At Jade Norwood Photography we are super thankful for all of the weddings that we get to be involved in – the celebration of love and the promise of forever doesn’t get old, and combining this with the skills of our individual crafts results in something sweet. While we love checking facebook like the next person, not all of the #jnbrides wish for their photos to be shared in this way, instead allowing us to share simply the details of their beautiful weddings, and keeping their stories to themselves.
And sometimes, it’s the little details involved in a wedding that make it the most unique and unforgettable. Today, we get to share with you a wedding held at Longview Vineyard, a beautiful winery in the Adelaide Hills, where you can hold your wedding in a supremely renovated rustic hay shed and dairy on Saturday, and come back for Sunday Tapas (yes please!).
The old farm buildings coupled with the DIY work of the bride and groom (a unique rustic wedding chandelier of drop pendant lights, wood and fresh foliage) left the space dressed in an eclectic and rustic theme. The bride wore a Paolo Sebastian Dress with capped sleeves and amazing beaded detail. The bridesmaids were dressed by Bridesmaids Only, and the Men in Country Road and Marcs. Samantha Wills jewellery completed the look for the girls, and Maria Liambis put her heart into the most amazing, simple and classic wedding flowers. A macaroon cake wowed the guests and I loved the soft palette of colours spread throughout the wedding.
Thank you to the beautiful bride and groom for allowing us to share these photos of their wedding details – I hope you love your wedding photos after your wonderful winery wedding, and have an amazing married life together.