Mel and Steve are yet another reminder why I do this, a fun loving couple, an awesome bridal party with an incredible bond and a family that shows so much love and togetherness. They truly have their ducks in a row (you’ll see what I mean by that in the photos below)! I am lucky to be let into these people’s live documenting their legacy, it is truly an honor. Today I bring you a sneak peek of their fun celebration at a venue I highly recommend, this wedding really had it all.
Fun, electric, connected, loving, smiles, laughter; are just a few words that encompass Deb and Richard’s wedding at the classically beautiful Euroa Butter Factory. It was so good to be part of wedding that was super relaxed, all the guests just gelled together really well and you could tell they fed off the awesome energy that Deb and Richard gave off. Despite being a hot day, it was all smiles and the last shoot session of the day the light was really turned on for us. Feel free to share these photographs, everyone needs to the love between these two.
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A beautiful story of two high school sweethearts getting married is a beautiful thing, just like these two Jane and Miles. I have actually known Jane for a couple of years now, working with her on a couple of modelling projects which was bags of fun, and now I have had the privilege to photograph their wedding at one of my now favourite wedding venues. Gorgeous chapel, beautiful lush greenery, a cool rustic vibe and the best bit; a donkey to pat! The donkey actually took a great liking to Miles, must be his calm nature.
It was great to see such a close group of family and friends, everyone got involved to make their day so special. And I love your work bridal party, you guys were the best! Hope you all enjoy the sneak peek, be sure to follow my Facebook and Instagram for updates.
For the first wedding back of the 2018-19 season, I had the pleasure of photographing Siobhan and Joseph's wedding at the stunning Euroa Butter Factory and St Joseph's Church in Benalla. Boy, these families know how to party, I couldn't help getting in on the dance floor late into the night. Enjoy this little sneak peek of this fun filled wedding on a sunny day in Euroa.
I always ask my couples before the wedding day, 'what is going to be the most important aspect of your wedding day?' and pretty much 99% of the time they answer 'the coming together of family and friends for a celebration.' In Kate and Steve's case, this was met in every true sense of those words. No distracting elements and no military precision timeline, just an intimate gathering, closeness, dancing and drinking while the sun went down. I hope you enjoy these photographs as much as I did taking them.
Venue: Cave Hill Creek Beaufort
Dress by: http://www.circe.com.au
Make Up by: Laura Parnell
I didn't get to meet Kate and Steve until a short while before their wedding, when we needed to lock down the schedule for their wedding day. From what they told me that night, this wasn't going to be any ordinary wedding. No super tight schedule, no laundry list of formalities. This made for a super relaxed day, to concentrate on one thing, the presence of each other and the gathering of friends and family at a venue that reflected their spirited connection.
At no time I needed during our shoot session any direction, there was a beautiful natural energy between these two, truly an amazing spectacle. They started off with a 'First look' which is a fun energetic way to start the day, followed by a walk with their bridal party through the stunning grounds of Cave Hill Creek to be finally greeted by their guests at the incredible ceremony location overlooking the lake.
Enjoy this sneak peek as much as I enjoyed being part of this day.