I love a country garden wedding, especially if it’s in a backyard. Although in some cases, it’s less of a back yard, and more of an estate, or a huge paddock – but amongst all the amazing venues I get to, I do always love a backyard garden wedding at someone’s property out in the country somewhere.
Michael and his family had put in a huge effort to have the house looking brilliant, and they did a fantastic job, complete with marquee, arbor, full-on place settings and catering that came in from off-site.
As a keen photographer herself, Sue wanted me to really go for it with the shots for her wedding, so I hope I’ve done them justice. Check out the shots below scroll down to read a bit more about the day.
A Country Garden Wedding
A couple of special moments during the ceremony included a song from Michael sister and father, which was really special and you could tell it really meant a lot to Sue and Michael. The emotion there was pretty evident and on top of some very loving, kind and thoughful vows, it was easy to see why the tissue box had been brought out in advance!
When we headed for photos, it was down to a couple of historic locations, the Kilmore station and the Court House in town – both just a few minutes away. With the help of the lovely and patient Marvin from Black Beauty Limousines we got around the town in some serious style.
When I think about it, and looking back at the gallery again, we really did pack some stuff in! From the ceremony itself, a quick bite to eat afterwards, and then on to the locations, all taking place in the space of a few hours. And then it was back to the celebration under the marquee where the garden wedding had been conducted, and finishing off with releasing some lanterns later in the evening.
Great wedding and I couldn’t be happier for such a lovely couple 🙂