Ya’ll, this was my ONLY wedding this year (thanks Covid, you muppet) but oh man, was it was an amazing day! I didn’t realise how much I had missed being around people in such a happy, positive and loving environment?!
Jess and Dean postponed their original date from March when everything first hit (only two or three days out from memory) and I’m sure this year has been stressful for them and their family, to say the least.
One thing this year has taught us is that our loved ones, family and friends are invaluable. Their time, space, and physical presence means so much more than it ever did (and probably ever will). Naturally, that feeling is intensified with so many emotions on a wedding day – but this year it just feels so different (in a good way)!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I cry on EVERY wedding day (like, multiple times, I carry spare makeup with me cause #hotmess) this day is one for the books, for sure.
I hope these images bring you joy, laughter and hope – that there’s always something to celebrate, someone to love a little more. I hope this year we’ve all learnt to appreciate what we have around us a little more than we did yesterday. Enjoy friends!
Photographer – Roslyn Clare Photography
Flowers – Coach House Flowers – Tumut Florist
Brides Dress – Made With Love Bridal
MUA – Tara Florence Artistry
Hair – Lauren Kennedy, Styled by LK
Reception – Gilmore Hall
Catering – Castle Lane Catering, Wagga
Reception/Styling – The Styling Store, Wagga
DJ/Music – Andrew Wortes, Tumut
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I acknowledge the wiradjuri people as the custodians of the lands and waters of the region, on which I live and work. I pay respect to elders both past and present. I acknowledge and respect the wiradjuri people’s cultural, spiritual, physical and emotional connection with their land, waters and community.