If you want to know a great way to celebrate New Year’s Eve, take a leaf out of Lacey and Chas’ book! This amazing couple decided to end 2011 with a bang by getting married! Surrounded by their friends and family, Lacey and Chas capped off the year with a beautiful, warm and fun country wedding in Dalby. It was a really special day and I was so happy to capture it for them. Congratulations Lacey and Chas.
Ceremony: Jimbour House
Flowers: Dalby Florist, Dalby
Hair: Elite Hair Design, Dalby
Makeup: Nicole’s Simply Beautiful Beauty Clinic, Dalby
Cake: Janelle Jobling (Lacey’s sister)
Diamonds are definitely a girl’s best friend on her wedding day!
I was just a little bit in love with Lacey’s wedding dress with its blingy belt.
Lacey was lucky to have her four sisters and two friends as her bridesmaids.
Anybody who follows this blog knows I love taking photos of shoes…And I think Lacey’s are particularly adorable – and practical!
The ceremony was held at an amazing venue called Jimbour House, just outside of Dalby. I can’t believe I’d never heard of it before. It’s gorgeous, elegant and has beautiful gardens. There were so many places to photograph – including an airstrip. Brides - if you want a country wedding with class – this is the place to go!
I couldn’t resist getting a photo of Chas and his groomsmen in front of Jimbour House. They look like they mean business!
Chas was cool, calm and collected.
Chas’ mum was just gorgeous – love this photo.
OK, get ready to saw awwww! Aren’t the pageboy and flowergirl sooo cute?
Lacey’s father was so incredibly proud of her and I just love this photo. One of my favourites from the day.
This photo make me feel a little warm and mushy on the inside.
It’s moments like these that make me love being a wedding photographer.
Time to celebrate!
Lacey, you look absolutely stunning.
On the way to the reception, we stopped in this fantastic sorghum field for a few photos before the light faded. So glad we stopped.
The reception was held in Lacey’s parents’ backyard in a giant marquee.
The centrepiece of the children’s table featured a vase full of lollipops and jellybeans. Awesome idea.
There were sweets for the adults too..