Winter Styled Elopement Shoot | Kosciuszko National Park, NSW | Tumut Photographer

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I’m so excited to finally share with you all this stunning winter elopement styled photoshoot that myself and a few other talented local wedding vendors managed to pull off a few weeks ago!

What is a styled photoshoot you ask? (because I know some of you will) A styled photoshoot is simply an opportunity for a bunch of creative people to get together, pull their resources and donate their talents and time to create a “fake” elopement or wedding for the sake of content creation and gorgeous images!

It’s also a chance to be creative, push the limits and do something that “ordinary couples” wouldn’t normally do for their weddings. To think outside the box and basically create our dream couple/wedding/elopement and have a TON OF FUN at the same time!

This day was also FREEZING cold and poor Charlotte and Russ, were absolute legends (despite the lack of clothing they were wearing!!!)

It was truly such an honor to be a part of and I’m so excited to do more of these shoots in the future! Click any of the links below to view the incredible vendors and businesses who have their products or services featured in this shoot.

Now, who’s up for eloping in the mountains with me?!

Photographer | Roslyn Clare Photography
Florals | Coach House Flowers, Tumut
MUA & Hair | The Collective, Tumut
Brides Hat | Will & Bear
Brides Dresses | Wish & ASOS
Veil | Brides Of Wagga Wagga
Grooms Accessories | Russell Stevensons, Tumut
Stationery/Invitations & Flag | Quill Design, Wagga
Catering | The Coffee Pedaler, Tumut

Roslyn xx

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