Megan & Curtis | Tumut Autumn Wedding



I say it alllll, the time. But I’m so excited to show you this wedding, introducing… Megan and Curtis! These two are some of the most loved up, kind, gentle and genuine people you’ll ever meet. When I asked Megan to describe their wedding day (I interviewed them below) she said it was “travel themed” in the middle of Autumn! AHHHH #love !

These two have literally travelled the world together and their passion for the outdoors, nature and each other is unparalleled. They’re SO fun, they chose the BEST bridal party to hang out with them all day, no one complained, everyone was so chill and happy to play and have some fun – my fav!

Also, can I take a minute to appreciate how amazing Autumn is in Tumut?! The whole town literally changes and the streets are a sea of leaves and colour – it’s amazing! Megan and Curtis had big priorities around taking advantage of lots of different photo locations, so although their schedule for the day was tight, we made it happen!

They opted for a first look at the Stockwell Gardens (I love this park), then off to multiple locations along the Tumut River for some variety! Their ceremony was held on a friends private property, right on the Tumut River, and we HAD to take advantage of the low water level (you’ll see). Enjoy these beautiful photos and some questions I asked them below – ya’ll, this is a BIG ONE! ENJOY!!

Photographer | Roslyn Clare Photography
Videography | J&L Media, Wagga
Florals | Coach House Flowers
Accomodation | Monarch, Tumut
Reception | Tumut Showgrounds
Hair | The Collective, Tumut
Catering | Marbull Catering
Stylist | The Styling Store, Wagga
Music | Dan Whiting, Albury
Celebrant | Kimberly Madden (Madden Love)
Cake | Tess @ Homestead Treats, Gundagai
Bridal Gown | Brides of Wagga
Grooms Suit | Arthur Galan, Melbourne

Describe the vision and vibe you wanted for your wedding? Our vision was to have a travel themed wedding in a rustic, but elegant style.

What was the hardest part of planning your wedding? Being on top of all the emails and phone calls and remembering what we needed to do and when. Would suggest a planner if your budget allows.

What was the easiest part of planning your wedding?Getting married locally. This made things so much easier with knowing amazing local vendors to work with and also locations, etc.

If you could go back and change something, what would it be? There isn’t much we would change about our day as it was everything that we wanted. But we definitely could have had a few more waters between wines… stay hydrated people!

Any advice for couples planning their wedding? Don’t sweat the small stuff, if you’ve been super organised in the lead up, everything will fall into place. Take a moment to breathe and take it all in, as the day is over in the blink of an eye.

Roslyn xx

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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.

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