We all know Cupitt’s Winery has it all. There was a moment during Jess and Ian’s Wedding, late in the evening whilst everyone was eating, that I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming. The sun was setting over the Budawangs to the west. That autumn light was a gentle warm glow illuminating green grassy pastures with perfectly shaped cutout Dairy Cows silhouetted in the foreground. All that beyond the comfort of a cold glass of beer and food to die for astride a padded stool in the stylish inside outside sandstone and wood designed hangout area, and tended to by warm hearted staff that I consider friends.
Enough about my little moments in the midst of Jess and Ian’s beautiful Wedding. Of course they got to experience all the above mentioned gifts that these parts offer, in addition, to being immersed in the endless love of friends and family. And as if writing a blog post about a Wedding is going to get two paragraphs in, without mentioning the absolute piece de resistance - ie Jess and Ian got to marry their best friend! Each other! And that alone is really all that needs to be said. Those culinary and visual delights though sure were good!
As always, I smiled, a lot! Because I’m a happy chappy, and that’s because I get lovely clients that mean the world to each other and eminate endless loving kindness on their Wedding Days (and hopefully always). I went about my role as both Portrait Photographer but above all Documentary Wedding Photographer. And I loved every minute of it.
With endless gratitude I offer my warmest congratulations to my beautiful clients - Jess and Ian!
Dean aka CloudFace