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Jess and Callum’s Stella Wedding at the Segenhoe Inn

The glorious Segenhoe Inn is one of those places that I have driven past and admired for many years on the way to a days teaching at the High School at Aberdeen. I’d always wondered what it looked like inside, well I soon found out when I attended Jess and Callum’s wedding which was held there. Jess was also getting ready there so I had plenty of time to explore the beauty of this Inn. I truly was spoil for choice for great shot opportunities not only for portraits but in using the furniture and antiques for the detail shots. Jess and Callum got married at the side of the Inn’s lovely sandstone building under the gazebo on site with lovely gardens surrounding it and from there a reception held at the back of the venue. Lee Watts conducted the ceremony and it was lovely for the friends and family members to surround the gazebo to take in this special event between Jess and Callum who have known each other since their high school days. The couple have two young boys who loved playing a part in the wedding and were looking sharp in their little suits. Actually Jess did well in choosing the outfits for the wedding party, the bridesmaids had dresses the same colour but were different styles which is a trend that I like a lot actually, giving each person their own unique look as opposed to looking the same.

Once the family shots had been done we jumped into the bus and headed out to a farm which was lucky enough to have the Hunter river flowing through. Time and lighting wasn’t really on our side as it was getting on in the afternoon and it was evident that the heavens could open up any minute so we didn’t get as many shots there as we would have liked but it was a great spot. All in all this was a great day for a great couple and I’m really stoked with these images, the colours and lighting were fantastic. Enjoy

Copper Tree Photography for wedding photography and family photos on the Sunshine Coast ( Glass House Mountains, Maleny, Maloolabah, Maroochydore, Noosa, Eumundi and surrounding areas)

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