Ana & Nat’s Blue Mountains Elopement

An iconic Blue Mountains Elopement.

Love has a funny way of persevering. Take Nat and Ana, for example, who were engaged to be married before the Coronavirus shut down the planet. Weddings were effectively off the cards for the foreseeable future. But when there’s a will there’s a way! In case you don’t know much about elopements and micro weddings, I did a little write-up about them in a blog post. There’s been a huge increase in these style of weddings since the virus hit, and I have a feeling they are here to stay.

I met up with Nat & Ana for their elopement at the esteemed Fairmont Resort in Leura, in the upper Blue Mountains. With glorious views, we stood and watched as these two beautiful humans joined their lives together.  Friends and family joined via live-stream, which was beamed across Sydney, as well as all the way to Ana’s family in Brazil! In-person we were joined by the winter air that frequently attends weddings in the mountains, but not even a slight breeze of cold wind could keep Nat & Ana from smiling on their wedding day.

This wedding was shot for my friends at Folk and Follow.

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