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Byron Bay Wedding Photography – Cameron and Josephine

Byron Bay Wedding Photography – Cameron and Josephine – Mount Warning and Mavis’s Kitchen

 

Mount Warning is one beautiful part of the world, paradise.

The day Cam and Jo were married was one hell of a roller-coaster ride to say the least. It was filled with all sorts of emotion, many hard to mention, but it was love that prevailed.

The ceremony took place up on a hill, with the subtropical forest canopy of the Great Dividing Range stretching out below us and all the way up to the summit of the majestic Mount Warning.

The vows were full of heart-stopping words. The emotion was contagious.

We then stepped out for a little while into some of the beautiful surroundings and captured some great moments in time.

The Hot Potato Band, a percussion and orchestral entertainment extravaganza that only experiencing can explain, topped off the night after a gorgeous feast from Mavis’s Kitchen.

Oh and of course who could forget a bagpipe send off at the end of the night!

I have been waiting for so long to show this off, so am quite excited to be able to finally share it all with you.

Congratulations to Cameron and Josephine, may you have happiness forever in your new life together.

 

Some of the vendors and people that made this epic day happen are…

Bridal Dress / dress maker – Made with Love
Bridesmaids dress / dress maker – Sheik
Shoes (bride) – Tony Bianco
Hair- Aleesha Darke
Makeup – Amanda Higl
Jewellery (incl. rings)    – Tiffany &Co / Blue Nile
Flowers – Beautiflora
Wedding Event stylist – Sugar and Spice
Celebrant – Brendan Anning
Venue, Catering and Wedding Cake – Mavis’s Kitchen
Music: Hot Potoato Band and Brett Whitmore Music

 

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Mount Warning Wedding Photography – Cam and Jo

Mount Warning Wedding – Mavis’s Kitchen – Cam and Jo

Set up in stunning northern NSW, Cam and Jo’s intimate country wedding sure has a few memories for me that I will hold close to me forever.

The best being my first look at the breathtaking view from the top of the hill just around the corner from Mavis’s Kitchen, up to Mount Warning poking it’s head out above the rest of the Great Dividing Range to the west. Oh the light!

Two others, the Hot Potato Band, a percussion and orchestral entertainment extravaganza that only experiencing can explain, and the bagpipe send off at the end of the night – when done that well, it’s quite an amazing experience.

The other, how stunning Jo looked in her dress! *awww*

There were plenty of other moments too, but let’s leave it at that for now.

All the best you two, for now, hope you like these two.

Mount Warning Wedding Photography

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