Make-up by Tamara Stokes, Little Secret; Hair by Kate Samiotis, Natalie’s dress – Samantha Wynne; Bridesmaids’ dresses by Anna Campbell; guys’ suits from Brittons Formalwear; Catering and cake by Dan Sharp, Sharp Infusion; Bouquets and Button holes by Lindy at Lush Floral Design. Styling by Nicole Scott with family and friends. Flower decorations by Abbey Lou Flowers.
Kellie got ready at Blue Escapes which can be booked through South Coast Properties (9848 2211); Celebrant – Cate Ham; Kellie’s dress – Hobnob; Hair and make-up – Courtnie Turner; Flowers and Kellie’s headpiece – Lush Floral Designs; Ceremony and reception – Pepper & Salt Restaurant at Forest Hill Winery.
It’s almost a year ago that I photographed Xave and Eve, not long before their baby was born, (those images are here), so what a joy it was to spend the day with them recently capturing their little family when they were back down here in Denmark for a few days. It was also the day Xave performed live in Denmark for the first time since his accident 3 years ago (apart from at an intimate little gathering a few months ago as he prepared to perform at Fairbridge Festival). And it was extra-special to be able to enjoy his performance with Eve, his Mum and all his siblings with their partners and children. I’m so excited to share these images
For me, The Cove represents so much of what Denmark is all about. Nestled into the forest on the shores of the Wilson Inlet, architect Wally Greenham purchased the land in the 60s, and with the help of daughter Susan and son-in-law Illya, he built the holiday chalets over the years using local salvaged and recycled timber. They were Denmark’s original Bloody Hippies – more of that here along with a fantastic old photo of Wally, Illya and Susan. The Cove was one of the places that made me fall in love with Denmark, and it’s also the place where I fell in love with Steve, when he was living in one of the houses there with Tony Docherty.