Jess & Liv – Blayney Wedding

A party for the ages. Jess & Liv wedding was full of excitement and anticipation, as it was one of the first full-scale weddings in NSW to be held without any restrictions in almost a year. And what a way to celebrate!!

I was instantly fond of the couple, as they each embraced me upon meeting me and welcomed me into the fold. Escorted by their all-female wedding party, this has got to have been one of the cheekiest, most rambunctious groups I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. I was pleasantly reminded about the generosity of strangers (even when they couldn’t comprehend two brides getting married to each other!) and was inspired by Jess & Liv’s attitude: nothing could get in their way of having the best day ever.

Without a doubt, the highlight of the entire day was taking time out of the reception to climb to the top of a wind farm, and experience the turbines in all their glory. I’ve never stood so close to a wind turbine before, but my god, they are truly majestic. Being there with two loved-up women was even greater, as the sun shone on them in a way almost akin to the heavens blessing this sacred union.

It was an honour to spend a day with such wonderful humans, doing what a love the most: photographing people in love.

Looking for a

wedding photographer?

Get in touch...

Contact Form

"*" indicates required fields

Your Name*
Your Partner's Name*
DD slash MM slash YYYY
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Ditch the wedding stress with this

free guide...


5 steps to crafting a guest list that aligns with your values and your budget.

Everyone deserves to feel safe, seen, and celebrated at their wedding.

Henry Paul Photography is a place where your love is welcome and affirmed, regardless of your gender identity, sexuality, race, age, religion, body size or ability.

Henry Paul Photography acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. I pay my respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and to Elders both past and present. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images or names of people who have since passed away.


Pin It on Pinterest