I did not meet Alex and Nick till the day before the wedding when they came by the studio to deliver sheaths of wheat from their farm in far north NSW to be used in all the boys buttonholes. It was a treat, to have something so personal and home grown to use in the wedding. This is one of the reasons I love working (and foraging) in country NSW. The beautiful images you will see in this post are another reason that so many are drawn to the Southern Highlands to get married...and often then end up moving here to live...I can understand why.
All these spectacular images are from the photographer Keegan Cronin www.keegancroninweddings.com shot at a private property in Joadja NSW on March 2nd 2016
Alex wanted an unstructured, simple bouquet with lots of texture and natural elements, we included the wheat from their farm and also all the pretties of open garden roses, cosmos, lissianthus, magnolia, queen anne's lace, buddlia, clematis vine, dahlia and autumn grasses.