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    What you are about to see is serious photo overload…. There are lots! I struggled to cut them down to this many as there was easily another 50 I could have shared with you. I blame Shannon and Kirsty for being so funny and photogenic. There wedding was such a laugh and the entire bridal party knew how to strike a pose or twenty! With these two in the pictures and the backdrop of Oliver’s Chaff Shed in Mclaren Vale, The Victory Hotel, Silver Sands Beach and Port Willunga beach you couldn’t go wrong. We also stopped off at Oscar’s where Shannon popped the question to grab a few quick photos.

    The entire day was a blast, Kirsty and Shannon chose a perfect location for a fun affair and the Pizza was delish!

    I’m going to keep the writing short today as these photos speak for themselves, hope you enjoy them.

    Carly xoxo

    VENUE: Oliver’s Chaff Shed McLaren Vale

    HAIR & MAKEUP: Amour Flair by Carmen

    CATERING: All Fired Up


    I warn you, what you are about to see is truly gorgeous. Tracey put so much thought into the detail of her day and it truly showed. Myself and Nicole who was along shooting for the day had a ball capturing all the prettiness and laughter of this day. Their were flowers, pearl and antique glassware that scattered the tables courtesy of Fabulous Functions, the prettiest lolly buffet from Sooti and Sweet, handmade flower broaches for the girls dresses, parasols, family and friends that were a true pleasure to spend this special day with and two rambunctious pups that had an adventure of their own on the wedding day.

    But nothing was as beautiful as the main event, when Tracey and Graham stood at the altar and said ‘I Do’ There were tears, smile and lots of laughter as we celebrated this special day and Nicole and I caught it all on camera.

    Hope you enjoy!


    p.s be sure to check out Nicole’s blog here


    I was looking for this little blog to show a magazine editor and couldn’t find it anywhere, until I looked in the draft section on my wordpress admin panel and found it hidden away. I didn’t want to put the baby in a corner any more so without further ado the gorgeous wedding of Lisa and Ben…

    April has been a month of road tripping for me, first Port Lincoln then last week I drove down to robe to shoot this gorgeous wedding. Nothing was going to stop me from getting to this wedding, not even a Hilux that hit my little Kia Rio in Kingston. So after a quick exchange of details in front of the big Lobster and the miracle of getting a hire car in a town with a population of 1400 people I was off on the rest of my journey to Robe. This wedding was extra special as a lot of people I have a lot of love for were there celebrating these nuptials. The simple sweet detail Lisa had planned with perfection made this day even more intimate and personal.

    Despite the rain vows were shared, a kiss was had and we all cheered as these two got hitched. For the photos the pressure was on as Ben the groom is an amazing landscape photographer with his own company earth art I had been practising my landscape photography as not to disappoint him but the overcast day and pouring rain meant we switched from our seaside shots to our forest and fields. I really had nothing to worry about with this bridal party who knows how to pose and a bride that is truly photogenic.

    It was a delight sharing your wedding with you, hope you enjoy this Goode little wedding.



    My absence for wedding blog posts has not been due to a lack of stunning weddings, more the lack of computers to edit, select the few special pics I want to share and the ability to use this incredible thing called the world wide web. With my old faithful computer finally put out to pasture after four years of faithful service I have bowed to pressure, got myself a mac and will be posting again like crazy over the coming weeks.

    The first of these weddings I am going to share is Brett and Tara’s wedding at Mt Lofty House. I loved their unique take on their wedding day. They held their ceremony before lunch and had a cocktail reception with friends before having an intimate dinner in the upstairs dining room with the bridal party and their families. It was such a sweet idea and meant that time was spent with loved ones. I even got to do a mini shoot with the gorgeous nieces and nephews that were so adorable. There was plenty of time to spend with the netball girls and have a dance, enjoy some delicious cupcakes from Cupcake Glamour and even had time to kick back and play some games. It was truly a delightful day and was a true honour to share it with you both.

    Hope you enjoy,
    Carly xoxo


    So I am a little biased when I say these two are adorably cute (I have to be they are my cousin’s children) but I am definitely not being biased when I say Molly is one little girl who knows how to strike a pose and that the camera loves her. Molly was dressing up, playing and would be up for pretty much anything to get in the spotlight and perform for me. That is except play in the field where there was a lone bee flying around. In her five year old words ‘Im not an outdoors person.’

    Angus took a more cuddly and smiley approach to wooing me and any time I get baby cuddles I am a happy woman so I didn’t mind at all.

    I promised Molly I would put up a blog just for her so without further adieu here is a gorgeous little shoot for you to enjoy.

    Carly xoxo

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