Kristy and Steven made their way from Kalgoorlie to Tarrington with many loved family and friends to celebrate their wedding on Stevens family farm. The ceremony was held in the Lutheran Church which has the most stunning wooden alter and pews all ending with bouquets of flowers that surrounded the couple as they said their “I do’s”.
The day started at the Churchill Villa, a beautiful vintage home where laughter from the girls could defiantly be heard in between make-up sessions and getting dressed. When it was Kristy’s turn to have the finishing touches on her stunning dress her parents entered and tears of joy and hugs where all round. A very proud mother and father.
After the ceremony the bridal party where treated with a ride in a vintage bus to photography locations and back to the farm where the rest of the night would kick off. A marquee was setup in the most fantastic way by family and friends in the two days leading up to the wedding. Every detail was breath taking from the “L.O.V.E” handmade festoon light letters at the back of the dance floor to the flowers and picture frames filled with family wedding photographs from over the years. With hay bale seats and a view of the Grampians guests where easily enjoying themselves during this special event.
Kristy & Steven and their bridal party where a laugh and a half to work with and seem to be a very close group of special people I’m sure will share more life steps together over the years.
Congratulations on your most amazing wedding!
Vendors that helped make this wedding special:
- Church: St Michaels Lutheran Church Tarrington
- Getting Ready: Churchill Villa
- Make up: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Hair : email@example.com
- Marquee: Breuers Hire
- Florist: Jamie Hunter
- Bus: Campe’s Motor Museum