Girraween Country Inn Wedding Photography – Emma & Tyronne

The wedding of Emma and Tyronne was at Girraween Country Inn in October. Girraween Country Inn is in the Girraween National Park in Ballandean on the Granite Belt.  I fell in love with Girraween Country Inn, with all its greenery and the massive boulders.  It was a rain and cold day, but that did not stop the festivities of the day.  As everyone was mainly staying at the Inn the girls and the boys were getting ready at opposite ends of the Inn.  So it was easy to move between the two groups.

Emma gave her two nieces who were her flower girls beautiful bracelets to wear.

It was time for the ceremony and the rain had started to come down.  But the show must go on.

The rain and the cold did not stop these two laughing and having fun throughout the wedding ceremony, which was conducted by Wedding celebrant Renee Wilkins.

The rings were exchanged and they were pronounced Husband and Wife!

After Emma and Tyronne had signed the wedding registry they both added letters that they had secretly written to each other prior to the wedding day to their wedding box which included a bottle of scotch.  They would then seal the box and open it together on one of their future wedding anniversary’s to share a drink and read the letters.

The rain had not stopped but we pushed on.  The umbrella’s provided some protection, but we ended up tossing them aside and all getting a bit wet.

Did I mention that it was also windy.  A big gust of wind turns this umbrella the wrong way and loads of laughter followed.

Remember the boulders I mentioned earlier?  Check out these ones!!

With the rain continuing a beautiful fog rolled in and created a stunning backdrop for us.

I can not thank Emma and Tyronne enough for asking me to be their photographer.  I had an amazing day with them and their family.  The rain did not bother these two love birds and even though we got wet, it was worth it all in the end.

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