Archive for 'Southern Highlands weddings'
Well I can’t believe that another year has passed! Once again I was very blessed to photograph so many gorgeous weddings. A big thank you to all the beautiful couples whose wedding day I’ve had the pleasure of photographing. Below are some of my favourite images from each wedding and a couple of engagements. Hope I haven’t missed anyone. Heres hoping that 2013 will be just as fabulous!
My last wedding for 2012 was Lucy and Glenn’s gorgeous wedding in the Southern Highlands. Lucy and Glenn were married at St Aiden’s Church in Exeter, followed by their beautiful wedding reception at Montrose Berry Farm. This was my first time photographing at Montrose Berry Farm and I was blown away by how lovely the gardens are. At first I was confused why it was named that as the farm is in Sutton Forest and not in Berry but then I soon discovered that it is because it actually is a berry farm where they grow all types of berries. The wedding guests even got to eat home made berry pie for dessert.
Here are just a few of my favourite photos from Lucy and Glenn’s wedding. Enjoy!
Here is my latest stop motion creation. This one if from Anna and Matt’s wedding at Sylvan Glen in the Southern Highlands of NSW. Enjoy!
Anna and Matt had both their wedding ceremony and reception at the beautiful Sylvan Glen in the Southern Highlands. It was a magical day. I love how gorgeous the light is during the winter months and really wish more couples chose to get married during winter. Anyhow here are a few of my favourite photos from Anna and Matt’s wedding day. Stay tuned for their awesome stop motion film!
Often when I meet people and tell them that I am a wedding photographer they ask me if it gets boring photographing the same thing all the time. I always give the same answer…No because every wedding is different. Yes they are the same in the sense that they are all weddings but each wedding is so different because of what the individual couples bring to it. Katie and Peter’s wedding is a perfect example of that. Everything about their wedding reflected on who they were. They had a country themed wedding in beautiful Kangaroo Valley. The ceremony was at Crystal Creek Meadows and the reception was held inside the Kangaroo Valley Hall which by the way I recommend to anyone wanting a DIY country styled wedding. Katie wore no shoes to the ceremony with a short wedding dress, they had farm animals as place cards at the reception, they entered the reception to Sabotage by the Beastie Boys and they brought along a funny horse head as a prop for the photos. The ceremony location, choice of reception venue and all the little personal touches made Katie and Peter’s wedding unique and different to any other wedding I’ve photographed, as I am sure the next wedding I photograph will be different once again. So no, my job is definitely not boring in any way shape or form!
I love this wedding so much that it was very hard to narrow the photos down to just a few. Enjoy!