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Country Style Wedding – Narbeh and Talin – Somersby NSW

Talin and Narbs are no longer two people, they are ONE!

They married each other on a stunning property, The Somersby Stables, in Somersby NSW, what a place!!

The huge barn was seriously decked out with flowers galore, by the very talented Piccolo Petalo, there will be more to come of that later.

Talin and Narbeh joined with vows that were both humorous but also brought us all to tears. Kind words said by a dear friend of theirs who married them all but a few legal must gets.

I love these two, so kind and thoughtful, always worrying about everyone else instead of kicking back and enjoying their huge epic ride that was their wedding day. But lucky Pete and I were there to snap a few pics of the day in case they missed anything.

Talin is wearing a very elegant Alyssa Kristin gown from Love Marie Bridal Boutique and Narbs looked very dashing in his perfectly fitting blue suit by Brent Wilson – what a perfect match!

So much class!

So much love too, and romance, and the weather was superb. Thanks Sydney for putting it on for all of us on their special day!

Everyone partied the night on in the barn, lots of Armenian charm on the dance-floor, and the food by Sprout was soooo darn good!

Thanks Talin and Narbs, for having Pete and I along, and for being so hospitable, it was a lot of fun!

A few pics here of the day, an attempt to show off the intensity and love of your day, more to come soon.

Somersby is one beautiful location that’s for sure, but there is also a great feature we have done on another epic part of NSW just over HERE. Please, do have a look.

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Byron Bay Wedding Photographer – Mark and Stephie – a few frames..

Byron Bay Wedding Photographer – Toowoomba Wedding – Mark and Stephie

 

What a way to finish the year, with a New Years Eve wedding!

Stephie and Mark married each other out in the stunning Gabbinbar Estate in rural Brisbane, Toowoomba.

Such romance and excitement. Stephie was doing nervous squats most of the time right up until she climbed into that stunning dress.

There were clouds, sunshine, then rain, the perfect amount of romance the gods could cram into one day.

Proud father in arm lock, Steph walked down the aisle with the hugest grin on her face. Mark was awe-struck….and fair enough, Stephie was glowing with excitement and looked just stunning!

They said their emotional with a touch of giggles vows, kissed, were showered with rose petals as they walked back down the aisle, then rode off on a horse drawn carriage to take in the beauty of the estate and have some time for them, as a couple that just became one.

When they returned they drink champagne, play croquet, then partied the night away in style with amazing food, wine and live music.

There were fireworks at midnight welcoming in 2018, and them into their new life together as husband and wife. Stephs dad, with tear in eye, hugged his daughter so tightly…under a sky full of light.

The day and night was one I will never forget.

Thanks for having me and my insatiable 2nd shooter Pete along on your New Years Eve rollercoaster ride in the beautiful Toowoomba, what a pleasure and an honour!

Here are a handful of my picks of the day.

Many more to come soon.

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Toowoomba Wedding Photography – Dom and Sarah – teasers

Toowoomba Wedding Photography – Dom and Sarah – teasers

 

I love these two, Dom and Sarah, such lovely people. I can say I’ve had a few drinks with them now, on a few occasions, and anyone who can handle chatting to me for long periods of time is cool in my books.

SO this was my first trip out to Toowoomba (being a Sydney boy originally) and so I didn’t quite know what to expect. Maybe a little country town, lots of hills, cows, the odd gum tree..

But then I guess this Gabbinbar Homestead place actually isn’t very typical of anywhere I have been, besides maybe in the South of France somewhere. What a spectacular venue! So immaculate, so huge, so well looked after and such great helpful staff. I wandered around for hours discovering little spots thinking of taking pics later. Of course we didn’t get to fit them all in, but we did our best. I hope to go back one day and finish that off!

Anyway, Sarah married Dom, in fantasy land, in “The Woods” actually, in front of the most amazing floral backdrop I have ever seen, well done Amanda from Deans, the whole place just looked stunning.

They danced under fireworks, drank champagne all night, never stopped kissing the whole day, and now they will be together forever.

I sincerely wish you guys all the best in love and life, but it seems you will be fine.

Thanks to my good mate and fabulous 2nd shooter Pete Oakman for coming along and taking a huge load off.

A few teasers here, so many to choose from, but just these for now….

 

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Brisbane Wedding Photography – Adrian and Monica – a few frames

Brisbane Wedding Photography – Adrian and Monica – a few frames

 

Rain is romance.  The way these two look at each other is contagious, in Love.

Just a few of my faves from the beautiful rainy day Brisbane country wedding of Adrian and Monica, at the beautiful Brockhurst Farm in Ocean View.

Yes the page boy, with rings in hand, broke out into a dance in the middle of a verse reading, much to the embarrassment of the flower girls!

Monica and Adrian got hitched in Gum boots!

Thanks for having me along for the ride guys!

More to come soon.

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  • Adrian - Thanks Matt the photos look awesome! It was great to have you along for the journeyReplyCancel

Byron Bay Wedding Photographer – Hugh and Elle – some favourites first

Byron Bay Wedding Photographer – Hugh and Elle – some favourites first

Elle and Hugh’s beautiful little country wedding day was quite an adventure.

The sun shone all day, as did Elle’s smile. The night was “quite” cold, but the stars shone brightly.

The view of Mount Barney in the background made for one stunning backdrop.

There was delicious food by Progressive Catering and Events

Elle’s dress was made by her mum, and a lot of the wedding details were all a family and friends affair……the desert table was to die for!

Hugh and Elle, thankyou for being so In Love, making my job so easy and enjoyable, and for being so hospitable. Also thanks for choosing the Mt Barney Country Lodge, what a gorgeous place it is!

Just a few faves from the day so far. More to come soon.

 

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Sydney Wedding Photography – Wedding at Q Station

Sydney Wedding Photography | Ann and Paul’s Wedding at Q Station [teasers] by Deus Photography

Ann and Paul’s love story has the quintessential elements of an antipodean romance.  They first met at their workplace in Sydney, and while Paul had plans to move back to the UK he couldn’t quite shake the feeling that he needed this woman by his side.   As fate would have it, Ann felt the same way and they are now living happily ever after in Paul’s home country.   To take advantage of the Sydney summer they held their wedding at Q Station, which has some of the best Sydney wedding photography opportunities a photographer could hope for.

Q Station is renowned for its panoramic views of Sydney’s incredible harbour and location within the beautiful surrounds of Sydney Harbour National Park.  Q Station’s fascinating and slightly macabre history has been well and truly replaced by a thriving wedding and accommodation establishment.  The meals provided to the guests and my Sydney wedding photography team were really top shelf.  I was relieved to see they were also compliant with the ‘I Quit Sugar‘ Program that Jane currently has me on (with the exception of the delicious wedding cake, which I didn’t touch, promise!  That was really tough!).

Considering the amount of wedding planning-from-afar that Ann and Paul would have experienced, I was amazed to see the amount of personal touches and DIY that were scattered throughout the wedding.  Ann and her bridesmaids were responsible for designing and making their stunning dresses.  Ann also made her own bridal necklace and was involved in the making of her bouquet. What a touching tribute to her home country her bouquet was, using our national flower the Flannel Flower.

Thank you to And and Paul and your families for having me along to your heartfelt wedding at Q Station.  Enjoy the sneak peeks below, and of course your new status as husband and wife.

 

 

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Venue:  Q Station

Hair and make-up:  Glam Van

Groom’s outfits: Rodrick Charles

Wedding Planner / Event stylist:  All Covered

Celebrant:  Lillian Lyon

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