Dylan & Caris

 

Ohhhhh Caris – I could not stop snapping this beautiful bride.  Everything about her style, personality & the entire wedding day was completely superb.

She wanted to have her wedding in a place close to her heart – at her Grandparents property in Guilderton, just north of Perth near Moore River.  It’s an area of honey coloured vast paddocks, intriguing trees and dusty roads.  It was a feast for my ever searching eyes.  Dylan & Caris were married in her Grandparents yard surrounded by their loved ones.  Then the bridal party frolicked in the vineyard and orchard before heading to a mystical, solitary barron tree we had found during our recce.  The wind was insaaaaane, as it often is in this area, therefore our planned photos at the beach were not going to happen.

But that seemed a blessing in disguise as whilst we were shooting at said solitary tree a lovely man turned up in his fire truck to state “pretty bloody ugly spot to take wedding photos isn’t it?”  ha!  So I asked him to kindly create some dust for us with a few burnouts, which he gladly obliged.  He then offered the use of his farm which had amazing pinnacles on it.  Oh hell yessssss please!  So we bolted down gravel roads only to discover that stiletto heals & bridal gowns don’t really work with the mammoth effort it would have required to scale dangerous cliff-faces or maneuver through razor edged native shrub to get to these lovely pinnacles.  We about faced only to discover a beautiful pastel scene of rolling paddocks, pussy willows & cornflour skies. Blessed we were, blessed!

Thank you Dylan & Caris for choosing me to be part of your day.  We had enormous fun with your bridal party, your gorgeous families and guests, topped off by the drive back to Perth guided by a full moon. Magical!

Bridal Gown Donna Tobin – Subiaco Bridesmaids Dresses Zimmerman Make-up Runway Hair & Make-up – Bedford Hair Matt Kelly – MG Hair Design Flowers Event Flowers – Watermans Bay Stylist – Furniture & Decorations Wedding Day Flair Second Shooter – the lovely Helen Mackay at Laughing Feather

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