Yandina Station wedding photography | Peta & Paul

Yippee ki-yay, it was the wedding Id been looking forward to photographing for a while as there one was big surprise for the guests attending this Yandina Station wedding on the Sunshine Coast.

What I love about working as a wedding photographer photographing country weddings is that each wedding is different.

I love how all the DIY pieces and styling that the couple spend over a year in the planning evolve throughout the wedding day. Quirky signs, yummy treats as bombonieres and games that pop up around the property. DIY weddings are quaint and charming but most of all fun.

One particular thing I loved that Peta & Paul did were their eco-friendly wedding invitations on recycled paper with native Australian bottlebrush seeds imbedded in the paper for planting. Peta, the bride is studying environmental science and an environmentalist so it was a great way for Peta to bring something she strongly believes in and reflects her to their wedding … and make her guests { and all who read this now } a little more conscious of how we leave a footprint on this earth.

Yes I did mention a big surprise didn’t I. Peta arrived at the ceremony on her beloved horse Hugo, which she transported up to Yandina Station so he too could be apart of their wedding. All rather very exciting!

After the ceremony and family portraits the guests headed out to the front lawn for an afternoon of mingling and games, whilst the newlyweds and bridal party had photos around the property. After the photo shoot the bridal party joined in the games and dancing.

Congratulations to the newlyweds Peta & Paul for pulling together a spectacular garden party wedding at Yandina Station.

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CREDITS

Photography Boots Photography | Groom Prep Coolum on the Beach  |  Car Hire Champers Rolls Royce Hire | Ceremony Yandina Station |  Celebrant Mark Robbins  |  Location Photos Yandina Station | Wedding Reception Yandina Station

 

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