Anna & Anthony {Moree wedding}

I can’t think of a better way to get back into blogging my recent session, than with Anna & Anthony’s beautiful wedding. If you don’t follow me on Facebook, you may have missed their gorgeous farm engagement session back in June. Earlier this month, Moree turned on it’s best weather for my first wedding for the 2015/16 season.  I knew it was going to be an awesome day when I walked into the motel and discovered Anna is a girl after my own Austen-loving heart:

moree wedding details


I love personal touches in weddings, and they don’t come much sweeter than this addition to Anna’s bouquet – her “something blue”, a beautiful ring gifted by her soon-to-be-mother-in-law stitched onto her bouquet:bouquet of flowers - Moree wedding
Moree bride

By “beat weathr”, of course, I mean stinking hot, as only Moree can be in October. It could have been worse though – while I was dressed in dark colours, I did have short sleeves, unlike these dapper gentlemen I found when I arrived at St Xavier’s Catholic Church:Moree groom and grromsmen outside St Xaviers Catholic Church


After the ceremony we headed back to the same location we shot their engagement photos, and revisited some favourite spots:blog-6921-007-2edit

crooble wedding photograhy


And found some new ones as well:
moree couple wedding engagement photos
inverell wedding photographer with moree bridal party

Before heading back into town and hit the Max Centre for the reception:
wedding at Max Centre Moreeq

Congratulations Anthony & Anna, it was such a pleasure to be a part of your special day.


Logan and Katrina :: {wedding}

As the talented girls from “Beauty Matters” in Moree wove their magic, we all kept an anxious eye on the grey sky. The clouds slowly lightened as the day wore on, and the rain held off just long enough for the ceremony, held in a gumtree-ringed clearing on Logan and Katrina’s property, to be completed. As we assembled for family photos, the first sprinkles of rain fell. Quickly piling in cars and headed out to the location shoot, the rain stopped, and within twenty minutes, we had the first peek of blue. With the photos complete, we arrived back at the reception location in time for a glorious sunset, followed by a sky filled with stars for a beautiful evening. The yard was lit with candles and lanterns, there were boules and quoits to play, the tables were beautifully decorated with a collection of bush-themed vases created by the talented bride. The whole wedding was perfectly put together – a testament to the hard work behind the scenes over the weeks and months leading up to the wedding.

These are a few of my favourites from the day. I hope you enjoy them, and feel free to leave a comment for the lovely bride and groom!



moree wedding photographer
Gravesend wedding photographer
Gravesend wedding

Inverell wedding photographer

farm wedding photos

Logan and Katrina {slideshow}

I woke at 2am to the sound of rain gently tapping on the roof above me. At 6, the soft grey light of morning filtering through the curtains was dulled by cloud, and the tapping continued. With my bags packed, an umbrella included, I turned up the CD player and headed toward Gravesend, watching the skies all the while. As I came through Delungra, a hint of blue was peeking through in the distance. The road was dry by Warialda. Though the sky remained cloudy, the outdoor ceremony went off without a hitch, and just as the ceremony ended, a light drizzle started. We managed to get through the family photos, and the rain started to get a bit heavier. And yet, just 5 minutes later, it was gone, and soon enough, the clouds parted and we were surrounded by blue skies, and later, partied under a star-lit sky.

Congratulations Logan and Katrina. Your wedding was absolutely beautiful, and it was a joy to be a part of it.


{photos also for veiwing over on my facebook page, full blog post to come.}