Descending the staircase in front of Kingsford Homestead was a vision that bride Sarah always had for her Wedding Day. As a fan of McLeod’s Daughters, and a country girl, there was no other venue that would fit the brief.
I was lucky enough to capture this Barossa Wedding which can only be described as a romantic country affair uniting two lovely individuals. Family and friends travelled from near and far to bare witness to their marriage, officiated by Kerry Tudor.
Sarah took her devotion for the venue and paired this with soft pink and grey hues. She wore a blush Wedding gown and handcrafted all the stationery in keeping with the colour scheme and iconic homestead.
The county elements were infused by the natural setting, cowboy boots and banquet reception in the refurbished shearing shed. Chatter filled the air and guests mingled only sitting down to enjoy the feast and observe formalities.
I managed to sneak our bride and groom away in the early evening for some sunset photos on top of a neighbouring hill. We even jumped into a canola field, because it was just so inviting and a unique seasonal element to their images.
This was my first Wedding for the 2018/19 Season and what a way to get it all started. Many many congrats S & M!!