I think the best way to describe this wedding is to show you the photos! Chloe and James chose Weddings at Tiffanys in Maleny as the perfect backdrop to promise that they would be each others person for evermore. 

They celebrated this occasion and these promises with their closest family and friends, and partied the night away dancing to excellent tunes by The Paper Flowers.

The STELLAR team at Tiffanys is one of the best on the Sunshine Coast to fulfill your wedding dream. Check the bottom of the post for all the details and links to these fantastic suppliers who make my job easier every time I work with them!

Also a massive thanks to Nicola for second shooting this day with me and bringing the party music, snacks and endless happy vibes!

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Venue: Weddings at Tiffanys
Owl Ring Bearer (OMG!): Raptor Vision
Flowers: Tiffanys Flowers
Hair: Coastal Style Mobile Hairdressing
Makeup: Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist
Wedding Gown: Marilyn Crystelle Bridal
Celebrant: Cassandra Neilson
Cinematographers: Lemon Tree Film House
Second shooter: Nicola Holland
Band: The Paper Flowers
Bridesmaids Gowns: White Runway
Groom & Groomsmen: Politix
Cake: Cake Designs

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When Blake and Jess contacted me about shooting their destination wedding in New Zealand I looked at my calendar and realized it was the same weekend that I had planned to get hitched myself! However this was not something I could say no to. All I could envision was snow capped mountains and beautiful lakes, stunning scenery everywhere you look. So my wedding date changed. I started preparing to head over to shoot a snowy Queenstown wedding just one week prior to my own wedding day!

I could not have ever imagined how quickly and deeply I would fall in love with New Zealand. It literally felt like walking around in an incredibly beautiful painting. I had my husband to be stopping every kilometre everywhere we drove to take photos!

Destination wedding photography is the coolest thing that I have ever done. Traveling all over this country is rad enough; having someone love my work enough to fly me to another country and have me capture their wedding, is next level! I plan on heading back soon, so if you are planning a 2017 Queenstown wedding (or anywhere in NZ), get in touch! I have some super affordable destination wedding photography options!

But for now, take a leisurely scroll through Jess and Blake’s snowy beautiful day. From the preparations, to their pre-wedding location photos in Arrowtown, on to their stunning ceremony and reception at The Winehouse.

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We’ve all heard the Alanis Morissette song… “It’s like raaaaiiiin, on your wedding day…” and every bride straps on their positive thinking helmet and prays that it won’t happen to them. But then for some (like any brides across South East Queensland this weekend) the day arrives, and the rain falls… Everyone around you is telling you not to worry, that it’s good luck and maybe it will clear off before 3pm, and sometimes it does! Sometimes the sun comes out in all of it’s glory, creates amazing rainbows and the raindrops sparkle through the trees in the sunlight and everything is perfect and goes exactly to plan… but if it doesn’t, I’m here to show you why that could actually be the coolest thing ever and give you some tips on how to take advantage of it! Sunshine Coas Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_Lyell2Plans might have to be changed, maybe your outdoor ceremony is no longer possible, but one thing you can count on is that if you have hired a great photographer, your photos are still going to be amazing! Whether it’s a few little rain drops or a torrential downpour, if you trust your photographer and you’re willing to get amongst it to get some special shots, it will be 100% worth it! I have a few little tips to help prepare you for what it might be like to deal with this kind of weather and come out the other side with some awesome rainy wedding day photos!Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Roon 4The first tip is all about functional props! Umbrellas! Clear ones or white ones especially as they will let all the available light through onto your faces! I carry some with me to every wedding but if your day is meant to be rainy, it doesn’t hurt to stock up on a few yourself, so you can have matching ones for the bridal party in colours that you like. Your guests might use them if you don’t, so they won’t go to waste. Gumboots are also a good idea, because if you are anything like me, once your feet are wet and cold, it’s a lot harder to warm back up!Emma Nayler Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Reeve_0279Sunshine Coas Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_Lyell4Emma Nayler Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Reeve_0278My next tip is the most important one! BE BRAVE! If you want photos like any of the ones featured in this post, you will have to get a bit wet. Your dress will get a bit wet, your hair and makeup might not stay quite as perfect as it would if you stayed inside, and the groom’s suit will definitely cop a bit of a watering because lord knows the bride’s dryness becomes the priority when there is one umbrella to share!!! Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_ Beckey2Keep calm and keep smiling! Even the most hardcore umbrellas can’t cope with some conditions – but if you can laugh off like these guys did, you are my kinda people! Try and stay positive, rain doesn’t ruin wedding photos, but the wrong attitude certainly can!Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_ Beckey1Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_J&S1Always snuggle for warmth, and pose it up hardcore while you are out in the rain! I only need a couple of minutes to get the shots I need, but if you spend that time grimacing at the raindrops or just looking as uncomfortable as you might feel, then those precious cold, wet minutes will be wasted! So get smooching!Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer Emma Nayler_Sellick 2Throw in a quick dip!Wheatley_028It’s always a good idea for the girls to have jackets/raincoats to keep warm in between shots. Goosebumps and shivering brides who are freezing out in the rain do not for good photos make! Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler _KauriBarry65Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Emma Nayler_J&S2But most of all, remember why this day is happening… in the end you will be married to the one you love, and spending the night celebrating with your closest friends and family – and I will have captured some pretty amazing rainy wedding day photos for you to remember every drizzly minute!Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer_Roon 3

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I don’t really have any words for how beautiful this Sunshine Coast styled bridal shoot was, so I’m going to let the pictures do the talking! The amazing suppliers involved are as follows….

Makeup: The Ballerina Bride
Hair: Hair By Nicola
Styling: Made to Match Events
Florals: The Orange Blossom
Stationary: Stimuli Marketing & Design
Location: Half Moon Hideaway
Dress: Erin Clare Couture
Model: Eliza Hall
Photography: Me

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Last November Anthea and Cameron held the most beautiful DIY Noosa Woods Wedding! I was so thrilled when Anthea asked me to photograph her wedding – we had met at TAFE studying photography 7 years ago, and I knew anything she had planned was going to be off-the-charts gorgeous! Her creativity spilled out all over their day, from the handmade ribbon backdrop for the ceremony to the bouquets that were created by Anthea herself. I was so delighted by every little detail that I got to photograph! Noosa Weddings are always stunning – but this one could be my favourite! I was also lucky enough to work alongside some incredible suppliers, with special mention to Natalie Hunter Makeup Artist and Splash Events

Celebrant: Lynette Maguire
Hair Stylist: Kylie from K Time Hair
Makeup Artist: Natalie Hunter
Florist: Bride & Bridesmaids
Wedding Dress designer/store: Marilyn Crystelle Bridal
Bridesmaids’ dresses: online from LuLu’s.com
Groom & Groomsmen attire: Rodger David
Cake: Cupcakes from Breezy’s Cakes
Stylist/decorator/hire company: Splash Events

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