We’re so happy to share this adorable Hawkesbury wedding with you!
Imagine a private property set amongst orange trees and alongside the Hawkesbury River, with rustic wooden fences and shed walls – situated on a quiet country road – not to mention the homestead with it’s dramatic staircase and decorative verandahs. That property is Cornwallis House. Adam and Cara had planned for an outdoor ceremony but due to unpredictable weather the ceremony was held underneath the balcony of Cornwallis House, looking out over the river. The property was adorned with lots of DIY details including handmade bunting, hand painted signs and a wedding march made from ladders.
Cara and her bridesmaids got ready within the property and Adam and his groomsmen were at the nearby Sebel in Windsor. Cara and Adam’s little son got ready with the girls and it was adorable seeing him all dressed in his little tux with bow tie! He walked his mum down the isle, along with Cara’s proud father towards a beaming groom. After the ceremony, all the guests gathered for a group photo from the balcony and then we wandered around the property for photographs.
We had fun with gumboots, posed with umbrella’s – oh and the guys had to have a photo with the tractor! but my favourite location was the orange trees – you might be able to tell as there’s a few images below of Adam and Cara amongst the tress. I’m too excited to share these with you – I can’t wait any longer. Please enjoy these images from Adam and Cara’s wedding.