Tracey and Ray met some 40,000 feet in the air! She was a flight attendant, he was en route to LA completely unaware the blonde beauty pointing out the exits would one day be his wife!
The lovely Tracey entrusted Dean from Cloudface Photography with the job of committing her wedding to film. Tracey says, “I specifically chose Dean because I love the way all of his photos are in the moment”, and boy-oh-boy did her instincts do her justice! Dean did such a beautiful job of capturing the quiet moments of reflection and laughter of the day we get goosebumps just looking at the photos!
Tracey and Ray tied the knot at Peppers Manor House and cannot rave enough about the venue. Tracey says, “Peppers Manor House is stunning – absolutely stunning! It has this old school charm to it but at the same time has this relaxed, carefree feel. It was the first venue we looked at and we knew as soon as we saw it that this was going to be the place for us”. This vintage, whimsical, colourful, intimate wedding packs such a subtle punch. Tracey made all of the decorations herself, (with a helping hand from Ray of course) we especially love the amazing flowers by Gwenda-Louise from Annabelle’s Florist in Bowral and the strings of brightly coloured ribbon hanging through out the ceremony. Such a simple yet effective idea!
So what’s next for this fabulous couple? Given their love of travel is what bought them together, for their honeymoon they are off driving around Australia (with their pug, Baxter) in a camper van for the next two and a half months – we bet those photos will be just as awesome as these – enjoy!
CREDITS Photography Cloudface Photography // Rings Delphi Diamonds // Bride’s dress + head piece Johanna Johnson // Bride’s shoes Alan Pinkus // Flowers Annabelle’s Florist // Bridesmaid’s dresses, Vintage via Etsy // Groom’s and Groomsmen’s suits Spurling // Groom’s and Groomsmen’s ties Calvin Klein // Ceremony + reception Peppers Manor House // Cake Liv 4 Cakes // Hair stylist Natalie Kirkwood Hairstylist