Like all teenage dreams of first love in summer, this is that kind of affective day when Beau and Kate tie the knots after thirteen years of friendship. Early summer days, warm breeze, binge drinking, footy watching, like where it started thirteen years ago, this love storytelling keeps going, only different with their names ties together forever.
From today, best friends become husband and wife, long waited and deserved, like the sun shines through summer, like the river runs along desert, like the moon lights up the dark night.
We had the luck to capture and witness this day, like we have been brought back to the day they met for the first time, the feeling of love in air has unveiled itself. Kate and Beau were married at the 140-hectare Perricoota Station and its magnificent river frontage with a centuries-old homestead date from 1861. With a style in heritage of candid photos, the relaxation and celebration are rather a very Aussie style. We had captured the day with the ceremony by the riverside with greenery gumtrees, followed by water activities that all Aussie guests get a taste of enjoyment on this sunny day, a great beginning to start the summer in 2019.
You may also notice the rustic photos. Yes, the natural advantage of this unique venue, the heritage style of barn and homestead has made this day even more outstanding. We absolutely enjoyed the mix of historical background with what the nature could kindly offer on this beautiful day.
We thank Kate and Beau for this beautiful day surrounded by happiness shared by many including us there photographing. We truly wish this love couple (and a new family in growth) live happily ever after.
Perricoota Station Echuca Moama Wedding Photography
Candid Wedding Photography