Summergrove Wedding Photography
“We met Leah at a bridal expo one year before our wedding. We found her so bubbly and friendly and when we had a preview of her work on display, my husband and I knew we had to have her as our wedding day photographer. Over the year we got to know Leah from communication over email and text messaging and when we arranged our engagement photo shoot we had so much fun! Leah exceeded our expectations on our wedding day. She was much more than a photographer, she was a time keeper, a coordinator and personal assistant, this made the day run so smoothly. Leah was very professional and polite to all our guests and went to a lot of effort to include them and she worked brilliantly with our other vendors.
Leah is such a genuine and caring person and from the thousands of pictures taken on the day, she made it possible for us to re-live every moment of our wedding day. I hope this review gives other bride and groom’s to be enough insight to make the great decision to have Leah a part of their special day!” – Rachel and Corey about Follett Photography, Summergrove wedding photography.
Rachel and Corey’s wedding day was absolutely perfect. Every detail was just amazing, and the atmosphere was something I will remember for a long time. If you are planning a wedding, please take note of the suppliers below.
The day started early, with Rachel getting ready in the bridal room in the new barn at Summergrove Estate. All the while, Corey and the boys were heading for breakfast and a swim in Coolangatta. The weather, perfect: a few thick clouds to make the sky just gorgeous. Lara and Prue (see supplier details below) did an amazing job on the girls makeup and hair, enabling Rachel to look like a complete princess in her Galia Lahav couture gown. The dress was beyond amazing.
Lizzy did an amazing job of the ceremony, as always. It took place in the chapel, with beautiful oceans views making the perfect backdrop. The aisle provided an elegant entry for the bride, as a result of the Fresh flowers (Ivy and Bleu). Rachel arrived in a princess style horse and carriage, provided by Drayhorse Shires. Corey, on the other hand, arrived in style by Helicopter. Rachel and Corey said their personal vows without a hitch and finished with a kiss and a cheer! Live music filled the room, thanks to the Baker Boys. The saxophone was, by far, my favourite.
The bridal party were an awesome bunch. They kept the good times flowing through the photo session around the property, despite mid summer heat and ant bites (ouch!). One of the boys didn’t know how to throw the veil for the photos, but we forgave him for that.
The couple’s reception entrance was an experience for all guests because they were welcomed into the room by traditional middle eastern drums. Absolutely epic! The room was decorated perfectly as a result of the hard work by the many suppliers named below. The speeches were beautiful, finished off with a song. Then came the cake … an upside down hanging cake!!! Event Letter‘s lit the dance floor with their MR & MRS combination. Baker Boys Band did an amazing set, resulting in a night of dancing and just plain old good cheer.
I have just summarised, in just a couple of sentences just SOME of the details of this wedding. These suppliers are truely amazing so please visit their websites and social pages. I truely loved working with each one.
Photography – Follett Photography
Venue – Summergrove Estate
Styling / Co-ordination / Bouquets – Ivy and Bleu
Hair – Harpier
Makeup – Lara Quinn
Accessories – Roman and French
Venue – Summergrove Estate
Celebrant – Elizabeth Jesse (Lizzy)
Stationary – Cara Marie Designs
Cake – A Little Cake Place
Light up Letters – Event Letters
Flower wall and runners – Luxe Flower Wall Hire
Horse and Carriage – Drayhorse Shires
Helicopter – ABC Heli
Lebanese Drums – Sahra Entertainment
Band – Baker Boys Band
Groom and Groomsman suits – Black Jacket Suiting
Wedding rings – Diamonds International Brisbane