If you're already married I suggest you don't read this, you'll get serious wedding envy ... If you're not married yet there's still time to take a page out of Tilly & Jonos book and create an epic day like this one!
Every blog or post is the same, we talk about how amazing a wedding was and how it was THE BEST ONE YET! So what's different about this one you ask? EVERYTHING!
Samuel Jacob was there to capture the many events of the day!
Tilly & Jono really took advantage of the entire day. It wasn't just about the ceremony, then photos, then reception. The entire day was an event! It started with the boys hanging out with a whisky tasting by Tillys talented (and oh so cool) dad. He was so involved in the day, this guy embraced the father of the bride gig and enjoyed the day as much as anyone else!
Tilly had glam queen Make Up By Bonnie Lee there to work her magic on her tribe of bridesmaids. Bonnies style fit the bill perfectly, tying the entire look together! Tilly wore a stunning dress by Maggie Sottero and her hair slicked back into a low sleek bun, the perfect setting for her show stopping veil!
Now for the spectacular part. Tilly & Jono held their ceremony and reception at a family friends property in Eleebana (The second time here for us, we helped celebrate the owners friends engagement here not long ago)
These love birds didn't want to waste a minute of the day, and since they were inviting 200 guests to the do' they wanted to keep some parts of the celebration as intimate as possible. So before the ceremony they gathered a handful of their favourites to a family members house for some pre wedding drinks and photos! Tilly and Jono shared their first look with their families and it couldn't have been more perfect!
After a little mingling in the garden the bridal PARTY (And I emphasise PARTY!) shoot off for photos. Keep in mind these guys haven't even gotten married yet!
Alright it's time to get serious.... sorta!
Tilly & Jono knew they wanted a party. They didn't want to waste the day with traditions and formalities. The bit the bullet and did a ceremony, pulled themselves away from the party for a swift 15 minutes to tie the know, then jump straight back into it!
Oh you thought the ceremony was going to be serious? We served up 220 fireball shots to seal the deal!
Ok formalities are over (I use the term formalities very loosely)
I think you get the vibe of the day. Basically, It was epic! We worked into the early hours of the morning keeping the dancing shoes fuelled and would do it all again!
Here are a few more shots just in case you weren't quite jealous enough!
All images courtesy of Samuel Jacob Photography
Caravan Bar The Roaming Eagle
Bride glam by Make Up By Bonnie Lee