|A little over a month ago, I was honoured to be approached by Trudy + Nadia from Love Bird Weddings, to photograph a styled shoot at The Verandahs (an incredible property) in the Byron Bay hinterland, in the small country town of Bangalow. The idea was to provide an all-encompassing feel of a wedding at this venue – from the stationery and invitation suite, right through to the sort of food that would compliment the setting. The creative team behind this shoot was hand selected by the girls and these vendors certainly didn’t disappoint…
There are so many amazing locations to shoot wedding photography in the Byron Bay hinterland. The incredible landscapes and old character to the area is exactly why I love to shoot weddings here… it’s like everywhere you look there is another beautiful wedding photograph just waiting for the right bride and groom to be involved.What’s to follow is a visual feast for the eyes full of inspiring details, which was an absolute joy to shoot. So sit back, grab a glass of wine and enjoy…
|The amazing vendors involved:
Venue: Verandahs, Byron Bay
Stylist, Furniture & Decor: Lovebird Weddings
Gowns: Jennifer Gifford Designs
Suits: Wil Valor
Models: Division Management
Stationery/Signage: With Love
Flowers: Cotton Blossom
Cakes: The Cake That Ate Paris
Catering: Your Gourmet
Hair: Hair by Leah
Makeup: Lily Fontana
|Not that long ago I had the honour of shooting the wonderful wedding of very close friends of mine, Brookie + Joel are an amazing couple and their gold coast wedding was nothing but spectacular. So many laughs, tears and plenty of dancing…..But for now…
Here’s a little sneak peek for you all, full wedding to follow soon…
|You may remember Naomi + Caleb, from their sneak peek I posted last month. To be honest, I’ve been busting at the seams to bring you their wedding in full, so without further delay, read on.
Set in the small country town of Killarney just on the border of NSW & QLD is Naomi’s grandparents property. It was important for the couple to incorporate as many personal and meaningful touches as possible. This made their country inspired wedding all the more special. Well, that and the undeniable connection that they share which is evident in these photos. I can honestly say that I was completely moved throughout this wedding – there were so many special, heartfelt and teary moments and I was overjoyed not only for them, but their families too. It was an honour to be there to capture their wedding.
Naomi + Caleb, thank you so much for inviting me to share in your wedding day and being your creative wedding photographer. I hope you enjoy these photos for many years to come.