30th March 2019

M A R R I E D 

     Beau and Leah    

POREPUNKAH WEDDING
ALPINE REGION WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER 

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When two perfectly in love people come together, you have a dynamic duo!    

I was so excited to get the chance to head up to Porepunkah to document Leah and Beau's garden wedding!  The lead up to the wedding day ~ Friday torrential rain, and I mean torrential!   With the help of family and friends some minor adjustments were put in place "just in case" for the wedding day.  

Saturday, the wedding day....   It started off with major rain, but the sun peaked through just in time for their ceremony.  However, we thought wrong ..… the clouds came overhead and it started misty rain right before the bride was to come down the aisle.    Thankfully, with the adjustments made, we were undercover, and as they were pronounced husband and wife ~ the sun appeared H O O R A Y !!!! 

I’ve got to say, I was so impressed with how well Leah and Beau made the crazy Porepunkah weather work on their day.   However, one thing that I found with both of them ~ they do things differently and it wouldn't be their wedding day if something didn't go to plan and RAIN was definitely not part of the plan!  

They had their friends and family relax in the family gardens huddling around fire pits and eating all the pizza possible. 


Moments like this are the reason I do what I do and I love witnessing all the love unfold as they celebrated their special day!
 

Enjoy!! ❥❥

ᴠᴇɴᴜᴇ   Private Residence, Porepunkah
ᴏғғɪᴄɪᴀᴛᴇᴅ ʙʏ Yvonne McPhie, Marriage Celebrant

Fiona was amazing on our wedding day. 

 

She was so flexible working with all our family and in the rain. 

✨✨✨✨✨

~ Leah and Beau

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So once the rain had cleared and the family photographs had been done in the stunning garden, we headed down the road to Marty's Porepunkah Garage which is a spot that both Leah and Beau frequented when they were kids riding bikes around Porepunkah, so many child hood memories for them.

Now back to the party