Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Chris and Kara summed up their relationship in three words. Honesty, Adventure and happiness. Their springtime garden wedding reflected this.  It was quintessentially an English country garden look which had to be seen to be believed. The romantic ceremony was followed by a stunning reception, held in a beautiful glass roofed conservatory. It was like something straight out of a midsummer night’s dream!

The day began with a relaxed brunch at Queesnpark, for all the guests attending the wedding. Consequently, this allowed Chris and Kara to spend plenty of time with everyone, as we all know it can get busy at the wedding itself. It was then onto the couple’s chosen venue, Gabbinbar Homestead, for a wedding like no other.

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Chris and Kara chose Jarrad Bayliss to be their celebrant, with the ceremony and reception both held at Gabbinbar Homestead. This was also the location of the couple’s wedding photography – and what a wonderful backdrop it made.

Furthermore, Karas dress was made by the groom’s sister. Kate Gubanyi of the GC bridal lounge, whilst the groom wore Instichu. Kara’s hair was perfected by Hannah Hensley, and her make-up look was created by Marley Hammond. The team from Fable house films were on hand to capture the special moments with their epic cinematography. Floral decor was designed by Deanes Wedding Flowers.

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Following their evening party Chris and Kara left to spend some quality time together – but they soon realised they’d been so busy celebrating all day that they hadn’t had a chance to eat much at all. So – it was a midnight run to Maccas on this pair’s wedding night!

Chris and Kara then headed off on a mini moon where they revisited all the places they’d stayed while they were falling in love.  Likewise, on the wedding night itself they stayed at Preston’s eco ridge hideaway. The first place they ever went away together.

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Finally it was a five day retreat in a cabin outside of Tenterfield, complete with uninterrupted views of beautiful landscapes and rolling hills. They also made time for a trip to Stanthorpe, staying at a vineyard and indulging in some of the best wines around. It sounds like an unbeatable way to start married life together to us!

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Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

 

Gabbinbar Wedding Photographer

December 29th, 2018|Categories: Toowoomba Weddings, Brisbane Weddings|