When heritage + tradition combine to make one hell of a wedding!
Anita (with her polish background) and Ross (with his scottish background) has a blended tradition wedding that was off the charts! The day was glorious, a sunny, mild summers day in Dec. Campbell Point House could not have looked anymore inviting to guests to attend such a wedding. Most guests were international or interstate travellers (and ross and antiA Are both based in NSW) and so were treated to some of the best of what the Bellarine Peninsula has to offer!
Anita was an elegant vision in a Karen Willis Holmes dress, while ross + his men chose to forgo pants, and wear the traditional traditional dress - a scottish kilt complete with Sporran's. now, we attend a fair few weddings, and the choice of music ALWAYS brings a tear to our eye come ceremony time - however this was completely next level. Even the birds overhead were silent. As guests were all asked to turn around - from high above, within the house, a lone bagpipe player began his soulful tune. It was hauntingly magical, made all your hairs stand on end, and completely breath-taking. We didn't think it could get any better.
The weather gods came to the party for the entire day, guests feasted on catered goodness in the gardens, and Anita and Ross welcomed in their new married status with a shot of vodka with all of their guests!!
Anita and ross wanted to create some outside, on the inside, and warm up the space where guests were dining, and so the magic of Caris from prunella dressed the tables and spruced up the lighting to encourage a garden type feeling inside - guests felt as if dinner was served under the stars.
Dancing, singing and a whole lot of love paved the way for their newly married bliss.
so blessed we were to have been a part of their big day!!!!
Anita + Ross' Dream Team:
Styling: Wanderlust Creative
Photography: Katie Harmsworth
Location: Campbell Point House
Stationary: Santiago Sunbird
Brides Dress: Karen Willis HOlmes
Lighting: Pepper Sprout Hire