Emma and Sean held their Bermagui wedding on the South Coast of New South Wales on Australia Day. Their outdoor wedding ceremony and reception was held on private property at Emma’s family farm in a marquee amongst the trees. They chose to have a first look at the Fisherman’s wharf in Bermagui, followed by all of their couple photos before the ceremony. Together the 4 of us adventured to the Bermagui Hotel and Pub, the Blue Pools and the spotted gum trees on our way out of Bermagui. One of their photo requests was with the new highland calf that was born just before the wedding. Emma’s dad planned to have a feeding time during the reception, so that their family and friends could see the highland cows with their calves. There were also alpacas, geese and sheep around for photos. We were pretty excited for all the farm animal action!
Emma shared their story when they first got in touch with us: “I am writing to enquire if you are available to capture our wedding next year. It will be held on my parents farm just outside of Cobargo, with the ceremony either to be held at my parents farm or in Bermagui. We are yet to finalise all plans, however know that it will be a relaxed garden/cocktail party in the afternoon/evening wedding, and we would like to do photos before the ceremony. We thought you would be perfect as Sean is very visual and loves your videos (including the drone shots – he loves getting to my parents farm to fly his there), and I thought the photos were exquisite. Sean and I met on Tinder over 3 years ago in Sydney. We have since moved to Brisbane and purchased a (very tiny) old Queenslander which we move into this weekend. Our weekends are already spent planning DIY projects, looking at dogs to adopt and making travel plans for an upcoming trip to Russia. We look forward to hearing from you”
This is what they had to say about their wedding photos: “We absolutely love the photos. We have looked through them with so many different groups of family and friends, and enjoy it every time. You guys did a great job capturing the excitement and vibe of the day.”