Mitch & Claire’s Tasmania Farm Wedding was always going to be a wedding to remember. This amazing couple from the Central Coast of NSW decided to tie the knot in the stunning countryside of Tasmania on Mitch’s mums farm. I can safely say it was an amazing choice! Just outside Huon, the farm was surrounded by rolling hills, mountains and some beautiful bushland.
The boys kicked off the morning at the farm, and were busy putting the finishing touches to the farm. They did an amazing job. Once all the hard work was done they chilled out with some tunes and some beers before getting suited up ready for the big moment. There wasn’t a sign of any stress, just loads of banter and laughs.
I thought the guys were chill, and then I went and hung out with the girls who were getting ready at a beach house not far away. Tasmania is amazing, just 20 minutes from the rolling hills and countryside you can get to some pristine beaches. The girls were much like the guys, hanging out having a few drinks and just hanging out like it was any other day. Time flew by and before we knew it it was time to go.
The ceremony was help in one of the paddocks of the farm and the ceremony was intimate, personal and very Mitch and Claire. After the ceremony we didn’t have to travel far for photos with ample opportunities on the farm and surrounding lands. These guys were so much fun, I could have taken photos of them for hours. Just some solid banter, bit of cheek and a heck of a lot of laughs. To finish off an amazing session, we hiked to the top of a hill and got one of the most perfect sunsets to finish up.
The rest of the night played out as I expected, awesome, fun and a little crazy. They decked out the farm with a couple of yurts/gers filled with rustic furniture and hay bails. A keg kombi with some local beers keep everyone hydrated and a pizza oven bellies happy. The speeches had laughs and some tears and the dance floor went into the wee hours of the morning (some serious shapes were cut on the df). This was just one those weddings where afterwards I think to myself, how good is my job!