I’m so excited to have finally gotten around to posting this wedding. It’s being featured in this months issue of White Magazine. I’m a believer that this is their best issue to date so check it out.
Chloe, Luke and Millah make up this little love story. They are an adorable family, which I’m smitten with. Millah is Chloe and Luke’s daughter and she is just sweet as pie. I met the three of them in a cafe in North Sydney and we had a lovely chat about their wedding over a cup of tea. After eight years together they were ready to tie the knot.
The day began at the boys hotel. True boy style, they weren’t even showered, actually they weren’t even in their hotel room, they were enjoying a relaxed lunch in the restaurant. When they did finally come back to the room it was all systems go. Being a lady, it never ceases to amaze me how quickly men can get ready, there’s just no fuss. So I photographed the whirlwind and then head over to the bride’s room at beautiful Fernbank Farm in the Central Coast Hinterland. The girls were getting ready in the homestead. Every which way you looked was picture perfect. They were having champagne and having fun dressing Millah and enjoying the opulence of their surrounds.
The ceremony was set in a paddock under a huge, ancient fig tree, around the corner from Fernbank. This meant the girls arrived by horse and carriage, pretty cool, hey! It was an amazing setting, a photographers dream. Then it was back to Fernbank to celebrate in a marquee under the stars. The marquee was dressed beautifully, thanks to Chloe and her mum’s good eye for detail. They collected all sorts of beautiful antiques leading up to the wedding.
The speeches were full of tears, the Haka was performed by friends with true warrior pride and everyone got merry under the clear country sky.
Thanks Chloe, Luke and Millah for having me capture your special day! x