Acrobatic couple recreates their wedding photo 10 years later

Acrobatic couple recreates their wedding photo for 10 YEARS in a stunning shoot – with two adorable new additions

  • Jen and Justin took wedding photos on the grounds of the University of Sydney in 2011
  • It featured a stunning image of the dressy couple performing an acrobatic trick
  • Five years later, at Jen’s sister’s wedding, the family took another photo with son
  • And now, on their tenth birthday, there is a third image with their daughter
  • Wedding photographer James Day teamed up with an instructor to take the photos










A married couple who enjoy learning acrobatics in their spare time captured a unique wedding photo ten years later, with their two children helping to perform the difficult tricks.

Wedding photographer James Day met Jen and Justin at their ‘very laid-back’ wedding in Newtown, Sydney, where they rented out their favorite restaurant for guests to eat after the ceremony.

During the couple’s photo shoot on the grounds of the University of Sydney, Jen and Justin decided to perform a difficult gymnastics move, biting Mr. Day for the couple to cherish the moment.

‘She’s a doctor and he works in software. Acrobatics is just a hobby and to this day only Jen has continued to do it,” Mr Day told Daily Mail Australia.

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Photo one: Jen and Justin took this one acrobatic photo on their wedding day in 2011

Photo two: At Jen's sister's wedding, Mr Day took an 'opportunistic' photo of the couple - this time with their young son

Photo two: At Jen’s sister’s wedding, Mr Day took an ‘opportunistic’ photo of the couple – this time with their young son

Photo three: Justin and Jen shared the same photo with their young son and daughter on their tenth wedding anniversary

Photo three: Justin and Jen shared the same photo with their young son and daughter on their tenth wedding anniversary

Fate had it that Mr Day was asked to photograph Jen’s sister’s wedding five years later and Jen and Justin – as guests – decided to strike the same pose for the camera – this time with their young son in tow.

“It was completely opportunistic. Then they contacted me in lockdown and asked if I could take some more photos of them after the restrictions ended. This time it’s with two kids,” Mr. Day said.

“So at the first opportunity we could, and as close to their 10-year anniversary as possible, we went for it.”

On the special day, the couple brought along their acrobatic instructor Jonathan from the Sydney Acrobatics School, who drew up a list of different poses they could perform with all four individuals.

On the special day, the couple brought along their acrobatic instructor who compiled a list of different poses that they could perform with all four individuals.

It took a few minutes to get into position but they were able to hold the final result

On the special day, the couple brought along their acrobatic instructor who compiled a list of different poses that they could perform with all four individuals.

One of those photos mimics the first two they had taken at their wedding and their sister's reception, which they were able to hold for more than a few seconds.

One of those photos mimics the first two they had taken at their wedding and their sister’s reception, which they were able to hold for more than a few seconds.

“He drew them all out and we went through a whole series of them,” said the photographer.

One of those photos mimics the first two they’d taken at their wedding and their sister’s reception, which they were able to hold for more than a few seconds.

Even the kids, who don’t do acrobatics, could stay up for the impressive pose.

And they’ve already set their sights on making the statue a family tradition.

“At the end of the day, Jen and Justin said ‘see you in five years,'” Mr. Day said.

You can see more of James Day’s wedding photography at his Instagram and website.

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