Deep in the Toolangi Forest lies Toolangi Heights, a special place for Brenton and Meg as it was the venue in which they met! A DIY venue with stunning views out to the forest, Brenton and Meg and their army of helpers worked tirelessly leading up to the wedding so everything was just perfect. The very talented and hands on Brenton even designed their logo and signage for the day. The last minute preparations were still being put in place only moments before the ceremony was about to begin. Edwina, the owner of Toolangi even gave a speech during the ceremony.
Brenton and Megs’ beloved greyhounds played an important part in the day, also taking part in the ceremony as well as their many nieces and nephews.
Preferring to maximise the time with their guests, Brenton and Meg undertook a first look down by the spring with their delighted bridal party watching on. Later in the evening, Meg suprised Brenton with a serenade and blew everyone away with their choreographed first dance! The plentiful Mexican inspired food from Mamma’s Van kept everyone’s bellies full and the very talented duo from Something Borrowed ensured the dance floor was pumping all night. The fire pit kept everyone warm and toasty
What an honour to be a part of this incredible day, thank you B & M!
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Photography is a celebration of love, life, laughter and family. It is capturing the joy, the tears, the raw emotions and the connections with our loved ones. I love to photograph people and places, photography is not just my job, it’s my passion.