When Belinda and Tom booked us for their Acre Eatery, Sydney wedding they told us to keep it a secret. That’s because friends and family were expecting an engagement party! We started the afternoon off by the harbour in Balmain Sydney for some pre-wedding photos in the sunshine. No fuss, just Belinda and Tom casually enjoying their afternoon together. We then headed over to Acre Eatery, Sydney where Belinda and Tom enjoyed drinks before Belinda quietly crept away to change and when she reentered, the looks on everyones faces was priceless! The happy couple exchanged vows at Acre Eatery, Sydney and unexpectedly became husband and wife and continued to party the night away at the Acre Eatery, Sydney. Lots of sore heads the next morning for sure!
As a Central Coast Photographer, it’s often nice to get out of the Central Coast to photograph beautiful portraits with stunning light. Although we can’t really complain as a central coast photographer of the light here, it was nice spending the afternoon taking portraits with this young family, taking priceless moments of their time together at Centennial Park in Sydney. The afternoon light and mild cool air provided us with the perfect conditions which this central coast photographer absolutely loves and definitely does not take for granted. A relaxed, natural approach along with formal group photos provided variety for their portraits. Here are a few photos we captured for them, we’re off again today to photograph another beautiful wedding here on Central Coast, what an amazing day for it making this central coast photographer ultra happy! Hope you enjoy some e of these photos…
We’d heard about Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW and seen Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW on the Bachelorette Australia when Ali was down to her top 3 guys (yes, I’ll admit I watched it in the background whilst Vic was watching!), so being a photographer, of course Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW was at the top of my list of venues to shoot at. And luckily enough, Stephanie and Michael chose us to be apart of their Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW wedding. A photographers dream wedding is to spend the entire day at one venue but to also be spoilt with choice for variety, at that’s exactly what we go at this Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW wedding!
We started off the morning with Michael and his family as well as his best mate and best man for the day before heading over to see Stephanie and her family in a gorgeous rustic/vintage styled house with beautiful chandeliers and huge draped windows. It wasn’t long until it was time to head off the outdoor ceremony amongst the lush greenery Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW has to offer. A lovely ceremony witnessed by Stephanie and Michael’s friends and family was followed by champagne, canapes and lawn games whilst the bridal party went for a walk around the Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW to take some photos of the newly weds.
Such beautiful Central Coast sunshine was followed by a balmy evening in the wedding marquee at Fernbank Farm, Central Coast NSW where the newly weds and their guests enjoyed some fun speeches, great food and wine with lively entertainment and dancing!
We were very excited to be shooting at Kangy Gardens, Central Coast for Hannah and Sam’s wedding as it was our first time shooting at this stunning location. Always a treat for this Central Coast Photographer!
Perfectly set up for a wedding, Kangy Gardens offers lush gardens, rustic styling, an undercover ceremony venue, gorgeous reception marquee and so many little hidden gems for guests and the bridal party to enjoy champagne and to take beautiful photography as well, of course!
We usually start our day with the boys, however we started with the girls first at Kangy Gardens, Central Coast NSW getting ready for the celebrations that await before heading over to Kangy Gardens, Central Coast NSW to catch up with the boys shortly before the ceremony was to commence at Kangy Gardens, Central Coast NSW. A lovely ceremony surrounded by close friends and family was enjoyed by all before guests enjoyed canapés and champagne in the gardens whilst we head off for some bridal party photos.
Such a gorgeous location meant we did not have to venture offsite for the shoot and spent the sunny afternoon at Kangy Gardens, before kicking off the party in the beautiful wedding marquee. Guests partied the night away to the live band and were also treated to a song by the bride herself!