clair + james | tanglewood estate wedding


Wow. First. Follow directions. Tanglewood Estate is gorgeous, but kinda nestled away in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula. It’s easy to find. Provided you ignore your GPS. Secondly, it’s worth the drive. Down a long and winding road that kinda feels straight out of a half decent 70s horror flick. But it’s a great place to surround yourself with those you love the most, and celebrate. So that’s what Clair and James did. There was a lot that made the day special. Clair’s handmade dress. Designed and made by her mum. The history behind the car. Jame’s hair. Other things – it was crazy windy, but the ceremony was moved indoors quite effortlessly. Well, seemed effortless to me, but I was just running round taking pictures. Speaking of pictures, the street photographer in me is quietly a tiny bit proud of the second black and white image. Of course, the perfectionist in me is hoping no-one notices the not quite perfect join in one of the panoramic stich jobs. But I’ll leave that for you to find…

So, yes. Clair and James got married. There were epic speeches. Much dancing. Oh, the dancing. Toasts were drunk. Hands were held, and hugs were plentiful. The day never felt solemn, but always felt special. Yeah, the wind was wild. But looking back, that seems only appropriate.

James sees Clair for the first time down the aisle at their Tanglewood Estate Wedding A dramatic pano shot inside the barn at James and Clair's Tanglewood Estate Wedding So happy to be married! James and Clair laughing as their wedding ceremony concludes Tilt shift wedding party portraits in the grounds of Tanglewood Estate The amazing wedding dress that Clair's mum made for her. Image photographed at their Tanglewood Estate Wedding The crazy wind couldn't stop the wedding photos! From Clair and James' Tanglewood Estate Wedding Clair and James just taking a moment out of their wedding by the lake at Tanglewood Estate A bride. A groom. A classic car. Shot in the gorgeous grounds of Tanglewood Estate Wedding speeches at Tanglewood Estate

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