Toowoomba boasts some magnificent gardens for weddings photography and this setting was perfect for Jay & Lucy’s theme of romantic ethereal wedding.
When I first met Lucy at a local expo I was so excited to work with her to create beautiful soft romantic etheral wedding photos. Jay & Lucy were such beautiful souls and I was so excited to create beautiful imagery for them.
Married at home, this couple chose Newtown Rose Gardens for their beautiful wedding photos. Lucy wore a stunning gown from JJ House and nailed the look she was after complete with soft Celtic braid.
Jay & Lucy Celtic ceremony included a Quaich, a Scottish tradition. A Quaich ceremony is a Scottish traditional two handled cup. The Quaich is often referred to as the love cup as you each take a handle to take a drink, showing you trust one another to share the cup.
The Ceremony was conducted by the beautiful Laura Ryan whose background is Scottish, such a amazing fun celebrant who truly engages with her couples to create the perfect ceremony.
Lucy’s dress was a beautiful soft pink lace flowing gown and she truly looked amazing. The portraits were held in the rose gardens which was perfect for the theme of this wedding. The boys offset this in there Navy suits and looked stunning !
I am also very excited to capture Jay’s brothers wedding later this year because its always wonderful to catch up with our previous couples.
These guys had around 80 guests for their beautiful day in Toowoomba. The weather was sunny with no hint of rain. The rose gardens Lucy chose for her photos really bought this theme to life with all the pinks and whites and blush roses it really set the scene for amazing photos.
Couples Words: “From Day 1 Kat has delivered an amazing, high quality and wonderfully kind service! Never have we felt so comfortable behind a lens and never have we had such stunning photos to keep and cherish forever. Words just cannot express just what an amazing experience and outcome Kat has provided us. We would 100% recommend her, She is a creative expertise in her field hands down!”
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