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Leah Cruikshank Photography

Nicola & MattI’m a country girl at heart, and I know nothing beats the golden light Mother Nature delivers to places like Toowoomba, where paddocks are wide, overgrown and filled with country charm. For Nicola and Matt, that, along with the talent of the incredible Leah Cruikshank Photography was a combination that could be truly unbeaten,

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Jessica & CaseyI am really never sure one can go past the beauty of classic elegance, and for Jessica and Casey, a gorgeous country setting at the beautiful Gabbinbar Homestead, combined with a champagne ballgown, oh so beautiful flowers and a personalised love story meant that this one was a day spent in utterly romantic style.With Leah

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Emma & BijalSet in Toowoomba’s golden countryside, Emma and Bijal’s engagement shoot is the stuff dreams are made of. With dramatic skies framing them beautifully, rainbows splashing themselves around abundantly and a couple very much in love, every image is sheer joy! Leah Cruikshank Photography captured every moment,The bride and groom-to-be met in their workplace, with

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Lauren & LachlanWild flowers and romance were in abundance at the gorgeous wedding of Lauren and Lachlan, held in Queens Gardens, Townsville. With DIY touches sprinkled throughout the reception, a large timber arbour hung with macrame and a very happy bride and groom, we have been swept off our feet! Leah Cruikshank Photography captured the day.Having met

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Sunset wedding with Brisbane Celebrant Ciara Hodge. Image by Leah Cruikshank Photography

Ever wondered why the vast majority of wedding ceremonies here in Australia take place at around 3pm? The primary reason for this traditional ceremony time is to allow the photographer 1-2 hours of beautiful golden light to take advantage of for the couples post wedding photo shoot, before the bride and groom make their way

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