Werris Creek Farm Wedding from Tomar Photography
November 12, 2013
RusticRustic WeddingsOutdoor Weddings
I've never been to Australia (I need to remedy that ASAP), but I swear y'all must have a different sun down under. Because the light in your gorgeous country is simply unbelievable. And when that light is shining on a heartfelt wedding captured by the talented Tomar Photography, that's when I remember why I go to bed dreaming of SMP Australia. Because when you combine a sweet as they come wedding with a downright gorgeous setting like this, I'm basically a goner. See why here.
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From Tomar Photography...A beautiful country wedding held on the bride’s parents farm just outside the tiny township of Werris Creek, NSW. (Soon to be known to the world as the setting for Angelina Jolie’s new movie). Marc and Tarsha were blessed with glorious weather and Werris Creek put on a spectacular sunset to show off to their guests.

A simple country wedding, with unique family ties and special details to never be forgotten. The bride wore a custom made dress by Beverly Pollock, Werris Creek. Bev also designed and made Tarsha’s mothers wedding dress 31 years ago. The vintage style gown and whimsical veil were made from delicate French lace that complimented the scene of the wedding.

Something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue was shared by this bride and groom. With Tarsha wearing the something new (wedding dress) and something blue (sisters sapphire ring which the girl’s father has fossicked for them 20 years ago) and Marc wearing the something old and something borrowed: his great grandfathers socks worn on his wedding day, his grandfather’s wedding day and also Marc’s uncles wedding days. The silk socks were 95 years old.

Marc and Tarsha cemented their vows and locked away their love letters to each other in a wine box to be opened in a time of difficulty or should this not be needed for difficult times it is to be opened on their 5th wedding anniversary their letters read and the bottle of wine shared. They shall re-write their letters and seal the box again and open on their 10th wedding anniversary and so on.

Tarsha’s father Stephen hand built a fence made from old railway sleepers that surrounded the town which boarded the exchanging of vows. Once the sun set the fence then set the stage for a spectacular light display with over 1000 fairy lights, lighting up the dance floor for this vintage wedding.