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It rained for most of Amy and Ethan’s Bimbadgen Palmers Lane Wedding. But, that didn’t stop them in having a great time with their friends and family. They were later treated with an amazing sunset and a beautiful rainbow. All that eventuated during their portrait session. It kinda worked out perfectly for them!
Amy got ready in a really nice Airbnb with her gals and her parents. She was dressed in a Wilderly Bride gown, which looked absolutely stunning! The makeup was done by Ethan’s work colleague, Kim Anderson. The look was finished with jewellery from Tania Maras Bridal.
Ethan and his lads got ready in a country AirBnb. As usual they drank beers and just got ready in 15 minutes flat, haha.
The ceremony and reception was held at Bimbadgen Palmers Lane. Initially the ceremony was to be held outside, but due to rain it was held indoors. The spot was a great alternative as it still looked cool!
Emotions flooded the room during the service. It was really beautiful. Kudos to Weddings with Jules! She made it all seemless. The confetti throw at the end was awesome too. You’ll see as you scroll down.
While I was out getting portraits with the couple and bridal party on the Bimbadgen Estate, the Bimbadgen Palmers Lane crew transformed the indoor ceremony are into a reception area. All I can say is it looked awesome!
Let’s talk about the portraits… Look at that insane sunset! Amy and Ethan were soooo lucky to get one. It was as if the heavens opened! The light was beautiful, kinda like a honey glow. To top it off a rainbow appeared!
This Bimbadgen Palmers Lane wedding finished off with some speeches, great food, wine and some dancing!
Bimbadgen Palmers Lane Wedding
Thank you for reading this wedding from the Hunter Valley. Here’s more wedding with a similar vibe: Rebecca and Talor’s Wallalong House wedding & Jade and Per’s Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat wedding.