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Meet the Vendor: Mrs Smiths Photography

Natalie Smith (aka Mrs Smith), from Mrs Smiths Photography, is passionate about capturing every detail throughout a couple’s wedding day, so that these moments can be cherished for years to come. Servicing weddings from the Sunshine Coast through to Byron Bay, Nat blends her experience in graphic design with her love of photography to create her own unique creative style of ‘love storytelling’.

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Mrs Smiths Photography

Vendor Profile

OwnerNatalie Smith
Services AvailablePhotography
Experience4 – 9 years
LocationSunshine Coast, QLD to Byron Bay, NSW
Travel availableYes


Rating on Google4.9 stars
Rating on Facebook5 stars

Getting to know Mrs Smiths Photography

Excellence, Personal, Consistent

What inspired you to become a photographer?

I am a graphic designer by trade and I love all things creative. Moving into photography was the next logical step and I love it!

I would describe my signature photographic style as vibrant and true-to-life editorial-style.

What do you love most about being involved in the wedding industry?

I love being able to capture the whole story, from the details and the first look to the party dancing! Photos that capture true emotion and intimacy, where you can feel the love radiating from the image, are my favourite photos of all time.

Can you tell us about the most memorable wedding you have captured?

Goodness, they are all memorable! It would be unfair to name just one! They are all like my children and I definitely don’t have a favourite child ❤️

What advice can you give couples when they are choosing someone to capture their special day?

Make sure you get along with your photographer, as you’re going to spend the whole day with them. Having an engagement shoot is the best way to get to know each other and get you comfortable in front of the camera.

Wedding photography insights from Nat…

  • To help the day run as smoothly as possible, give me as many details as you can beforehand. The more information I have, the better your photos will be.
  • Late afternoon/ sunset is the best time of day to capture that perfect shot.
  • Light and airy or moody images are both trending at the moment.

Thanks for sharing your photos with us, Nat. They’re gorgeous!

If you have any questions about Mrs Smiths Photography, please reach out at the details provided or drop us a line in the comments below.

With warm wedding regards,

Kimberley xx
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