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Emma & Ross’ wedding was held a few hours from Sydney in the stunning Capertee Valley at the Glen Davis Boutique Hotel.

The day started perfectly. The sun was shining, the hotel was buzzing with activity with everyone putting together the final touches. Emma making the bouquets, her bridesmaids making the boutonnieres and flowers for their hair. Everyone was relaxed and everything was coming together.

Little did we know what the next few hours would bring. On the way to the church, Emma’s mother became ill & had to be taken by helicopter to a hospital a few hours away, missing the entire wedding. Ultimately they decided to get married as planned (if a little late) and the rest of the day was as joyous and beautiful as any other wedding. There may have been a few extra tear stained cheeks, and the congratulatory hugs a little tighter, but you’d never tell looking at the photos.

It really brought the whole stresses of weddings into perspective for me. As long as your family and friends are safe and healthy, and you get to marry the person you love, the rest is a bonus!

Glen Davis Boutique Hotel Wedding Photographer: Capertee ValleyGlen Davis Boutique Hotel Wedding Photographers: Bride's shoesGlen Davis Boutique Hotel Wedding Photography: Bride's dressGlen Davis Wedding Photographer: Bride making bouquetsGlen Davis Wedding Photographers: Groom getting readyGlen Davis Wedding Photography: Groom holding ringsBathurst Wedding Photographer: Bride doing own makeupBathurst Wedding Photographers: Bride getting dressedBathurst Wedding Photography: Bride walking down the stairs

The ceremony was held in the teeny tiny Glen Alice Church about 10 minutes away.

Glen Alice Wedding Photographer: Ivy covered gateGlen Alice Wedding Photographers: Glen Alice ChurchGlen Alice Wedding Photography: Bride & father walking down the aisleLithgow Wedding Photographer: Bride & Groom holding handsLithgow Wedding Photographers: Bride & groom exchanging rings

Emma & Ross planned on something a little extra for the first kiss, with a big dip! In the last few days before the wedding they kept saying, “We must remember to tell Kellee about the kiss” but forgot to mention it beforehand. In a moment of pure serendipity, I was positioned perfectly and he held her in the perfect patch of light from the window :)

Lithgow Wedding Photography: First kissMudgee Wedding Photographer: Bride & Groom leaving churchMudgee Wedding Photographers: Bride after ceremony

The sun set as we were driving back to the hotel and we managed to squeeze all the family/bridal party & couple portraits in about 20 minutes of twilight.

Capertee Wedding Photographer: Bride & Groom portraits

The canyon backdrop was simply stunning!

Capertee Wedding Photographers: Bride & Groom looking at canyonCapertee Wedding Photography: Bridal portraitsSydney Wedding Photographer: Groom kissing bride on cheekSydney Wedding Photographers: Bride & Groom holding handsMudgee Wedding Photography: Lolly buffetBlue Mountains Wedding Photographer: Glen Davis Boutique HotelBlue Mountains Wedding Photographers: ReceptionBlue Mountains Wedding Photography: Groom & Groomsman during receptionSydney Wedding Photography: Bridal waltz

After the bridal waltz the party kicked off with the band (including the father of the bride!) kitted in sunglasses and hats performing the Blues Brothers soundtrack!

Orange Wedding Photographer: Blues BrothersOrange Wedding Photographers: Blues Brothers Wedding BandOrange Wedding Photography: Reception dancingSydney Wedding Photographer: Reception partyGlen Davis Boutique Hotel Wedding Photographer: Exterior night shot

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