I wanted to share a quick post from Nadine & Dave's beautiful Noosa Beach House Wedding. We had some pretty serious showers during the morning but nothing seemed to bother Nadine & Dave. They knew everything would be fine and pushed forward with their ceremony at Hidden Grove. I am so glad they did as we had such amazing light during the ceremony. Thanks for letting me capture your perfect day!
Nikki & Pat won my engagement shoot giveaway back in 2016. We had a lot of fun exploring Fingal Heads one afternoon and creating some great images. So when they asked me to photograph their wedding the following year at Yandina Station I was super excited. Yandina Station is one of those venues wedding photographers love to photograph at. It is seemingly in the middle of nowhere surrounded by rolling hills and lakes. The ceremony was set up under a gorgeous big fig tree with the reception in an old timber and rusted-tin barn.
I could tell by the way they were congratulated and greeted by their guests that they are a very loved couple. They are also very much in love and have quite the proposal story (that can be read over here).
Congratulations Nikki & Pat and thank you for letting me capture your day.
Venue: Yandina Station Wedding
Florist: Sandi at Willowbud
Styling: Splash Events
Celebrant: Nicole Evans
Dress: Karen Willis Holmes
Bridemaids Dresses: Sentani Boutique
Stationary: Peach Perfect
Video: Phoebe Galloway Films
Make-up: Molly Dunkle from Dunkle Authentic
Hair: Evalyn Parsons Designs
Cake: Sweetness Contained
Entertainment: G&M Event Group
Brisbane couple Alana & Mike chose a venue close to their heart to get married – a family backyard in Buderim. As you will see this isn’t just any backyard, with its sweeping views of the Sunshine Coast, gorgeous light-filled Jacaranda tree, and plenty of space for a marque reception. Smiles, laughter, tears, surprises and an emergency dress repair moments before walking down the isle; this wedding had it all! Congratulations Alana & Mike!
Karissa & Chris are getting married in a couple of months at the beautiful Maleny Manor in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. We had a great afternoon exploring some of the coast and forrest around Bribie Island. Can’t wait to photograph the wedding!
It was a perfect Queensland winter afternoon for Alana & Mike’s engagement session. The pine forests and empty beaches of Bribie Island proved the ideal back drop for this Brisbane based couple. After exploring the countryside we made our way to the coast for sunset. It was magic to watch the sky turn pink and a pair of dolphins slowly cruising by as the sun went down behind us. It’s these times I like to step back let my couples enjoy being together in the moment. No direction or words, just two people watching the sunset together.
Alana & Mike are getting married on a private property on the Sunshine Coast later this year. From what they have told me and how excited they are I know its going to be really special. Can’t wait!