Greg Campbell – Jonkers Farm wedding Photography
Tristan has been a dear friend of mine for many, many years. We have been fortunate enough to spend time together at countless BBQs and parties; laughing, talking about cars and cameras and have enjoyed fantastic trips away skiing and mountain biking.
Tristan is a happy guy – always up for fun. Never, in all the years I have known him have I seen him as happy as on the day he married Nicki. For me, seeing him, absolutely smitten, but also totally grounded and seeming to just float along with the bliss and splendor of every moment, was a truly moving experience. You know when you see two people that are so totally in love that nothing else seems to matter – there’s just this bubble of sunshine that kind of draws in everything around them… that was Tristan and Nicki. Perfection
At most weddings (especially at this time of year) I have to plead the venue to let me take the couple out for sunset shots. It’s always just as dinner is served, or just as speeches start, it can be a real battle. But not at a Jonkers Farm wedding! In the printed itinerary for the day – at 30 mins before sunset – a 4×4 excursion to the top of the nearby hill was booked in.
This is the kind of thing that makes me all warm and fuzzy inside and I think everyone at the wedding felt the same way! Standing on that hill, hearing the cheers from the guests from far below, it was like the whole wedding party was collectively encouraging us to totally relish that perfect moment. And we did.
Jonkers Farm wedding photography vendor love
Venue – Jonkers Farm
Florals + Coordination – Blume and Darling
Furniture – Maree + Co
Cutlery + Crockery – Click for Hire
Cake – Bluebells Cakery
Photography – Greg Campbell Wedding Photography
Bride’s dress – Alma J Bridal
Girl’s dresses – ASOS
Hair + Makeup – Lipstick + Co
Boy’s suits – Barkers
Girls’ dresses – Evolution Clothing
Marquee – Schupepe Stretch Tents + Canopies
Band – Wolves + Ravens
Celebrant – Michael Bancroft