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Tocal Homestead Wedding

The Tocal Homestead wedding of Anna & Stirling was such an awesome day to photograph in one of the most beautiful locations in the Hunter Valley region. It is located in the Hunter Valley town of Paterson, right in the middle of working farms and was the perfect place for their rustic, country wedding.

The wedding took place on a beautiful but pretty hot 37°C summers day, but there was a nice breeze throughout the day which helped take the edge off the heat. The wedding ceremony took place in the front garden at Tocal Homestead, under a giant Fig tree which was a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony. After the ceremony we did some photos around the property while guests did tours of the historic homestead, drank and played lawn games.  The wedding reception was also held onsite in the converted barn. And we even managed to venture out from the reception at sunset to get some sunset photos of the two of them.

But what I really loved about this wedding was how uninhibited, natural and fun these guys were. They just played and had fun together when we did location portraits and also throughout the day and night.

So I hope you enjoy this amazing Tocal Homestead wedding and I can’t wait to go back there to photograph more weddings. :)

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Wallalong House Wedding

The Wallalong House wedding of Christina & Peter was a beautiful and epic day and it had one of the most gorgeous sunsets I have seen in a while.

Wallalong House in the Hunter Valley region of NSW is an amazing, heritage listed venue built in 1862 and is the place a professional ballet dancer and an engineer tied the knot. One of the things I love about Wallalong House is that the whole day from beginning to end can happen here. They both got ready onsite in the main house, just in different parts of the house so they still didn’t see each other before the ceremony. The wedding ceremony took place out the back of the property between two giant fig trees. And the reception was held in a purpose built, concrete floor, indian tent overlooking the beautiful countryside.

I always say that the best time for photos is around sunset, and the amazing thing with this wedding is that the whole wedding paused and everyone at the wedding went outside the tent, drank… took selfies with the local cows… and watch the gorgeous sunset.

So enjoy this beautiful Wallalong House wedding, it was an amazing day to capture and I can’t wait to go back there :)

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Waldara Farm Wedding

The Waldara Farm wedding of Jemma & Phil was a beautiful and totally epic day in one of the most picturesque places in NSW. It was also a day filled with some crazy weather.

Waldara Farm is actually a working farm that has been set up to cater for weddings perfectly. Everything from beginning to end can happen here, which is just awesome for couples and their guests. On this day the bride & groom both got ready on the property just in separate houses across from each other. It had been raining on and off all morning, but halfway through preparation a massive storm ripped through the farm. But it didn’t faze Jemma & Phil in the slightest.

Due to the wet weather the wedding ceremony took place in the sheep shearing shed, which would have to be one of the best wet weather backup ceremony locations I have ever shot in. It rained so hard you could bearly hear the vows, but once the ceremony was over the rain started easing up and we were able to take some photos around the property. It is such a big property that we didn’t even starch the surface… I could have shot around there for hours.

So enjoy this beautiful Waldara Farm wedding and I hope to get back there very soon to photograph more amazing weddings :)

 

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  • annie - Absolutely gorgeous photography. I love that you weren’t afraid to capture the storm that hit before the ceremony. I work in the industry and will definitely be recommending you to my bride and grooms in the future!ReplyCancel

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