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Ben & Serena’s Country Canberra Wedding

I could not have asked for a more fun wedding to end my 2018 with. These guys threw an absolutely beautiful country wedding in Canberra, and it was such an incredible honour to be a part of their special day. Serena told me she knew she wanted to hire me before she was even engaged, and I was very flattered – like, what?! Finding couples who get who you are as a photographer and completely trust in your work was once very rare in my line of work, but with every season, I’ve been able to connect with couples who completely trust me with my work and are focused on having the best damn day they possibly can.

The light on the day also happened to be smack bang amazing. It was perfectly overcast during the afternoon for photos, and the clouds parted while we ducked out of the reception to take photos during sunset. Hot tip (if your reception is happening during sunset, make sure you schedule in some time to duck out with the photographer to get some shots in the beautiful light if your location and weather allows for it).

Also, if you’re having a country or rural wedding, I’d love to hear from you, cause I think we’d get along and I’d love to be a part of making your special day magical.

Ps. Serena’s dress was a $100 find from an Op Shop! (…like a Savlos or Goodwill for the American friends out there). It didn’t even need to be altered, it was a perfect fit. How amazing is that?! Goes to show you don’t always need to spend big bucks to have a great wedding day. Instead, spend it on the things that matter most to you.

Ceremony – Hughes Baptist Church
Reception – Grazings, Gundaroo
HMU – Mallory Williams, Teigan Kelly & Hannah Whitton
Flowers – Poetry in Flowers
Stationary – Designs by a Rose
Cake – Made by a  Family Friend

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