Chelsea and Jacob got me up from Byron Bay to be their Toowoomba Wedding Photographer for the day and just quietly, it was well worth the trip. I had a wonderful road trip through the country side which got my creative juices flowing. The weather certainly helped the cause, I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t stunning.
I first met Jacob at the gorgeous looking venue Gip’s Restaurant earlier in the day, where he had his sleeves rolled up and was working hard with the set up. Along with all his friends and family it was a very relaxed vibe and I knew this was going to be a awesome day. After setting up the photo booth for some good times a little later on, it was time to head on over to Chelsea’s.
I was greeted with a cute little white picket fence surrounding a cute little Queenslander home. It also came with the even friendlier Chelsea and co. As you will see in the photos, it had such a nostalgic feel about it and I just loved the setting. A VW beetle rested out the back to add to my love for the hills hoist. Along with the amazing setting was the even better taste in style by Chelsea. Her vintage sky blue shoes were to die for and to match her lovely bridesmaids dresses, the whole combo with her own stunning dress, wow, trust me you’ll fall in love.
Both Chelsea and Jacob were a young couple in love but so calm and collected for their age. As we wait in the magical gardens provided by Gip’s Restaurant for the bride to arrive, with Jacob and his groomsmen sporting cheeky grins, well the rest is history.
I could seriously go on and on about these two love birds and how much fun this day was but I’m going to let the images do the talking. Thanks to all the venders involved for also making this such a smooth and magical day for all. Enjoy.
Venue // Gip’s Restaurant
Celebrant // Margaret Murray
Flowers // Rhian Jerrems
Makeup // Kimberley Armanasco Freelance Makeup Artist
Hair // Profile Hair Design
Cake // Shimmer & Sparkle Cakes
Photographer // Graeme Passmore, Byron Bay Wedding Photographer
Photo Booth // Graeme Passmore Photography