We’ve only really had a small handful of bright sunny weddings this year on the Central Coast NSW. And luckily for Katy and Ryan, they picked the perfect day at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW. Although Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW isn’t too far from us, it has surprisingly been a while since we last shot at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW so it was so refreshing to be back. We started the day with boys at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW which is usually the case. The boys were organised and chilled so literally got suited up right away so that we could spend a bit more shoot time with the girls at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW. This Northern Beaches crew were down to earth and just wanted to savour every moment of the day so the girls enjoyed some sparkling in the yard at their Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW AirBnB before getting dressed in their gowns for the celebrations to come. Soon enought, Katy was ready to put on her gown and we got some super cute shots of her ladies reactions once dressed, we just love capturing these candid moments at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW. The time had come to make our way over to the beachside Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW where Ryan, their adorable little son, and their guests awaited. Beach weddings are often really tricky with the wind, however amongst all this year’s rain, the sky was blue, the sun was shining and the wind was minimal – perfect conditions for a Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW wedding! It was not long until Ryan and Katy became husband and wife, guests cheered and greeted the newly weds at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW and after some group photos with family and friends at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW, the bridal party took a bit of time out for their Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW location shoot before partying the rest of the night away. Once we arrived at the reception location at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW, the guests welcomed the bride and groom and could not wait to get this night started at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW. Katy and Ryan, sat amongst the guests which really gave the night an intimate feel and once the formalities were complete, everyone was keen to hit the dance floor for a bit of the Nutbush and Macarena, the two songs that every age group knows the steps to! And after a fun day at Pearl Beach, Central Coast NSW, the short drive home was just icing on the cake for us! What an amazing day and hopefully the sun comes back soon for more of this!
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We had a long haul of overcast and rainy days over the past month or so on the Central Coast NSW but we aren’t complaining. The even light an overcast day brings at Kantara House Central Coast NSW weddings is just as gorgeous as any other day, plus the gardens are looking so lush and green now! We met Sally and Matais last year at Bouddu National Park for their engagement shoot, just a little practice run before the big day. Super breezy shoot for us, so when Sally and Matais’ big day at Kantara House arrived, which is literally down the road for us so big plus, we were so excited to see them tie the knot. The forecast for the week of Sally and Matais wedding was rain, rain, and more rain at Kantara House Central Coast NSW. However, the weather gods heard our calls and although there were little moments of drizzle, for the most part, we enjoyed the gardens to their full capacity! We started off the morning in the gorgeous, country-white bridal suite at Kantara House Central Coast NSW with the girls. The girls were sipping on their sparkling and finishing up their hair and makeup in their gowns and fluffy slippers. Lots of fun and laughter with the girls before the father of the bride arrived for an emotional greeting at Kantara House Central Coast NSW, always such a beautiful moment and I’d be lying if I told you my eyes didn’t swell up a little during post-production! As always, time wasn’t on our side at Kantara House Central Coast NSW and the boys had arrived at Kantara House Central Coast NSW. Looking dapper in their navy suits, we took a few portraits on the boys outside the Charlotte Chapel Kantara House Central Coast NSW before they headed inside to wait for the bride, Sally. The ceremony in the Charlotte Chapel Kantara House Central Coast NSW was a beautiful service surrounded by their closest friends and family and once Sally and Matais exchanged vows, their guests enjoyed some sparkling and ice cream, care of Mr Goaty, at Kantara House Central Coast NSW whilst the bridal party took a stroll around the property of Kantara House Central Coast NSW. So many little hidden garden gems around Kantara House Central Coast NSW, we almost always feel like we could shoot all afternoon however it would be rude of us to keep the newlyweds from their guests eagerly waiting for the party to start at the reception at Kantara House Central Coast NSW. As always the staff at Kantara House Central Coast NSW put on amazing food and beverages (and as suppliers we always get fed well too so major bonus for us!), and once the formalities had been complete, everyone was ready to hit the dance floor at Kantara House Central Coast NSW, young and old didn’t hold back on the dance moves and even got some random pushups on the dance floor too! Good times at Kantara House Central Coast NSW, one that will stick around in the memory bank for quite some time.
Venue: Kantara House Central Coast NSW
We were so excited to blog this wedding shot at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley and Talits Estate Vineyard. Although not our first time shooting at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley, it is always such a treat shooting at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. Such an elegant, country vibe and even though it was a wet overcast day, the stormy clouds provided a backdrop that set a romantic mood for the day. We started our day with the boys at the Hunter Valley where they were taking their time getting ready, enjoying a few beers before the day’s festivities really kicked off. Looking smart in their suits, the boys cleaned up well so that was our cue to head on over to the girls at Talits Estate Vineyard getting ready before heading over the Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. First time shooting at Talits Estate Vineyard and when we arrived there, our jaws literally dropped to the floor. What a stunning property Talits Estate Vineyard is. So many gorgeous little quaint spots to shoot at from the bathroom to the facade. We could shoot at Talits Estate Vineyard all day! Once the girls where ready, it was time for us and the gang to make our way from Talits Estate Vineyard to Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. Renee and Brendan exchanged vows at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley amongst friends and family and though we could see the rain in the distance over the mountains, the rain held off over our couple and before we knew it, these two beautiful humans were announced husband and wife at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. With rolling hills, long grass, storm clouds and a gentle breeze, we did not have to venture far for the perfect backdrop. We had everything we needed right at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. After a quick 90 minute bridal shoot it was time to head back to Renee and Brendan’s guests to enjoy some good food and company at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. The long dining tables and country style set up were the perfect settings at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley and while guests and the bridal party enjoyed great food and wine, the couple enjoyed their first dance as husband and wife, lit up with fireworks and it wasn’t too long before the crowd joined the couple on the dance floor at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley where most of them stayed until the end of the night at Bimbandgen Palmers Lane Hunter Valley. Just before packing up after a long, yet fun shoot, guests farewelled the newlyweds with sparklers and well wishes before heading back to their Hunter Valley retreats to sleep it off! Congratulations again Renee and Brendan!