On the morning of the elopement, I arrived in the dark to meet Ben and his parents. We made our way down to the beach with Haley and picked the spot for the ceremony before I raced back to meet Elle and some more friends and family.
When I received a phone call from Jess’ Mum a couple of days before their Clifftop Elopement was set to happen, I was certainly a little surprised but so excited to potentially be a part of it! Jess and Michael planned to tie the knot on a mountaintop overlooking Patonga.
What I loved most about this wedding was the relaxed vibe. The first time I met Rebecca, the bride, she told me that one of the main reasons they had chosen Pacific Palms as the location for their wedding was because they didn’t have a curfew to finish up the reception. They were able to dance around and party until whatever time they pleased.
Set in the countryside of the NSW Central Coast at Yarramalong Valley Farmstay. Meaghan and Phil’s Rustic setup blew my mind. Think vintage furniture around one long banquet table under fairylights and the stars!
Tocal Homestead, nestled in the picturesque Hunter Valley of New South Wales, provides the ideal backdrop for a dream wedding. This was my first time photographing a wedding at Tocal Homestead, but it just made me want to go back. The magnificent heritage property, surrounded by lush gardens and rolling hills, exudes elegance and romance […]