We headed off to the country last Saturday or Megan and Charlie’s big day. It was the second time I have shot on Megan’s family farm, the first time was for Rob (Megan’s brother) and Veronica’s engagement session.
The day started a little bit closer to town on Charlie’s family farm just outside Longford. We arrived as the guys were cooling down from water skiing. Once they were dressed and the customary search for the cufflinks had finished we went over to the main house where we met the spud gun and I was nearly eaten by a dog.
It was the usual chaos out at Dairy Plains at Megan’s farm, it was nice to see her parents again. The back yard had been converted into a church and just beyond that the marquee was all set for the reception. Megan’s dress came all the way from
The garden made a spectacular church and was filled with so many friends and family. It really was a very beautiful setting for their ceremony. Afterwards we headed off onto the farm to get some shots with the bridal party. As always, farms produce a really diverse range of locations for photos and we used many of them, from the hay bales to the feed store. Plus when you add in the mountains in the near distance, it was fantastic for photos.
The marquee was set up by family and friends, and I have to say it was the best marquee set up for a wedding I had ever seen. The pears on the tables represented the history of the Terry’s, who had orchards when they first came to
Big thanks again Megan and Charlie, it was get to share your day with you and also with your friends and families.