Lynette & Paul | Country Wedding Photography

Lynette & Paul met at a local nightclub, and later Paul surprised Lynette with a gondola ride along the Yarra River where he proposed with a custom made ring! (How romantic is that!!!)

Every aspect of their wedding had personal touches.  Lynette wore a beautiful, elegant gown made of sequins, with a long train veil borrowed from her best friend.  The venue is owned by Lynette, and her wedding was the first (hopefully of many!) held in her gorgeous venue Lady Lavender’s Tea Rooms in Bunyip.

With a sister for a florist, the wedding was a something out of a flower show, absolutely amazing (I could have spent all day photographing all the floral details!  The reception was a fun, relaxed – party atmosphere.  We didn’t spent very long with the formal portraits so the bridal party could enjoy celebrating with their guests – but as you can see walking only steps from the church, was just the most beautiful and romantic places for us to photograph.

And I have to mention that the Bride & Groom had a pretty interesting argument leading up to the day.  Being their own DJ’s for the reception, they had a difference of opinion on what should be played.  For a die-hard Elvis fan, having his wife-to-be putting her foot down and refusing Elvis to be played, well…. (wait til you see…. that’s all I’m saying!)

I hope you enjoy the showcase!  Congratulations once again Lynette & Paul, we enjoyed every second of the wedding!

Shayla - Your work is beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sophie - So so gorgeous! What a stunning bride and you captured so many emotions…brilliant!

katie - Wow wow wow! How stunning are those girls? And that dress! Gorgeous as always, Miss Gemma. Especially your black and whites.

sofi - Beautifully captured and what a beautiful bride!

caroline bowen - What a GORGEOUS wedding. I love all the beautiful details you have captured Gemma…perfect xx

Tracy - Beautiful… And I want the brides hair!

marina - beautiful work Gemma x

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