Tiffany + Joshua :: Bohemian Backyard Wedding, Brisbane Wedding Photographer
Venue: Private Property, Spring Mountain
Dress: Grace Loves Lace
Florist: Coconut Earth Flowers
Brides makeup: Bride
Bridesmaids makeup: Tanya Compton
Hair: Jessyka Rose Lee
Engagement ring: Salera
Brides wedding band: Louise Jean Jewellery
Grooms ring: Wedgewood Rings
Grooms bowtie + socks: Wood & Beau
Hire: Hampton Event Hire, Hodgepodge Hire, Gold Coast Wedding Hire
Catering: Roamin Pizza + One Last Bite
Marquee Hire: Complete Party Hire
“Oh my god. I love my photos!! They are so so perfect. I have not stopped looking at them!! Our photographers did such a phenomenal job. They were professional but also a lot of fun and handled my crazy loud friends and family so well. They were so experienced and hard working and captured every moment of our day perfectly. None of our photos looked forced or awkward. The style, the lighting, the little moments and details captured forever. I really could not have asked for better.” – Tiffany + Joshua
Tell us a little about your day…
The night before our wedding was the rainiest day of May. As we ran the rehearsal of our garden wedding in the rain we began to fear the worst and created a “wet weather plan”. The sun rose the next day on the most crystal clear, perfect day. My parents hosted our wedding at their beautiful property. The acres of protected bushland surrounding the land and the lush rainforest my parents spent years cultivating where the perfect back drop to our laid back wedding. We were really inspired to create a day with minimal fuss, a night of good friends and dancing under the stars. With a self serve bar and shot caddy, wood fire pizza and macaroons for dessert our guests left with happy bellies and happy hearts.
What was your fave part or moment from your day?
Our favourite moment was towards the end of the night. The shoes came off, the hair was let down and everyone was dancing on the dance floor with a slice of pizza in hand and a smile for ear to ear.
Do you have any words of wisdom or tips for future couples?
Don’t take anything too seriously. 50 years down the track you won’t remember the fact that half the stools turned up white and the other half cream (true story) the only thing that will matter is the love and joy you shared with the most important people in your life.