Katherine’s family are a mega-team and they were all on board to help her get ready for her wedding day. The ladies did their makeup together while the guys put ribbons on their cars for the ride to the church. 

Craig and his groomsmen arrived first at Duke Street Church. The space filled up with guests and everyone took their seats ready for the bridal party.

We love wedding services like this, every inch is personal: the band is made up of friends, the vows lead by their pastor, with grandparents leading the prayers. This one especially reminded us of our own, Donald who led them through their vows led us through ours too!

There were heaps of keen guests waiting to greet them as they left the ceremony and church friends served up some tasty snacks as everyone happily nattered. They were showered with confetti on the way to the wedding car and then they were off on the road to Shustoke.

Shustoke Farm Barn staff gave us all a warm welcome and served up Pimm's during photos in the courtyard. Things moved inside for dinner, the bride and groom made their entrance to great applause and beautiful sharing platters were brought out for guests.

Katherine's family have set a high bar for wedding speeches. Her Dad's final Father of the Bride speech was on the button, with props delighting the crowd. He was a tough act to follow but Craig and his best man stepped up to the mark (with more props to tell the story of how they first met). 

The evening got rolling with the cake cutting and dancing. Firepits were lit in the courtyard and the photo booth was bonkers up in the loft. There was a lot of fun on the dance-floor. Eventually Katherine changed into her gorgeous going away dress and guests followed them out to the front of the barn to wave goodbye. 


Their Engagement Photos

in Sutton Park