Returning to Tasmania is always like a home from home for me, and being invited as a wedding photographer to witness Sam and Simon exhance their vows in a touching wedding cermony made the visit one to remember.Feeling like the luckiest man on earth, Simon played a few rounds of poker before getting suited and booted for his nuptials.
The bridal party had a wonderful energy that was magnetic.
It’s natural to feel a rollercoaster of emotions on your wedding day, and whilst it can all feel like it goes past in a blur my job as wedding photographer is to give you lasting memories that you can look back on.
The beautiful gardens of Brickendon Estate was a stunning setting for Sam and Simon’s Nuptuals.
The wedding parties stood by Sam and Simon throughout the day, giving them plenty of laughter, and support.
Some tender father and daughter moments before the wedding shows the special bond Sam has with her dad. Taking some time to straighten his tie and give him a big hug and kiss, Sam was ready to walk down the alise
Finding the dress, getting your hair and make-up perfect, and spending hours getting ready, all worth it for this reaction.
Under their triangular arbour Sam and Simon said their vows, made their promise to love one-another, and sealed it with a kiss.
Marriage will be a piece of cake.
Celebrating with a bubbly champagne shower. The energy from the bride, groom, and wedding party made my role as wedding photographer really easy. Capturing the fun and excitement of popping open a bottle of champas and creating a champagne shower on a dry, hot Tasmanian summers day made for some fun photography.
The moody and leafy backdrop gave Sam and Simon images gave their images that enchanted feel.
Exploring the gardens, the newlyweds enjoyed some tender moments before re-joining their guests for a banquet style feast.
A rustic barn, with a delicious mezze platter, high ceilings, beautiful décor, all the details were perfect.
Hand-in-hand the bride and groom were relaxed and ready to join everyone to celebrate!
Mr and Mrs, the sign says it all. Both the bride and groom look radiant and relaxed, as they settled into their celebrations.
When you are looking for a wedding photographer that captures the true feeling of your day, the tenderness, and the raw emotion, then please call me. I’m Sarah from Bye Bye Blackbird, wedding photography is a passion of mine, and being a part of your special day is a responsibility I take very seriously. I put my heart and soul into providing a record of your wedding day that tells a beautiful story. I love to travel, and my wedding photography takes me to New England, Northern NSW North Coast, including Ballina, Grafton, Clarence Valley, and I frequently travel to Tasmania, as I did for Sam and Simon’s wedding.