Jeshy spent lots of her childhood enjoying the country farm life at her Uncle Russell and Auntie Jodie's farm. Having such good memories meant it was a no brainer to have her wedding ceremony looking over the valley of the cattle farm. The cows were coerced up to the top of the paddock with some juicy lucerne hay and irrigated greener pasture! They were very placid cows and just kept on the fringes during the 'I do's' and the afternoon tea.
Ricky and Jeshy had a copper wedding arch for their ceremony with beautiful floral arrangements in the corners. This worked well with the colour tones of the wedding as Jeshy had a soft apricot lace skirt for her bridal gown. This dress was made by her Mum and Grandma. Jeshy had tried lots of dresses on but nothing quite suited her to perfection. She had always enjoyed wearing gorgeous dresses, being a girly girl but really wanted three quarter length sleeves! Her Mum suggested she could make the dress using some beautiful lace she had saved for 'a special occasion' and it suited Jeshy perfectly! The fitted bodice is actually a cute little party dress as the full skirt if removeable!
This lovely couple wanted to spend maximum time with their guests after the ceremony so opted for a First Look. The First Look is the bride and groom seeing each other before the ceremony in a quiet place where it's just the two of them.
We had photos at the grooms and brides getting ready place and then all met a Wappa Dam Park. Ricky waited very patiently while Jeshy hid behind a tree and then walked up behind him. It was some really beautiful moments which I'm sure they will never forget.
There was plenty of time for bridal party photos as well as bride and groom photos with a really relaxed atmosphere as time was in abundance. The boys went off to the ceremony and the girls had another ten minutes for time to have some more photos enjoying each others company before they went to their beautiful farm, country styled wedding ceremony.