bride and groom kissing in the winery at the hunter valley

Lara and Kristen – Peterson House – 16 APRIL 2016

Hunter Valley wedding photographer

Lara and Kristen had their wedding in November of 2015 at one of my favourite wedding venues in the Hunter Valley, Peterson House. Peterson House is a unqiue wedding venue that offers excellent crusine and an award winning winery. It overlooks fields of vineyards providing a stylish backdrop for your reception and ceremonies are held in the gorgeous garden setting in front of the unique building of Peterson House.

Lara and Kristen kept things nice and simple, choosing to get ready nearby which is always a good idea. It was a 2 minute drive to Peterson House where Kristen anxiously awaiting for Kristen to arrive. She arrived and was walked down the isle by her father behind an army of flower girls and page boys which was super cute! We were lucky to have a dry day as the grey clouds looked heavy in the distance. This providing some dramatic skies in their wedding photographs which was filled with contrast and different shades of grey.

After their ceremony we organised the big group photo with all of the guests and then proceeded to do family photos in front of the toilets (I know, but even the toilets looked fantastic, check them out below). After the ceremony, we had a good 1.5 hours to complete bride and groom photographs. Allowing approx 1 hour for bride and groom portrats is always a good idea, as we can do a variety of different locations, a number of poses and take our time. Lara and Kristen were treated to flowing wine and finger food thanks to the 5 star service of Peterson House.

During the reception, we were treated to a spectacular views over the Hunter Valley, followed by a clear night filled with visible stars. Thank you to Lara and Kristen for allowing me to be apart of your big day and we wish you all the best in the future. If you are looking for a Hunter Valley wedding photographer, please visit our Contact Page.

2 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *