After a very warm and dry Summer, we were hit with weeks of rainfall. Kiara and James didn’t let a bit of rain dampen their spirits on their wedding day at Firescreek Winery and Gracelands Forresters Beach Central Coast NSW. Before heading over to Firescreek Winery Central Coast, we met up with Kiara and the girls. We kept the shoot indoors due to the rain however once we arrived at Firescreek Winery Central Coast and met up with James and the boys at Firescreek Winery Central Coast the rain settled to a light sprinkle and the beautiful lush gardens looked absolutely amazing for their Firescreek Winery Central Coast outdoor ceremony. After exchanging vows in front of their loved ones at Firescreek Winery Central Coast, the crew took a few shots at Firescreek Winery Central Coast before we drove off to Forresters Beach lookout. Such a stunning location , and our first time there, so thank you guys for introducing us to this little gem at Forresters Beach. The day closed in quickly, as it does when you’re having fun, and we made our way over to Gracelands Forresters Beach. Another first for us, Gracelands Forresters Beach is a lovely boutique venue where we enjoyed a cocktail style reception at Gracelands Forresters Beach. The guests danced, ate, drank and were merry on this superb day of days at Gracelands Forresters Beach.
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.
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!
Spent a lovely afternoon at the Northern Beaches of Cairns, pretty far from our usual Central Coast, NSW, shooting this gorgeous happy family. Granddad was there too and there is always something so special when the grandparents get involved. Not only does it make for memorable photos, it is also a reminder at how important family is across generations and how much they contribute to the lives of our kids. Central Coast, NSW.
Beautiful and extremely intimate wedding at Bells at Killcare, Central Coast NSW. So much love! Spent such a beautiful afternoon in the Central Coast with two beautiful souls, exchanging their vows at on of our favourite wedding venues in the central coast, Bells at Killcare. Bells at Killcare never disappoints, with its lush greenery and beautiful Autumn colour hues, providing the perfect backdrop for their wedding day and to make it so easy for us central coast wedding photographers. Along side with their family and friends, this was no doubt one of the most intimate weddings we’ve photographed over the years. Im sure the travel for their guests was worth it, such a stunning warm afternoon at Bells at Killcare. Here are some of David and Kylie’s wedding photos captured at Bells at Killcare, Central Coast NSW. Enjoy..
Central Coast girl meets Korean boy in Sydney who now reside in Singapore. With already having had celebrations in both Korean and Singapore, Simone and Bryan decided on a relaxed and intimate celebration at Shelly Beach Golf Club, Central Coast with family and close friends. Shelly Beach Golf Club, Central Coast provided for a stunning beach backdrop after a fun wedding preshoot at the iconic Sydney Harbour 4 days prior. Thank you Simone and Bryan for having us and we’ll see you in Singapore… or Korea or back on the Central Coast!
Wedding location: Shelly Beach Golf Club, Central Coast wedding