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Jake + Lisa’s Wedding

Jake + Lisa’s Wedding

Im truly happy to share this wedding of Lisa and Jakes, two really down to earth lovely people. The day wasn’t your ideal wedding weather however the bride and groom took it in their stride and didn’t let anything interrupt their celebrations. Heading back to the Teepee reception at the Tumby Bay Caravan was really special as this is Lisa’s parents business and a lot of hard work went into preparing the location.

I love this how did you first met story….
“Lisa and I met at an Adelaide Nightclub called ‘The Woolshed’. We were both out with friends on a Saturday night, dancing and drinking the night away. A friend of mine almost got into a hairy situation with a fiery stranger on the dancefloor, but Lisa de-escalated the situation and saved the day. We then began talking and exchanged phone numbers before one of Lisa’s friends needed to leave. And the rest is history”

Wishing you both all the very best with your new home, lots of love and laughter and making special memories along the way.
JN xx

Wedding Dress: Luv Bridal & Formal
Florist: Golden sable florist
Rings: Pedemonte Jewellers
Cake: Sugar daisy cakes
Decorator: EP function hire
Makeup Artist: Zoe Curtis
Hair Stylist: Drift hair
Reception venue: Tumby bay Caravan park

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Mr + Mrs Mudge’s Wedding Day

Mr + Mrs Mudge’s Wedding Day

Tegan and Stephen become husband and wife on their farm just outside of Poochera in SA. On a tranquil hill with a view over the homestead, surrounded by their two adoring boys Ollie + Oakly, family and friends we witness genuine emotion and love from the newlyweds.

I asked Tegan how they met: “Stephen and I first met at school in 2004. It wasn’t till our senior years in 2009 when we first said we liked each other. It wasn’t till 2011 when we got together and hung out and it all kind of escalated from there. We had our first kiss in his best mates Camry at a sports presentation night (same date we have chosen to get married, six years later) and 2 month later I was moving into his house on his family farm. We moved to Port Augusta and started working away in the shearing sheds. A few months later I fell pregnant with out first child and we moved back to the farm.”

We had such a great time with you all and wish you both a healthy and happy future.
JN xx

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Back up your photos

Back up your photos

Back up your photos – and here’s a thought perhaps print some too, what about even putting one in a frame!!

It seems every year technology is making it easier and easier for use to take photos (brilliant), phones being an all in one device and camera features always advancing!

As a matter of fact, people from this decade have been the most photographed throughout history, however we also hold the record for the most lost memories. We lose our phone, drop it in water, run over it with the car, haven’t backed it up for months, and just like that you have lost all your memories of your newborn baby from birth to growing into a six months old.

We stopped printing photographs and backing them up… Why?

I don’t have all the answers but it happens far too often that I hear a friend or a client say they have lost all their photos from their phone – and the reality is that means those memories can only be relived in your own mind, not shared with others, and you’re probably going to forget a lot of them in the rush of life. Photos are a legacy, not just a computer file.

So here’s a reminder to upload your photos to your computer. Then back them up to an external drive. Find a couple you want to print for a random album of photos, or to put on the fridge, or to place in one of those draws that is full of photographic prints that make you laugh every time you open it. And hey!! even put one in a frame!!

Now mark your calendar for next month and the month after to do the same. You’ll be surprised how many memories are triggered just by looking at the photos as they upload! Of course – we totally endorse getting professional photos too – not just because it’s our business and we believe in their quality, but sometimes you need to be on the other side of the camera with your loved ones to!!

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Photo – My nieces, Lacey and Chelsea from a couple of years ago…