Caroline + Greg

A first look at Caroline and Greg’s rather amazing wedding in Mt. Sturgeon Estate in Dunkeld. In the shadow of the Grampians these guys tied the knot- several knots in fact. They also poured sand to symbolise their union and more than a few tears were shed – mostly by the groom which is always nice!

Many of the guests stayed at the nearby Corea Quarters the night before where a rather serious game of poker developed. I was there to document and thankfully didn’t lose the farm. Nor get lost at the farm for that matter.

For the wedding Caroline sported a pair of green boots which were both fashionable and practical for the rural setting.  The reception was held in the woolshed with a beautiful rustic feel complete with hay bales and a very cosy fire.

Here’s how I saw events unfolding….

people who helped make the day perfect.

Wedding Venue – Mt Sturgeon Estate, Dunkeld
Accomodation Venue – Corea Quarters, Dunkeld
Wedding Dress – Dubois Bridal Warrnambool
Suits – Spurling Hire Myer Melbourne
Make-up/Hair – Affair with Hair Hamilton
Flowers – Gray St Flowers Hamilton
DJ/MC – James Leversha

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  1. Kristen Bruce

    Looks like a gorgeous day 🙂 love the boots!! Beautiful photos xx

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  2. Hayley Day

    Great photos 🙂 absolutely beautiful day

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  3. Wedding Institute of Australia

    beautiful images, loved the emotion of the groom on spotting his bride for the first time, just precious!

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  4. Daisy Lozano

    amazzzzzziingggg photos!!!!!

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  5. Faith L.S

    Can’t wait to see the rest!!

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  6. Angie Redmond O'Day

    Oh Paul you captured the essence of the beautiful Union!! Love love love all of the pics!! Nice work !

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  7. Lori McKenzie

    Absolutley gorgeous! Loved the photos

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