In a world where weddings often become a competition of the biggest and best of, the wedding of Emma & Ben truly touched our hearts. From using the same wedding cake topper as Emma’s grandparents (over 50 years ago!!), to the ceremony location being the site of where Ben used to go to school as a boy, these two clearly knew the meaning behind a wedding day. Not only a celebration of their own love for each other, but also that of their family and those who helped mould them into the beautiful and thoughtful people they are today. Congratulations Emma & Ben! xx
EMMA & BEN’S CREATIVE TEAM
Venue: Rouse Hill House & Farm
Videographer: Love Storm Films
Photo Booth: In The Booth (Sydney West)
Floral Bouquets: Clementine & Rose
Styling and other florals: VeeBee Creative
Make Up: Nicole Hill Make Up
Hair: Lush Hair At Home
Celebrant: Raffan Celebrant
Check out these beauties from Lauren at Clementine & Rose
Brilliant styling by Viv at VeeBee Creative!
Can you get any cuter?
I don’t think I should share the comment that started this reaction!
The handsome jokers of the day!
Thanks Raj from Love Storm Films for setting up in this beautiful light!
In all my years, I’ve never seen a horse pat himself! While Christian kept his hand still, this beautiful creature moved his head up and down against Christian’s hand! What a clever boy!
This is the process that Groomsmen go through once they realise photos in the dust have finished. Must clean shoes!
This is the incredible old school block that Ben called home in his early years!
One of this funniest memories Ben has was gathering with his mates and wrapping the ribbons around the pole. Cue reenactment, this time with his wife!
Oh man, these two!
Cake toppers that are 50 years old and used by your grandparents on their wedding day, yes please!
Louise & Jake from In The Booth (Sydney West) providing hours of instant fun!!