Taylor & David were married at St Hilda’s Anglican Church in Katoomba on a rainy overcast Saturday morning in October with over a hundred of the closest family and friends.
After the ceremony, we headed to a local forest for their bridal portraits. We were lucky the rain had stopped and the tree canopy had kept the forest floor dry. OMGawd how cute are these two! Keep scrolling to check them out …
After their couples session, we met up with the guests at the Megalong Valley Community Hall with the Blue Mountains as the backdrop to enjoy a lunchtime celebration.
And don’t worry we didn’t forget photos with the bridal party, after the speeches and lunch, we wandered the property for some fun photos. How stunning are the yellow-mustard bridesmaids dresses!
The day was wrapped up late afternoon and we had planned to do a sunset bridal photo shoot at Lincoln Rock but the mist and fog has set in on the mountains so we called it a day. As I drove back up to the top of the mountains and headed back to Katoomba the fog was extremely thick and I couldn’t see even a couple of metres in front of me so it was a could thing we canceled the sunset session.
What an amazing love story I had the privilege to capture. Thank you Taylor & David. x
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