Tess and Tom
Words can’t describe the feeling of watching our wedding video. We love your work guys and will be forever grateful.
We have been so eager to share this film with everyone. Tess Follett, a wedding photographer herself, has been a close affiliate and friend of the company since our beginnings. We were so delighted when they invited us to capture their wedding day.
Tess and Tom’s story goes all the way back to the year 2008. When Tom met Tess at St. Kilda Festival.
They have shared many adventures together, travelling all around the world. Tom proposed in France in 2013, a year later they saw the birth of their first child, Edie. To which they consider to be their greatest gift together.
Tess and Tom wanted their wedding day to be intimate. Daylesford was the perfect location to tie the knot under the big elm tree in Wombat Hill Gardens. With some stunning floral arrangements from the talented crew at Prunella. Tom and Tess’ favourite memory of the day was walking back down the aisle with their little girl as a married couple. The couple’s story was told to family and friends brilliantly by Koren Harvey.
After the ceremony the bridal party walked around the grounds of Wombat Hill for a quick photo session with the awesome Dan O’Day. Before heading to the Daylesford Convent where guests were entertained by Kimba and Ryan and seated to a hilarious introduction by Tom’s cousins, Nick & Paul Farnell. After the speeches Dan took advantage of the amazing sunset with another quick photo shoot, where Tess and Tom danced together sharing their moment.
The night was full of fun, dancing, photo booths and John Farnham sing-offs in a dance circle to close the night out.
We had so much fun being a part of the day and would love to thank all the suppliers who helped make the day perfect.
Photography: Dan O’Day Photography // Florsit: Prunella // Celebrant: Koren Harvey // Bridal Dress: One Day Bridal // Groom’s Suit: Jack London // Venue: Daylesford Convent // Band: Kimba & Ryan // MC’s: Nick & Paul Farnell
Photo credit: Dan O’Day