Since many of the guests had traveled great distances for the wedding, Elle and Jason choose ‘first look’ photos for their Byron Bay wedding photography, hence maximising time with their guests after the ceremony.
With a private and intimate photo shoot before the wedding, the couple were able to join family and friends straight after the ceremony.
A ‘first look’ photo shoot gave the couple time to get some stunning pictures, spend some quality time together, without missing out on time with their family. Elle and Jason had the best of both worlds, they enjoyed an intimate morning together, followed by a big family celebration.
The scenery was breath-taking and even the light rain made the atmosphere all that more magical.
The beautiful Byron Bay Hinterland in all its glory, gave us the most stunning backdrop for Elle and Jason’s photos.
Nature put on a show for Elle and Jason and gave them the most tranquil setting.
Elle chose wild and earthy tones for her bouquet from Alstonville Florist Weddings, and they complimented the raw feel of the Hinterlands.
The bride and groom taking some time together before their vows.
No nerves in sight, just love.
Promising to stand beside each other for the rest of their lives, Elle and Jason were ready to become husband and wife.
The rain fell lightly as they made their way to the church; I saw a carefree couple, so excited to belong to one another.
Christine’s Church of the Two Grandfathers, nestled in amongst a stunning garden, looked positively beautiful. Probably one of the prettiest little churches I have photographed at.
Elle was swept off her feet
And, the celebrations begin. Congratulations to the happy couple.
Hi, I’m Sarah the owner, creator and photographer at Bye Bye Blackbird. Your wedding is exactly that, it’s your day, so we can do it your way. If you want some private photos before or after the ceremony, whatever you want just let me know. Specialising in Byron Bay wedding photography. I travel to weddings in Ballina, Byron Bay, Northern Rivers, Grafton, New England and even Tasmania.