Wedding Ceremony + Reception | Ceduna Ceduna Wedding Photographer | Jade Norwood Photography Make up artist | Amy Faklis
Hair Stylist | Shear Envy
Florist | Jacinta Woolford
Engagement rings + wedding bands | Desmond Jewellers Whyalla
Bridal Gown | Anna Campbell
Bridesmaid dresses | Mr K (Bridal on Pulteney)
Shoes | Zu Shoes
Cake designer | Shannon Nielsen
Decorator | Fairytale weddings and events
Wow, what a day to be a Ceduna wedding photographer it was on the 13th of April! I woke up in the morning and new it was going to be an awesome day, hardly any wind and lots of cloud cover.. awesome…
Both Kirby + Dwayne were so relaxed and cruisey the whole time I was with them. I met the guys at the ceremony, down on the lawn at the foreshore, the bay was just looking stunning, the water looking like glass. After the ceremony the bridal party and I headed off to an old shed to start the photos, we had been there for a little while and then next minute we were greeted by a random goat… lol… It was sooo great having so much time with the bridal party, it allows us to go to lots of different locations and be alot more relaxed.
Thank you Kirby + Dwayne for allowing me to share in your wedding… Wishing you both a very happy and healthy life together:) Hope you enjoy your sneak peek…
Jane and Damon where married in Ceduna and had a gorgeous rustic wedding, with such lovely and meaningful details. I love hessian, and I love the way it was used throughout the entire wedding day.
Jane and Damon have been together for a long while and have two beautiful children, Zoe and Beau, who were the flower girl and paige boy. They had a large bridal party of 17, and I was a little worried as we didnt have long between the ceremony and when we had to be back at the reception… but I have to thank the bridal party and car drivers for all helping and being on the ball so that we could get as many images as possible in the time allowed.
I have to make a special mention of the cake designer Sharine Mahar, we are so lucky to have someone so talented in Ceduna… Just love her work…
Thank you both for choosing me to capture your special day, wishing your family all the very best with health and happiness for many years to come xx
The advantage of being a photographer is that you can do your job all over the world, and the effort you make in travelling is rewarded with endless opportunities to challenge your skills. New scenery, new backdrops, and new subjects will test amateurs, but bring out the best in great photographers.
As a wedding photographer who is willing to go the distance, Jade Norwood has risen to and above this challenge, capturing precious memories for each of her clients in their cherished locations. Most recently, Adelaide weddings have been filling the diary of this Eyre Peninsula wedding photographer, and she couldn’t be happier with the opportunities.
“My favourite Adelaide wedding locations so far… Oh my gosh… its so hard for me to choose because each location has its pros and cons! Ummm I will go with the K1 Winery in McLaren Vale. My mind wouldn’t stop, it was just constantly going over where we could move to next for the perfect shot,” said Jade. “But most importantly, where we were was really meaningful to my Bride and Groom, and that made the photos all the more special.”
As a Bride in regional South Australia choosing to have her wedding in Adelaide, finding an Adelaide wedding photographer can prove to be a nightmare. This is the Bride’s advantage in falling in love with a travelling photographer – they’ll go where you ask them to, be close by for any pre-wedding meetings, and like Jade, they are ready to bring out the best in the location that means so much to you and your wedding day.
“I’ve done weddings in the city and through many locations arounds Adelaide, but doing a wedding in the Clare Valley would be a dream – a mix of farming properties, vineyards and beautiful old churches give the ideal backdrop for that ‘wow’ wedding photo. Having an outdoor reception with lots of unique vintage details and gorgeous lighting would just be awesome.”
Adelaide Brides aren’t stuck with Adelaide wedding photographers either; “Your wedding photos should be exactly what you dream of – a true reflection of how you view your day, don’t restrict yourself to a search inside your immediate area. Like me, a lot of regional wedding photographers are just waiting for the opportunity to travel to a new location where they can capture something amazing.”
So don’t write off your favourite photographer because of a bit of distance – give them a call. You never know, it could be the start of a beautiful long distance relationship!
Wow, to pick just a handful of Todd and Danielle’s rustic and vintage inspired wedding photos was a very hard task, after the second round of picks…. I still had 54 favs! I cant wait to share so many more. Such a gorgeous day, gorgeous couple and gorgeous locations:) It was a tad warm, and just a little (lol, no.. it was a lot) bright for the bridal party, but they all did such a good job dealing with the sun!
Todd and Danielle were married at Pt Sinclair and later the reception was held in a beautiful marquee on the Penong football oval.
Thank you both for allowing me to be part of your wedding day, wishing you all the very best for a future of happiness together xx
Wedding Location | Penong, South Australia Wedding Photographer | Jade Norwood Photography Wedding Dress | Johanna Johnson Jewellery | Samantha Wills Marquee and decoration | Fairytale Wedding Cake Designer | Sharnie Mahar