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Kara & Mark are two of the sweetest people you will ever meet, they are just thoughtful & genuine as are all of their families and friends. The day started off for me by doing a little scenic drive down to the Kangaroo Valley and seeing some cows, which if you know anything about me, you will know my love of cows is only exceeded by my love of dinosaurs and food. So, right off the bat, I knew this day was going to be something cramazing!
When I think about Kara & Mark, I really think of just a warm rainbow of colours, so when I got to the see both of them and their bridal parties and saw everything; the bridesmaids dresses, to the flowers, the boys ninja turtle socks; everything was a pop of warm colour, it really felt completely perfect. Their wedding day was a perfect reflection of them and their love of the outdoors, they married at the top of Minimbah Farm, overlooking the valley, with their marquee gorgeously set up above. I love when everything is happening in the one location, it feels like the party starts right from the ceremony and everyone certainly was in the loved up spirit.
I have to say, it looks like their day was sunny and gorgeous the whole way through, but it started raining RIGHT after the ceremony, stopped long enough for us to grab some gorgeous photos and then started right up again as soon as we got back to the reception. It was almost like it was timed to perfection. They really planned their whole day to make sure everyone had a ball, including having glow sticks for the dancing portion of the evening, seeing how much fun everyone had with them, it’s definitely an awesome addition to any wedding day!
I’ve been a bit neglectful of the blog lately, and really there’s no excuse not to have shared the wonderfulness of Skye & Tom’s wedding earlier! They are two of the kindest people that I have had the pleasure of meeting, and I have to say that meeting them for the first time felt like I was meeting up with two old friends and for that I am so lucky and thankful.
Their wedding was one filled with brumby undies, shots before the ceremony, a little bit of crying, a lot of laughing, a crazy amount of dancing and kismet. There are few things I will remember as much as driving up to Foster the morning of their wedding wondering whether their lovely outdoor wedding was actually going to take place given the clouds that were forming. But, I need not have worried, as if on cue, as Skye was about to take her walk to the ceremony location, the clouds parted and we were left with the most beautiful light for the rest of the afternoon.