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Carly and Micheal’s Beautiful Baerami Wedding

Spring had finally hit which meant exciting times ahead for wedding season. My first wedding was with Carly and Micheal. Carly was another super organised bride and had booked me well ahead of time for the big day. I had only met up with these two about a month before the wedding and they were such a cruisy couple just looking forward to their big day and seeing all of their organising and hard work for the event come to light.

Carly and Micheal had booked a suite at the Remington Muswellbrook which was great as I had never been into the Remington before.  As I expected everyone was relaxed and cool as cucumbers so that was a great start. After shooting some details I headed to the guys room to capture their crew keen to have a drink at the bar before heading off for the reception. It was great to see that these guys had plenty of friends and family around even early on in the day to help celebrate and keep any nerves/ issues at bay.

The ceremony and reception were held at the Baerami Hall near Sandy Hollow.  Carly and Micheal had put a lot of effort into the decorative touches for the hall and it came up looking amazing! After a simple ceremony and the family shots we headed out to James Estate Winery. Carly had asked the owners there if they could use the property for location photos…..clever girl she is. It was a fantastic spot, we managed to capture many beautiful photos of the newlyweds in the vineyards and the barn they had. As always when we are having fun the sun goes down quicker than expected so called it a day on the location shoot and headed back to the reception at the hall.

It was a fantastic day, a little windy I’ll admit but that didn’t stop everyone from enjoying themselves and celebrating the union of this wonderful couple. It was fantastic to be part of it. I wish them all the best for their future endeavors.

 

 

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