So this weekend Margie and Scott tied the knot on their 9th anniversary, on Margie’s family farm ‘Mogong’ just out of Canowindra. We had the best time capturing their day, and what a day it was! Sarah Powell, of Bespoke Country Weddings was the coordinator behind the big day, ensuring things ran seamlessly.
Margie had mentioned to us that Scott was a pretty handy guy, one of the things that she was most attracted to about him – and driving up the driveway we could see she wasn’t joking. The gorgeous gum trees leading up to the homestead had spot lights underneath, ready to light up when the sun went down. Scott and his mates had assembled the marquess that they had purchased online, filling it with stunning native flowers, homemade timber candle holders using branches from a sugar gum tree they cut down on the farm. Margie’s parents, Eileen and Bill spent months leading up to the day getting the grounds of Mogong looking spectacular. Eileen’s green thumb in the garden paid off!
Margie’s dress was created around her stunning Johanna Johnson cape, with the matching earrings just arriving on time! Margie walked down the aisle to the talented Emily Pavey. Homemade scones in the garden followed the intimate ceremony, before guests moved onto the tennis courts for canapes. Byng Street Catering outdid themselves on the slow roasted lamb for the main. The highlight of the night was the flash mob dance to Bette Middler’s Chapel of Love, which had Margie in tears. Local band “Risky Business” had everyone dancing until midnight, when Margie and Scott run out under a tunnel of the worlds largest sparklers.
This was a absolutely wonderful day, we feel so honoured to have been a part of it! Congrats Margie and Scott, may your married life be as long and happy as your grandparents!
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