Belinda and Chris | Peppers Craigieburn Bowral | Southern Highlands wedding

peppers craigieburn wedding in the garden

Belinda and Chris wed in the beautiful Southern Highlands during spring 2016. I started the day with Chris and the boys in Bargo where the guys were already starting to suit up as I arrived. Once I captured the natural flow of them putting on tie’s, jacket and their flowers I took chris and did some really cool groom portraits of him alone before photographing his brothers and dad as well.

Once I was done with the guys it was off to the Southern Highlands and Peppers Craigieburn where the girls were preparing and the ceremony and reception were being held. Belinda and her bridesmaids were finalising having their makeup done which gave me ample time to get some great detail shots around the resort and of all the bridal accessories. Once they were ready it was time for some bridal portraits of Belinda and her girls before it was show time.  It was then off to the ceremony which was styled in a great shabby sheek country theme by Fresh Creative and looked amazing.  Once all the guests arrived it was showtime and the ceremony went off without a hitch and everything was perfectly timed.

After the family photos it was off to photograph the formals with the bridal party. As any Sydney wedding photographer will tell you the Southern highlands is one of the most gorgeous locations to shoot so it was an absolute joy. After all the formals it was party time and off to the reception. What I love about Peppers Craigieburn is that the property has everything on site accommodation, ceremony and reception rooms and beautifully manicured gardens and golf to use for photos.

Belinda and Chris’s day was such a fun easy going wedding to shoot and be apart of and I think this really shows in how the pictures turned out. I hope you love them as much as I do.

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