Corinne & Jarrod… a rather epic engagement shoot.

I had the absolute pleasure of photographing Corinne and Jarrod’s engagement shoot a couple of weeks ago. It was one of those amazing days we have in the stunning Blue Mountains when the weather can just change quite dramatically which I think really enhanced this particular shoot. I hope you are ready to be blown away by this lovely couple just as I was!

I can’t wait to photograph their wedding later in May.

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Karen - 27/03/2013 - 2:10 am

I love these photos – even if I am biased as it’s my daughter. ๐Ÿ™‚ I love the magic, the naturalness and the laughter and joy. Beautifully balanced with lovely play of light, great art direction, balance and creativity and minute observation. What wonderful memories. Thank you Peter.

Nicole Landgrebe - 27/03/2013 - 10:59 pm

WOW, Peter, amazing photography, gorgeous couple, stunning locations and what a beautiful transformation of your blog…… I love it, Im sure all of your clients will appreciate your fabulous talent as well.

Kim Vernon - 29/03/2013 - 9:04 pm

Absolutely stunning, I loved them all! Well done Peter, the blog looks fabulous as well ๐Ÿ™‚

Mt Tomah & Chapel Hill Retreat Wedding

Kate and Peter were recently married at the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, Mount Tomah and their reception was held at Chapel Hill Retreat, Berambing. It was a such a beautiful glorious day. Fortunately their wedding was held on Sunday as the day before it had been raining all day.

This wedding had to be one of the most laid back, relaxed weddings I have ever photographed. On arrival at the groom’s home, the boys were all ready dressed and playing a little golf putting in the hallway, then they were singing and dancing.

Kate and Peter had a Rose Ceremony for their respective mothers during their wedding ceremony. But there was one little hick-up … there were no roses! No problem! As quick as a flash, the maid of honour broke off two stems of tulips from her bouquet and gave them to the bride and groom to give to their mums. So instead of a rose ceremony I guess you could say it was a tulip ceremony…the symbolic meaning of it all was still the same.

There are quite a few extra photos I have included in this particular blog which may help you sense how relaxed these lovely people were.


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The Turpentine Tree Wedding Photography

When I arrived at the parent’s home where the bride was getting ready, I was greeted to a sign on the door…”Beware Bridezilla Zone”. I thought to myself, hang on a minute, this was not my impression of Megan over the months that I got to know her. I found her to be very easy going and lots of fun. It turns out it was just a little prank from the groom the night before, when he stuck the sign on the door.

I was so looking forward to this wedding as it was my first time to photograph a wedding at The Turpentine Tree, Kurrajong Heights. It was a vintage theme wedding, with lots of wonderful props and decorations including a gorgeous peacock chair. I just love weddings with lots of atmosphere and this one certainly didn’t disappoint.

There was a very funny moment during the bridal entry when Megan was walking with her father down the pathway lined with colourful paper pinwheels. The gentle breeze blew her lovely long veil and it got caught on one of the pinwheels and ended up pulling it out of the ground. No bridezilla to be seen here… she was in fits of laughter.

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natasha - 26/02/2013 - 6:57 am

stunning photos of a beautiful wedding!

Roslyn White - 04/03/2013 - 10:17 am

Absolutely stunning… Just so Megan…
Congratulations guys!

Terri Munro - 04/03/2013 - 10:50 am

Your wedding was so Beautiful!very emotional I wish you & james a very happy life together Stunning Pics! XX

Skye - 30/08/2015 - 11:15 am

Hi I was wondering if I could just get a price list.

Pretty as a Peacock

Is there a more glamorous chair than a peacock chair? What a perfect little piece of wedding heaven I had the pleasure of photographing in the lavender field at The Turpentine Tree in Kurrajong Heights.

More photos from Megan and James’ wedding coming shortly.

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dianne spears - 26/02/2013 - 8:19 am

Gorgeous photos, privileged to be Jame’s aunt to see him with his beautiful bride, both so happy. Wonderful photos..

Fairy tales do come true…

Once upon a time

the Princess met her Prince…

and they lived happily ever after.

Rebecca and Joshua were married at Saint Ignatius College, Riverview and their reception was held at Curzon Hall, Marsfield.

I love the balcony scene. It reminded me of one of those grand royal type settings…fit for a Princess and Prince don’t you think? To wrap up the fairy tale with a enchanting silhouette was just perfect… just like in those old classic children’s picture books made up of beautiful marbling silhouettes. A very romantic end… “and they lived happily ever after”.

Congratulations Rebecca and Joshua.

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