This one is from the archives ~ such a gorgeous Central Coast Wedding. Can not believe this Central Coast Wedding was over a year ago now. Looking forward to shooting more amazing Central Coast Weddings in 2020.
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!
Can’t believe I haven’t blogged this gorgeous family yet! We spent a lovely afternoon at our favourite spot on the Coast – Bouddi National Park Killcare and Putty Beach Killcare. Amazing beach at Killcare, adorable little baby and such a beautiful little family at Killcare. Contact us to book in your Summer portraits at Killcare. Enjoy!
Always love shooting at Kantara House Central Coast. The quaint little chapel, the big white window panes in the guest room, the lush green surrounds, and the spacious reception room and all down the road from home from Kantara House Central Coast!
We started off the day down at Long Jetty with Brenden and the boys before they travelled in style down to Kantara House Central Coast in a kombi shortly after catching up with Verity and the girls in the guest room at Kantara House Central Coast.
Once ready, looking beautiful but feeling slightly nervous and excited, we took a very short stroll over to the Kantara House Central Coast Chapel where guests and our groom were eagerly waiting.
Verity and Brenden said their I do’s within the company of their nearest and dearest at Kantara House Central Coast chapel. While the guests enjoyed canapes and champagne under the fairy lights at Kantara House Central Coast, the bridal party did not have to venture far for some photos of the newly weds after the ceremony. And as the old saying goes, times flies when you are having fun and it was time to head inside at Kantara House Central Coast to enjoy some delicious food and dance the night away at Kantara House Central Coast!
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 were so looking forward to Lani and Shirley’s wedding. Not only because we absolutely love Gunners Barracks Mosman, Sydney but because it was our very first same sex wedding since the law changed last year! Yay! It was a stunning day on Sydney Harbour, where I met up with Lani & Shirley ready for the celebrations that were yet to unfold. We spent our time enjoying the world class views of Sydney Harbour, capturing the love between these two before heading over to Gunners Barracks Mosman Sydney where Shirley and Lani were greeted by guests from near and wide. After a beautiful ceremony at Gunners Barracks Mosman Sydney, we went for a little walk around the grounds of Gunners Barracks Mosman Sydney before headings back to the reception at Gunners Barracks Mosman Sydney to get the party going. And it wasn’t long before the DJ cranked up the salsa tunes and tequila shots started making the rounds. Lots of sore heads in the morning, but loads of fun memories made too at Gunners Barracks Sydney Mosman.
As much as we love our Central Coast weddings, every now and then its exciting to venture outside the Central Coast NSW to new and beautiful venues such as Gledswood Homestead & Winery. Abegail and Jeric exchanged vows in a lovely church ceremony at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church before their loved ones before heading out to Gledswood Homestead & Winery. With ideal light, we went for a stroll around the grounds of Gledswood Homestead & Winery with the bridal party and enjoyed the lovely afternoon as well as some McDonalds! As day turned to night, we headed to the reception, conveniently located at Gledswood Homestead & Winery to enjoy a night of celebrating the newly weds!
We are back from our mid-year break and reading for the Central Coast wedding season to kick off again. But just before we do so we just had to blog Sam and Jody’s Kincumber, Central Coast wedding.
With such a chilled, laid back, boho styled wedding this Kincumber, Central Coast NSW was absolute pleasure and breeze to shoot. Everyone was just out for a good relaxed time in Kincumber, Central Coast NSW. And with the entire wedding day in the one spot in Kincumber, Central Coast we didn’t have to chase the light or worry about traffic and parking – a photographers dream!
Enjoy these earthy toned images and thank you Jody and Sam for letting us capture the magic!
We love shooting up at Somersby Central Coast. Linton Gardens Somersby is not unfamilar to us however, it was our very first time shooting at Linton Gardens Somersby during the cooler months. When we arrived at Linton Gardens Somersby it was just gorgeous seeing all the warm and golden autumn leaves giving shade to the ceremony and providing such a beautiful backdrop to Emily and Aaron’s wedding at Linton Gardens Somersby. It was a relaxed and breezy wedding with everything we needed all in the one spot from bride prep all the way through to the reception at Linton Gardens Somersby. Thanks for having us guys and as always, looking forward to our next Linton Gardens Wedding Somersby.
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!