This past weekend I had the pleasure of capturing Jennifer & Rob’s relaxed church ceremony in Ripley, followed by their Papakata tent wedding reception on Jen’s godparents’ farm.
A few of our favourite things:
The day incorporated everything they love: classic cars, friends and family from all over the world, delicious food & a decadent Patisserie bar by Kalm Kitchen, and amazing Jazz band (The Jazz Soul Boogie Band) to get the party started. Jenn’s cousin, Lynn decorated the light & airy Sperry canvas tent with gorgeous blooms and they even had a floral photo frame for selfies! The colour scheme for their wedding was a mix of summer berries and pastel blues which really popped against the neutral tent backdrop, set in a field.
Jen looked stunning in her Sassi Holford wedding gown (with pockets!), paired with a vintage veil which has been in her family for many years.
This Papakata tent wedding was a dream to capture – very relaxed, beautifully designed and after some rain, we were blessed with a breath-taking sunset before the happy couple partied the night away with their guests.
Below is just a small preview from the day. Mr & Mrs Harm, thank you for having me. Enjoy your wedding preview and have a wonderful honeymoon!
Jen’s godfather had his collection of vintage cars on display at the farm, and this was the wedding car!
Loved the berry tones of Jen’s wedding bouquet by Richardsons Flowers in Ripley.
A gorgeous moment between Jen and her lovely sister Sabrina during bridal prep.
Love a wedding dress with pockets!
The breath-taking Papakata Sperry tent set up. Loved the berry tones and pastel blue napkins.
Delicious wedding camapes by Kalm Kitchen, styled to perfection as always.
Loved their floral table plan, set in a Fortnum & Mason wicker basket.
A sterling speech by Rob and the happy couple in their floral photo frame.
The look on little flower girl Isabel’s face, is priceless. Eyes on the prize!
Gorgeous naked wedding cake by Spongeworks.
The decadent Patisserie Bar by Kalm Kitchen. Little pots of heaven, with macaron & chocolate lollies below.
A brief moment between Mr & Mrs Harm while guests warm up the dance floor.