If there were three words to best describe Ali and Cam’s Bowral farm wedding , it’ll be this: fun, awesome and vibrant. Moving forward with said adjectives, I think rounds up Ali and Cam’s personalities. It’s the very reason why I have the image set below; it’s the one, single photo that hammers what’s written above!


Ali and Cam decided to have their wedding during the day. Are you thinking, “well aren’t all weddings during the day?”. That’s correct. But the order that Ali and Cam had their’s was a little different to the norm. They got ready as normal, followed that with a quick ceremony at their aunties private property in Bowral. Normally the photo session starts after the ceremony, but we pushed that back to sunset. So, the reception (a luncheon) followed the Ceremony celebrations instead.

This schedule works perfectly for two reasons:

  1. As a bride and groom, you don’t have to quickly say hi and buy after the Ceremony; you can enjoy the company of the people invited longer.
  2. Photographers will love you. Why? The best light is at the end of the day, which is perfect for photos. Have a scroll down and you’ll see why.

So that’s enough talk from me. I don’t want to bore you any longer than I have to. I hope you enjoy looking through this nice blog of Ali and Cam’s Bowral farm wedding, the couple is absolute legends and deserve all the lovely things life brings them.

Quite a few people are moving to this Bowral farm wedding day structure. Here’s Laura and Josh’s south coast wedding.

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Here’s another farm(ish) looking wedding of Bec and Talor in the Hunter Valley!

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