Justin & Sarah – A wet and rainy Hunter Valley wedding

When searching for a location in the Hunter to host their wedding Tulloch’s Winery was  an obvious choice for Justin and Sarah. Not only is it a beautiful venue with sweeping views and landscaped gardens but they have family history there. Justin’s grandfather worked for Tulloch’s for many years. Sarah was also wearing a family heirloom. Justin had a diamond that belonged to his great grandmother remade into a new setting and presented it to Sarah as a gift just before wedding. Wow so special, What a beautiful way to remember your loved ones. Sarah had styled the whole wedding herself and I loved everything from the bright pinks in her bouquet to the  shiny gold bling draped all over the reception room. We had HUGE balloons to play with for photos and a beautiful blue Kombi from Coast Kombis. There was also a four legged family member at the ceremony, Storm their beautiful border collie. I love when couples include their animals, I’m such a big animal lover and it’s so lovely to see. Wedding Paws did everything for them so Justin and Sarah could just relax and enjoy the day knowing that Storm was in good hands. Thank you so much Justin and Sarah for inviting us to share in your special day.

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  • Peta-Jayne - Really beautiful pics Bella, i love the rings shot particularly! 🙂March 7, 2014 – 4:17 pm

  • Anne Pearce - Stunning photosMarch 9, 2014 – 9:30 am