I absolutely adore a rustic barn wedding, so it’s no surprise that I am totally smitten with this darling duo and their winter country wedding at Emu Bottom Homestead in Victoria. With all the touches you’d expect from a stylish country affair – DIY details, open fireplaces, a gorgeous warm toned palette and even a few cute Scotsmen to boot – it certainly does not disappoint. Sorrento Wedding Photography captured all the magic and the beautiful Australian countryside which made for the perfect backdrop. This is, my friends, what you call a special Sunday treat.
From The Bride Anjeleen:
We wanted to keep our wedding simple, relaxed and intimate. Just 88 of our close Family and friends and just a maid of honour and best man. We tried to do as much DIY as we could to give it a personal touch..from homemade invites, to making my own shawls, to decorating and labelling our wedding favours. We would say our wedding theme was winter country wedding.
From Photographer Shannon:
We shared a wonderful day with Anjeleen and Scott at their Emu Bottom homestead winter wedding. It was a crisp Melbourne day when we met Scott at his family home but that didn’t stop Scott and Groomsmen Emilio keeping the laughs flowing! We then headed to Anjeleen’s as her makeup was finishing up. After a few pictures of Angeleen with her parents and bridesmaids we were off to to Emu Bottom. With the fireplaces going and some amazing flowers it was a perfect location for the couples winter wedding ceremony. With not too much sunlight before the reception we headed across to a lovely train bridge for a walk around and a chance to take the wedding cars for a spin too! The reception was fantastic with the couple using Emu Bottoms old barn for their reception with open fireplaces and an amazing roast prepared by the chefs over the flames.
Photographer: Sorrento Wedding Photography / Mens Attire: Anderson’s Kilt Hire / Reception Venue: Emu Bottom Homestead / Dress Designer: Raffaele Ciuca Bridal & Men’s Formal Wear /Floral Designer: Strathmore Flowers /Submitted via Two Bright Lights