Another gorgeous Central Coast Wedding, this time a Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding, the wedding of Tara and Sean. The day started off with the boys for this Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding, and we knew right away that we were going to be in for a fun Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding. You could tell these boys had been lifelong friends with their shenanigans and banter so we were just as excited for the day ahead. We then made our way over to the girls and it just started to rain too, but you would never know because Tara and her bridesmaids and family, were just so happy that this Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding day was here and they all knew, rain, hail or shine that this Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding was going to be epic! There was no plan B and the ceremony started off with rain and umbrellas but by the time the couple exchanged vows the rain had cleared up and for the rest of the day we had soft, calm light – a Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding Photographers dream. With so many hidden gems around this Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding property, we didn’t need to venture far and after a wander, the bridal party were eager to get back to the reception to celebrate this Yarramalong Central Coast Wedding. Just as we suspected this party did not disappoint! Everyone, including Nan, was up for a fun night with everyone on their feet dancing for the entire night! The crowd paused for speeches but then were right back into it – there would have been quite a few sore heads the next morning but definitely well worth it!
It was so wonderful to be a part of this high-school sweetheart’s wedding at Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding. We started off the day in Katie and Nathan’s Newcastle NSW neighborhood before heading over to Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding reception. Katie and Nathan exchanged vows among family and friends in a church ceremony shortly before making our way over to Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding. Before reaching Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding, however, with the stunning weather, we made a few stops along the way for bridal party photos including Hickson Street lookout and the beautiful vineyards at Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding. Time flies when you’re having a ball and it wasn’t long before we all made our way back to Dalwood Estate Hunter Valley wedding where the wedding party kicked off and Katie and Nathan celebrated the night away with their loved ones.
Looking back over the past couple of years, we have been so fortunate to shoot so many amazing families on the Central Coast NSW. Even during a world pandemic, we spent some bright sunny afternoons with happy, loving families on the Central Coast NSW, which really did solidify the fact that family really is the most important thing in the world. Here are a few snippets of some of the beautiful families we have shot on the Central Coast NSW. Coming into the cooler months, the weddings tend to ease off a little and its just the perfect time for a family portrait session. The light is softer, social outings and commitments tend to calm down and families are spending more time with one another and have more time to relax on a weekend afternoon for a family portrait session on the Central Coast NSW. Spaces are filling up quickly though, so if a family portrait session on the Central Coast NSW has been something you have been thinking about, drop us an email and lets book a family portrait session on the Central Coast NSW in! As we have all experienced, a lot can happen in a year so don’t delay it any further – precious memories captured in time are always moments that you can look back on and appreciate.
We love a family portrait session at Norah Head Lighthouse, especially when the extended fam get involved at Norah Head Lighthouse. Such precious memories of great grandparents, grandparents, children, Aunts and Uncles at Norah Head Lighthouse that we can cherish for years and years to come at Norah Head Lighthouse.
A beautiful Caves Beach Wedding on a beautiful day! We were looking forward to being their wedding photographer this amazing couple at Caves Beach last year in November. We first met Lindsay and Mitch when we shot their engagement photos at the beginning of last year and shortly after, the wedding industry was pretty much turned upside down and it was a stressful time for all vendor and couples. After a few back and forth emails on deciding whether they should move their wedding day, Lindsay and Mitch decided to keep their Caves Beach Wedding in November.
It must have been an anxious lead up to their November Caves Beach Wedding, not knowing if the day would proceed and we would all be thrown back into another massive lockdown, but the C-Bug gods were on our side and the couple enjoyed a beautiful, sunny ceremony at Caves Beach surrounded by family and friends. And after the crazy lockdowns, you could just feel the level of good vibes and happiness at this Caves Beach wedding with everyone coming together again and having their minds taken off all the stress of the months prior. It was special for Lindsay and Mitch, but also special for the guests to be out socialising and having a good time at Caves Beach.
Venue – Caves Coastal Bar and Bungalows | Celebrant – Hungry Hearts Co – Lauren Hensby | Dress – Final Touch Bridal | Videographer – Anne Estaban | Flowers – DIY | Makeup – Makeup by Ebony Smith | Hair – Evolve Hair and Beauty Bar | Ceremony music – Steve Lee Music | Reception DJ – Soho DJs | Cake – Michelle the Cake Chef
Ah Bouddi National Park and Putty Beach – probably our favourite Central Coast location to shoot at. Being a Central Coast photographer, we are definitely not short of amazing locations to shoot at, however there is just something magical about Bouddi National Park that keeps drawing us back in… and we know you can see it too ,which is why Bouddi National Park and Putty Beach are our most requested photography locations! Loved by locals and Sydney-siders, Bouddi National Park and Putty Beach is our little hidden gem only a stone throw away from home. It is no surprise that the meaning of ‘Bouddi” in the local Aboriginal language translates to “heart” or “heart land”. If you have always dreamed of beautiful images with your loved ones at Bouddi National Park and Putty Beach, we’d love to hear from you – a great excuse for us to keep coming back too!
We at Central Coast Wedding and Portrait Photographer were absolutely in love with this family and the beautiful light we had for their family portrait the other week. We spent a beautiful afternoon at the park where, surprise surprise, most family photographers usually hang out to take breathtaking and timeless images for amazing people, such as the case with our lovely family. We at Central Coast Wedding and Portrait Photographer were lucky enough to have the best light to capture this photogenic family. Making my job as a Central Coast Wedding and Portrait Photographer so easy, just simply placed them in beautiful light and the portrait images speak for themselves.
The trick for Family photos is just to be yourselves. Add that with your favourite subtle coloured clothing (which we always say avoid bold colours and large logos) with exceptional portrait lighting, which is normally early morning or late afternoon, all combined to make simple timeless images for your family to remember for years to come. As a Central Coast Wedding and Portrait Photographer, we love travelling and finding new spots, especially places with beautiful light, and meeting amazing people to capture relaxed and candid family moments. If you and your family are keen for timeless and relaxed family photos, then we are Central Coast Wedding and Portrait Photographer aka Coast Wedding Photography are super keen to meet you. We love being behind the camera to capture your memories. Coat Wedding Photography Specialising in wedding and portrait photography throughout the Central Coast, The Hunter Valley, Newcastle and Sydney.
This shoot, although was done last year, was just too good not to share! This was actually the second engagement shoot we did for these guys at Norah Head. Not because the first shoot wasn’t amazing, because it was, but it was super late start last time due to Lindsay’s hair and makeup so we didn’t have a lot of light left, plus it rained half way through the shoot! So when the team got together and decided they wanted to do some photography workshops to gear up for a busy 2021, Lindsay and Mitch were the first couple to spring to mind. On the contrary, we had amazing sunshine at Norah Head plus Norah Head isn’t somewhere we have shot very often so it was a great afternoon of creativity and fun at Norah Head. We will be blogging their beautiful Caves Beach wedding in the coming weeks too. Enjoy this Norah Head Photography!
After a VERY quiet year of weddings, we were so fortunate for our last wedding for 2020 to be this one! Killcare and MacMasters Beach are two places that we could never get over shooting. No matter how many times we shoot at Killcare and MacMasters Beach we are always in awe with the gorgeous scenery we have only minutes from home. We sure are the lucky country with places like Killcare and MacMasters Beach. Jemimah and Joel celebrated their special day on private property at MacMasters Beach amongst their closest friends and family. A simple, yet elegant set up on the parents property at MacMasters Beach, was the perfect location for Jemimah and Joel to exchange vows. Shortly after the ceremony, led by their church pastor, we all decided to take a drive up to Bouddi National Park Killcare. A bit of rain during the ceremony and a mainly overcast day actually worked in our favour with the soft, warm light we had consistently through the day. No harsh sunshine or speckled light, no heat wave conditions, no bad vibes.. was literally the perfect day! Thank you again for having us. Love this blog entry, you will too.
It’s a new year! And with that comes change, much-needed change! (after the year that we just had) Most of our wedding bookings from last year are now going ahead this year, which means it will be a busy year for most wedding photographers (fingers crossed) this year.
In 2020 surprising though, we booked triple the number of family portraits than we usually do. And with that it allowed us to reflect on the importance of the year that was. Although it was a tough year for most, it was certainly a year where most humans across the globe cherished what was most important to them, and the result was often simple and right in front of them. And for us here at Coast, it was evident that the true thing that mattered the most was family and being part of a group of people where we feel most secure and loved was important. We were fortunate enough to see this through the families we have been involved with during the past 9 months. An absolute honour!
Saying this, we have now created a new and simple portrait package for everyone to take advantage of. This includes
60-minute portrait session on location | A checklist to help you prepare for your portrait session | Secure online digital gallery-ready a week after your session | Downloadable printable images
Contact us today to take advantage of our family portrait package and start the year off with lasting memories. Email Victoria info(a)coastweddingphotography.com.au