Roxy and Rohan

Roxy and Rohan's wedding was filled with unique personal touches. From the 'round the world' theme to reflect their own extensive time travelling together, to the inclusion of their daschund both in person at the ceremony (wearing his blue bow tie) and in sugar form on their cake at the reception, this was a wedding that truly represented the personality of the couple. 

Photography by Timothy Marriage, photos used here with kind permission.

Laura and Jon

Laura and Jon had such a friendly and vibrant group of guests and the weather was smashing too, so this most lovely and down to earth of couples had a fantastic evening. The foliage at the oak tree was at it's fullest, providing shade and ambience, and the barn was lively with voices and music as the sun went down on one of those long, late Spring evenings. Congratulations Laura and Jon, it was a privilege to have you and your guests!


Mia and Adam

We're tempted to make this post entirely about the sweets table that Mia and Adam had at their ceremony in the barn because it really was something else... but we won't, we'll let the photos tell that story. What a gorgeous Spring evening. The weather was kind and the party was wild! Mia and Adam had a sunny ceremony at the oak tree and followed up with drinks in the cafe and a feast in the barn. It was gorgeous!


Christi and Gillon

Gosh we love a winter wedding! There really is something special about the farm at this time of year. As if the blazing fire in the barn and mulled wine weren't enough to blow us away, Gillon's father donned his kilt and bagpipes to perform the most phenomenal rendition of Waltzing Matilda. It was a highlight of the year and I daresay bought a tear to the eyes of a few of the staff.

Christi and Gillon's day began with a ceremony under the stables eaves in the paddock and wound up with a bonnie ceilidh -yep, that spelling is correct, it's pronounced 'kay-lee' and is a traditional gaelic dance. Congratulations Christi and Gillon!