Chris and Stevie chose me as their Byron Farm Wedding Photographer… Strange sentence I know, but that is what I was none-the-less lol. It was a relaxed and amazing wedding day in Byron Bay. It rained, but not enough to stop the quaint outdoor ceremony.

Stevie is just one of those people you can not help but love. She made a beautiful bride, and her smile was contagious. There was talk pre-ceremony on how much Chris would cry but he managed to keep it together…. JUST.  We had so much fun for their 20 minutes of photos, before relaxing as guests. For the first time in 4 years I photographed this wedding with my husband, Daniel. That was a little extra treat for me. While we didn’t photograph it, Stevie and Chris’s wedding speeches reminded me of just how important they are. There was just so much love in that little room for this couple and their families… it was awesome. So was the dancing.

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The venue was great! A great spot for a Rustic Byron Bay Wedding. It has been nearly a year since I was the photographer at a Byron Farm wedding, and I have missed it! If you are looking for a low key, DIY wedding venue in Byron Bay, check out Tooraloo Farm Stay. It is really pretty, and it kinda has everything you could need for a family based wedding, with a large amount of accomodation onsite too. Well, I know I am not very good at this blogging business, but if you are looking for Rustic Byron Bay Wedding ideas, look here. This wedding was awesome. If you are looking for a photographer and like my work, please check out  another blog from a Bryon Farm Wedding, please click here. Super cool venue too. Oh, and my plug as always, looking for a good wedding photographer? Look for the AIPP logo.