A patterned maxi dress is a showstopping fashion choice for a wedding, but nothing could have distracted from Sally and Tim’s love during their positively romantic intimate celebration on Bruny Island. The couple were surrounded by their closest loved ones as they said “I do” in a waterfront ceremony with the Pacific Ocean rolling in at their feet. The reception was held at the groom’s family’s home, which made for truly sentimental moments the couple will cherish forever thanks to the brilliant photography of Eric Ronald.
Sally and Tim
Private Residence, Bruny Island, Tasmania
As we were getting married on Tim‘s family’s stunning property on Bruny Island, we felt like we didn’t need to add too much. The surroundings are so naturally beautiful and the whole feeling about the place is calm and tranquil. We didn’t feel the need to interfere too much with what was already there. Tim‘s family already have a beautifully decorated home and we really wanted the day to reflect that comfort and homeliness. As for fashion: fun, colourful and not too formal!
So many! The ceremony was magical, we couldn’t believe it. The weather was perfect for us that day, and it was completely still on the water. That was really special as the particular spot meant so much to us as we have spent a lot of time there over the years. We were also only surrounded by our closest family and friends so that added to the magic. Also, the dancing!
The Couple Recommends:
Eric was absolutely amazing! I knew even before we saw his photos that they would be wonderful. He is such a talented photographer who is so passionate about his work. Plus he’s just an awesome guy to hang out with on our wedding day!
The Wedding Team:
Congrats to Sally and Tim on their wedding at Bruny Island and thanks to Eric Ronald for sharing their amazing day! For more nontraditional wedding fashion, be sure to check out Carine and Chris’ geometric inspired Irish wedding.