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Narmbool Homestead Wedding

Hidden away in the hills around Elaine, Victoria, is a gorgeous old bluestone homestead (part of Sovereign Hill) called Narmbool. It was at this gem where the gorgeous couple Melissa and Callum were wed.

We couldn't have asked for a better day, and Melissa and Callum set out to greet their guests with cute little sign posts leading to the stunning driveway of Narmbool.

Getting ready was at the Narmbool Lodge with vistas to the most gorgeous views. Melissa walked down the aisle looking radiant in her Pearls and Roses gown and carrying a beautiful bouquet of flowers by Little Blue Wren. Callum looking dapper in his checked jacket and chinos from the awesome Eddy Elias Menswear.

The ceremony took place under the wisteria adorned veranda of the old homestead and Melissa and Callum shared their first icecream together as a memento of their first date. The cutest vintage icecream cart styled by Trove Hire and Styling was waiting for them under the sweeping shade of a gorgeous old tree.

Photos were taken around the old homestead driveway and down at the boat ramp. My goodness! The spring colours were just amazing and the bridal colour palette was just perfect!

The evening ensued with a beautiful letter, written by Melissa's dad and read by Melissa's sister. Your amazing dad is so proud of you Mel. I'm just wanted to post this link to spread awareness of huntington's disease which has made such an impact on your lives.

Then lots of love and laughter into the night and my curtain call was the sparklers and night photos in the gorgeous garden of Narmbool.

Melissa and Callum, I was so honoured to be your photographer. The emotion and the love surrounding you by family and friends was a pleasure to witness. A very fun bridal party as well! Some cheeky shots to go through there!

I wish you and your years ahead to be filled with joy. Please check out a small selection of images from your day! xx

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