If you’re considering a wedding in the Macarthur Region of Sydney, you simply cannot go past Belgenny Farm. The farm was established in 1805 and is filled with heritage buildings, barns and even a vineyard. It’s got to be one of my favourites and I’m desperate to go back.
I first met Loredana and Meg in a cute little cafe in Glebe where we sipped on tea and laughed and laughed. It really did feel like I was sitting there with some old friends so when they emailed to say they would like to book in – eeek, I was so excited!
On the morning of their January 2020 wedding, I headed to Camden Valley Inn where both brides were getting ready together. I love when couples decide to get ready together. It’s always a very peaceful, loved up and calm time. When it was time for Loredana to get dressed, she couldn’t safely take her t-shirt off without messing up her makeup so what else to do but to cut it off?!
Once the ladies were dressed in their stunning dresses, they had a little moment with their fur-baby, Ruth. It reminded me a little of my own wedding where I requested my husband have photographs with my cat!!
Another part of the day that stood out for me is that each lady was accompanied down the path to the barn by their chosen parent but then their guests swarmed them with cheering, hugs and huge smiles. When Meg and Loredana were able to reach the front, they were married by Bridget Cleaver.
Before the reception started (which was beautifully decorated with flowers and fairy lights), we went for a walk through the grounds of Belgenny Farm. The grounds are stunning and are just the right mix of heritage, rustic and drop dead stunning and it’s the perfect venue for couples who want an all in one venue. The path is the perfect spot for some confetti which is exactly what happened that night!
In the evening, Loretta Bolton had the dance floor packed. Oh geez I miss dance floors!! (currently Covid times!).
Enjoy going through these images, I hope they take you back to that evening.