Guro & Nick’s Sweet Country Belgenny Farm Wedding

by | Australia - New South Wales, Bride, Inspired Weddings,

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Guro & Nick

If there is one thing Polka Dot readers love, it’s a good Australian country wedding and I think the wedding of Guro and Nick certainly ticks all the boxes for a splendid country affair!

Guro tells their story. “I, Guro was backpacking through Australia when I met Nick. I saw him from across the room at the Ivy Hotel in Sydney. I walked past him on my way out, but when I got to the door I decided I had to go back and find him because he was ridiculously handsome. From there we exchanged numbers and he called me the next day. And from there it’s been an incredible journey.”

David Roche of Dig It Photography captured the beautiful, fun images of today’s celebration.

Guro chose a gown by Demetrios. She explains, ” I found my dream dress in the first store I went to in Norway. I though it was too expensive so I shopped around. After six months in Australia I found a person selling the exact dress for half price after she decided it wouldn’t go with the venue. It was meant to be! ”

Guro and Nick held their day at Belgenny Farm. Guro remarking,  “Our complete wedding took place at Belgenny Farm in Camden. Our ceremony was outside under the largest tree on the property. We made the most of the large space by playing garden games between the ceremony and reception. Food and dancing was in the beautiful Granary which has an amazing old barn charm. The on-site catering was extremely professional and the food was delightful.”  The ceremony was decorated with paper pom poms found on Etsy.

Guro walked down the aisle to The Beatles – All You Need is Love.

Of their photographer, Guro says, “Finding the photographer was the hardest part! After looking for weeks for the perfect photographer we knew David from Dig it photography was exactly what we wanted after we saw his work online. His natural style capturing our story and the moments of the day was even better than we had imagined.”

“We wanted our wedding to be a reflection of our personalities, laid-back and fun. Being a young couple we wanted it to feel like a big party for everyone. We made our own traditions!” Guests enjoyed lawn games after the ceremony.

“We bought personalised serviettes, paper flowers and lolly bags for the candy station. Our table setting consisted of bottles, which were taken from Nick’s father’s collection. These included old blue, green and clear glass bottles of all different shapes.”

“Our first dance was unrehearsed and a very emotional moment as we swayed to ‘The Wedding Song’ by Angus & Julia Stone. It was followed by ‘Home’ by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, when all our family and friends got involved in the fun.”

Congratulations on your marriage Guro and Nick! Thank you for sharing your day with us! Thank you also to David Roche of Dig It Photography for sharing today’s wedding with us!

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