Newborn photography is not something we usually get asked to do on the Central Coast NSW. Not because we don’t love babies but probably because when you think of newborn photography you think indoor studio with softbox lighting and adorable pink, blue and white knits. Not us though! We have no idea how to mold newborns and how to style them, but we do love natural outdoor lighting so when Grace asked us to take some photos of her, now family of three, on the Central Coast NSW we were delighted. Although this Winter hasn’t been super cold so far (knock on wood) we were obviously still really mindful of the cooler temps so we kept this shoot short and sweet but still got all the baby cluckiness we needed on the Central Coast NSW.
Another amazing Central Coast wedding from the archives to reflect on. We first met this gorgeous couple in 2016 when we shot their engagement photos at Pearl Beach Central Coast NSW and so it was like catching up with mates on their wedding day at Killcare Beach Central Coast NSW. Hannah and Clay were expecting their first child on their wedding day at Killcare Beach Central Coast NSW and its hard to believe that they now have a toddler! Time sure does fly when you’re enjoying life on the Central Coast NSW.
Another gorgeous Central Coast Wedding from the archives of 2018. Olivia and Jaryd married in 2018 at the Linton Garden Somersby Central Coast NSW and it was a wedding imprinted in the team’s memories. Stunning couple, high school sweet hearts, lush green gardens of Somersby Central Coast NSW, how can we forget! We are just so spoilt for choice with reblogging all the amazing Central Coast Weddings. I gotta say, looking back at all these Central Coast Weddings, has us itching to shoot again! Can not wait to get back out there and start shooting Central Coast Weddings again!
The Forest Chapel Central Coast wedding – We absolutely love the forest chapel in Terrigal, here on the Central Coast, the perfect backdrop for Mikaela’s and Simon’s dream wedding. Though we love photographing by the beach with blue and warm colour tones, being in the middle of a forest provided the perfect scenery, letting us play with more green earthly colour tones, but more importantly their wedding ceremony venue was not too far away from the suburbs, ideal and convenient for all their wedding guests.
It was the week before Australia decided to go into complete lockdown due to recent worldly events (damn Virus) , luckily for our lovely couple, they just snuck their beautiful wedding in.
We began the day taking photographs of our beautiful bride at her home which felt to us like a beach house getaway, before heading over to their ceremony at The Forest Chapel in Terrigal, Central Coast where the nervous groom and close friends and family eagerly awaited. The lush greenery of the Forest Chapel Terrigal Central Coast offered the perfect backdrop for our lovely couple to exchange their vows, secluded from the busy urban life, being one with their nature surroundings.
After a beautiful ceremony among the trees with family and friends at The forest chapel Terrigal, the crew went for a bit of a stroll around The forest Chapel before heading up to the hills at Bouddi national park in the Central Coast. Bouddi providing another stunning backdrop for our couple, reflective of their natural and fun personalities. Once we arrived back at their reception venue (a stone’s throw away from where we were) which was set at their newly refurbished home, the party was well and truly ready to get started and we enjoyed a night of entertaining formalities, good food and great company.
We wish our beautiful wedding couple all the best in married life together!
Though we have shot often at The Springs, Peats Ridge we always love going back. Laura and Liam’s wedding at The Springs, Peats Ridge was no exception, in fact it was probably one of favourite shoots there to date. The day began at Ettalong Beach, Central Coast NSW. The Mantra Ettalong Beach, was the perfect coastal setting for the bridal party to get ready for the celebrations that await.
Once we were all read, it was time to make our way over to The Springs, Peats Ridge where the beautiful ceremony of Laura and Liam took place on the greens of The Springs, Peats Ridge. Before long Laura and Liam had officially tied the knot and it was time to let our hair down and take the golf buggies for a spin around the always gorgeous golf course of The Springs, Peats Ridge. As the afternoon turned to night it was time to walk back up to the club house at The Springs, Peats Ridge, a photographers ideal day to have everything in the one spot! We celebrated Liam and Laura’s special day with delicious food and overflowing beverages before the crowd hit the dance floor at The Springs, Peats Ridge to dance the night away.
Always a pleasure to be shooting back at Glenworth Valley, Central Coast, topped off with beautiful, kind couple Tiarna and Tim. We started off the with boys at a property not too far from Glenworth Valley Weddings, where Tim was getting ready for the day ahead with the guys and his parents.
We then head over to catch up with the girls at Glenworth Valley where we did some bridal boudoir and where the girls got dressed and enjoyed some champagne. After Tiarna got into the most stunning gown, it was time to make our way to the ceremony at Glenworth Valley Weddings, where Tim and their guest were all eagerly awaiting her arrival.
After a beautiful ceremony with the lush green backdrop we spent a little bit of time strolling around Glenworth Valley weddings before the always magical Running Of The Horses at Glenworth Valley, when their 200 horses are mustered out of the horse riding yards every afternoon.
When it was time to make our way inside, the guests were ready to get the night’s celebrations underway with the formalities and of course Tiarna tearing up the dance floor, being a professional dancer and all! So much fun!
Chanelle and Brad’s wedding at the Springs Peat Ridge on the Central Coast started off with the girls at an Air BnB in Peats Ridge. With lots of family and children around and with the all the girls getting ready at the same time, it was organised chaos but you could feel the happy vibes and the excitement in the air. Even the roosters wanted in on the good vibes!
Not too long after we headed over to the boys who were already at the Springs Peats Ridge suiting up and greeting guests as they arrived at the Springs Peats Ridge Central Coast. The ceremony, that was held on the golf course of the Springs Peat Ridge Central Coast, was perfect. The warm afternoon sunshine and the love felt from all their guests was just beautiful at the Springs Peats Ridge Central Coast. After exchanging vows, the newly weds and their entourage took the golf buggies out for a spin on the golf course and enjoyed a couple of champagnes as the afternoon came to an end. Before long we all made our way back up to the reception at Springs Peats Ridge Central Coast where everyone went nuts for the photo booth and tunes whilst still celebrating and enjoying the formalities of the evening at Springs Peats Ridge Central Coast.
Thanks again Chanelle and Brad (and Mila) for having us!
We absolutely love it when our past Central Coast wedding photography couples get in touch with the wonderful news of a new little family member! And it’s always such a pleasure being able to capture a little snippet of their new family life on the Central Coast NSW. We met Carly and Matt and gorgeous baby girl Edie at Soldiers Beach Central Coast NSW on a perfect Autumn afternoon in the sunshine with amazing ocean views and views of Norah Head Central Coast NSW. There was a bit of curiosity and hesitation to the strange man holding a huge camera but it was a fun afternoon with this little family on the Central Coast NSW and the photos are as natural and real as can be with a baby, and absolutely beautiful!
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!
We were really looking forward to this wedding as it was the first time we got to shoot at the cathedral in Newcastle, NSW. We don’t shoot in Newcastle, NSW as frequently as the Central Coast, NSW so it was fun to venture up north for a change of scenery outside the Central Coast, NSW. The Autumn weather was absolutely perfect, and we got to visit some of our favourite Newcastle, NSW spots including Newcastle Ocean Baths, Caves Beach and Hickson Street Lookout. Check out Skye and Brad’s gorgeous images below!