“A wet knot stays tied”. “Rain’s good luck on your Wedding Day”. I’ve heard it all. However true the sayings may be, what I know for sure is that a bit of wet weather has never been able to change the way my clients feel towards each other in a single day. The love and togetherness is not rain weather dependant thankfully - at least for the kind of clients I work with. Leah and David got married with so much happiness, celebration and warm embrace from everyone who came along. They couldn’t go wrong.
Worrowing used to be one of my favourite Wedding Venues. And now it’s been given a once over, I love it even more. There’s something about a family run business that permeates beyond the business and into the soil, the history and overall, the authenticity of the place. This is something that I’ve always loved about it. For Weddings, it’s a natural sanctuary, with some great built spaces, full of light and beauty, perfect for celebrating the things that matter.
So apart from a spot of rain at an awesome venue, the things that I won’t forget about Leah and David’s Wedding, are mostly centred around those leather country knee high boots. The one’s at the end of Leah and her Bridesmaids legs, and the same one’s that were dancing up a storm into the night. From the boot scooting below, to smiles ear wide on everyone’s faces, the celebration went down in style. Gelato and cocktails rounded out the evening with gorgeous looking food from Rabbit and Co and live music from Corner Pocket.
But nothing could take the highlight real away from Leah and David as the couple front and centre themselves. Glenn, The Marriage Celebrant Guy, created a beautiful space for them to share their love for each other in front of all their friends and family. And for me that was everything.
My warmest congrats to my lovely clients with a ton of gratitude thrown in too.
Dean - aka CloudFace Photography