Updated: Jul 1
Many things have changed since I got married three years ago. Elopements have been on the rise, styles and themes have changed and many vendors and venues have had to adapt to a new way of work through COVID times. Requests for flexibility have never been higher during these uncertain times. One venue that offers just that, is Tanilba House in Tanilba Bay, Port Stephens.
Deidre and Glenn have owned Tanilba House for the past four years and have done some extensive renovations on the property during that time to bring it back to its original glory. The beautiful, historic property oozes rustic charm, which is exactly what I had in mind for this shoot. Around every corner, there are more lush gardens and picturesque spaces to enjoy.
Diedre and Glenn were incredible throughout our styled shoot, offering options and flexibility for every space throughout the day. One of the great things about this venue is its ability to customise the ceremony and reception spaces to the specific needs of the couple. Nothing was too much trouble for Glenn, who didn't stop moving furniture all day for us :)
With a rustic/boho theme and an absolute dream team, we created an epic shoot with some beautiful Autumn vibes.
VENUE - Tanilba House
PHOTOGRAPHER - Wild Wattle Photography
VIDEOGRAPHER - White Maple Videography
FEMALE MODEL - Selina McCloskey
MALE MODEL - Christian Coulter
STYLING + HIRE + NAPKINS - Vintage Peacock
HAIR + MAKEUP - Indie Mane
BOUQUET + FLORALS - The Florists Table
CATERING - Sugar & Thyme
CAKE - Hey Sugar Cake Co
MENU + STATIONARY - House of Ela
LACE DRESS - Studio C Bridal
LIGHT SUIT - Rundle Tailoring
SEQUIN DRESS - Boohoo
FRILL DRESS - Boohoo