us a chance to stroll around the city for photos. It might’ve felt more like a hike for the bridesmaids in heels, and I still feel terrible that I got carried away behind the camera. Foot aches aside, nothing dampened the party when the dance floor started. The reception was held at Farm Vigano, and being a sucker for anything with a story behind it, I’ve always loved shooting there. If you’re interested to find out who this country home belonged to, and pretty much the beginnings of Italian restaurants in Australia, click here!