We’ve shared the slideshow from Kate & Paul’s Yandina Station Wedding already, so it’s definitely past time to share some photographs for you to skim through. This wedding was gorgeous, from start to finish. It was fun, but relaxed, and all about celebrating love with their closest friends and family. Heck, if you don’t believe me, take a read of Kate’s vows.
“Paul, you have my heart, but you also have my breath caught in my lungs. You have each bone in my body, each bone in my spine. Every muscle surges with you. You have so much more than my heart, you have everything that keeps it alive.
You are my best friend, my team mate and my lover. You are my favourite person in the world and I promise to love you unconditionally, be there for you no matter what and I will always have your back for the rest of our lives. But ultimately, I choose you Paulie and I’d always choose you. In a hundred lifetimes, in a hundred worlds, in any version of reality, I’d find you and I’d choose you.”
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Kate & Paul chose to speak those amazing vows to each other out in the garden, under a beautiful Moreton Bay Fig Tree.
Kate & Paul’s Yandina Station Wedding was featured in Cosmopolitan Bride magazine. Of course!
One of the coolest things about a wedding venue like this one here is the endless supply of gorgeous, simple, photo locations on-site. Heading off in cars for a long drive for photos is over-rated. Enjoying your venue, and getting straight into nibblies & cocktails with your family & friends sooner, that’s where you win!
The reception (read: party) took place inside Yandina Station‘s original rustic old Dairy. Just amazing styling!
Kate was lucky enough to have a crazy-talented graphic design friend to enlist to create some brilliant details for the day.
Yandina Station Wedding
Here’s the VIP team that made this wedding happen: