Toowoomba Golf Club Wedding Photography ~ Lisa & Sam

On a beautiful, but slightly chilly September day in Toowoomba, Lisa and Sam were married at Toowoomba Golf Club Middle Ridge. We started off with the girls who were getting ready at Toowoomba Central Plaza Apartment Hotel. The girls were all dressed, except for Lisa, so we were able to take some lovely photos of her dress and details before she put them on.

The girls flowers were just beautiful!  I loved the gum leaves in the bouquets and the pop of pink in the bridesmaids.

 

There are so many gorgeous old buildings in Toowoomba.  I just love the archways in this one.

After we finished with the girls we headed to Toowoomba Gold Club (formally known as Middle Ridge Golf Club).  The ceremony was set up under this stunning tree right next to the 18th hole.

Before the ceremony started, while we were waiting for the Bride to arrive, I took the opportunity to take a few photos of Sam and his family as well as the Groomsmen.

Everyone’s eyes were on the Bridal car as it arrived.  Including the local ducks.

Lisa and Sam were pronounced Husband and Wife and they shared their first kiss as a married couple.

The emotion that surround this family is amazing.  Tears flowed, laughter rang out and love was all around.

After the family photos were all done, we headed off with the Bridal party to have some more photos done.  The sun was shinning, the white fluffy clouds were out and lots of fun was had.

As the sun was setting we were able to capture a few silhouettes.

We headed back to the reception at Toowoomba Golf Club and captured the delicious looking cake plus all the other details in the room.  Then it was time for us to head off and let the newlyweds enjoy their first meal together as husband and wife.

A big thanks to Mary who came with me to second shoot.  The last shot is one of my favourites.  I love the shape of their bodies create a love heart as well as the details of the buttons on Lisa’s dress.

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