I remember my first meeting with Rebecca and Talor about 6 months ago at a cafe on the Central Coast to discuss their Wallalong House Wedding. The ideas and style they were going for were really beautiful, both aiming for a simple, yet laid back day.

wallalong house wedding

Six Months Late | Wallalong House Wedding

The wedding day!

It was quite a drive for me, 3 hours and 49 minutes to be exact to get to Wallalong House. Wallalong is surrounded by farmland and on the outer region of the famous Hunter Valley, NSW.

It’s no surprise a lot of couples decide to tie the knot there. Wallalong is a magnificent property and known for its very old fig trees, elevated views of the countryside and historic buildings.

Rebecca and Talor’s Wallalong House wedding went without a hitch. It was one of the best weddings I’ve ever witnessed, especially seeing Talor shed a little tear as he saw Rebecca walk down the aisle.

We did score an epic sunset too. I always say that winter has the best sunsets and it proved me right.

Treasured Memories

Capturing such treasurable moments that a couple will forever remember is an amazing experience. Knowing that in the years to come Rebecca and Talor will flick through their digital pile of historic photos and stumble upon my photographs, bringing them back to the joyous moments of the day. 

For those reasons, it reminds me of how special my job is!

This wedding reminds me of Ali and Cam’s farm wedding. Another super cool wedding.

wallalong house wedding
wallalong house wedding
wallalong house wedding
wallalong house wedding

Thanks for reading! Here’s a few other amazing weddings that I have photographed:

Jade & Per | Kangaroo Valley Bush Retreat Wedding

Grace & Tom | Peppers Manor House Wedding

Kate & Sebastian | Seacliff House Wedding

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