Krissy & Mitch | Dryridge Estate Wedding

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A wild and romantic Dryridge Estate Wedding, Megalong Valley.

Photos from Krissy & Mitch’s Dryridge Estate wedding.

Krissy & Mitch met when they were teenagers at the Big Day Out musical festival. Then they had their first date on Friday 13th. A decade later, and showing no signs of superstition, these two lovers were married on Friday 13th at Dryridge Estate, nestled in the Megalong Valley. With the valley (and the rest of Australia) on the brink of a bushfire crisis, we all counted our lucky stars that this wedding went off without a hitch! Pun intended.

Krissy and Mitch are cheeky, vibrant and full of adventure. Surrounded by some of the most joyful people I have had the pleasure of meeting, they truly knew how they wanted to celebrate their day. Every element of this wedding represented the fusion of total class with unequivocal celebration. They signed the weddings papers, then danced. They took family photos, then danced. They openly professed their love for each other and for their community… then they danced the night away.

Krissy & Mitch love each other no holds barred, and they are matched perfectly in temperament. Yet this wedding was not only a mark of Krissy & Mitch’s relationship (and marriage ahead) – this wedding was a mammoth effort, with contributions from their community and wedding professionals to ensure this party was truly the people’s party. No one was left behind.

The Dryridge Estate wedding venue in the Megalong Valley is an absolutely stunning ceremony and reception venue for couples wanting to celebrate their special day. I’d recommend this venue to anyone wanting to have a luxurious estate Blue Mountains wedding where all of their guests can dress up in style and gather under the marquee for an exquisite dinner meal.

I left at the end of the wedding reception with a full heart, sore feet, and hundreds of stellar photos. Here are just a few of them I have selected from the day to share with you. Enjoy.

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This next photo is one of my favourite wedding photos taken at Dryridge Estate wedding venue.

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Krissy & Mitch’s Dryridge Estate Wedding

Wedding Day Vendor List:

Wedding Photographer: Henry Paul Photography | Photobooth: The OG Photobooth Company | Florist: Brushwood Floral Design | Engagement Ring: Argyle Street Fine Jewellery, Camden | Celebrant: Shane Clifton | Region: Blue Mountains, Australia | Wedding Venue: Dryridge Estate Wedding Venue Blue Mountains NSW | Catering: Hangree Catering | DJ: Elliot Grancha | Wedding Favours: Interior Motives Aus | Stationery: Paperlust | Event Furniture: Euphoria Wedding Styling & Blue Mountains Special Event Hire | Bridal Gown/Dress Designer: Emmy Mae Bridal | Bridal Boutique: Made with Love Bridal | Veil: Made with Love Bridal | Shoes: Sol Sana | Hair: Blonde Bomb Hair | Makeup: Rochelle Spotswood | Groom’s Shirt: MJ Bale | Jacket: Calvin Klein | Pants: Academy Brand | Socks: Happy Socks | Barber: Republic Barbers, Cronulla | Bridesmaid Attire: Bec and Bridge | Groomsmen Attire: MJ Bale

Words by Henry Paul Photography, a Sydney-based wedding photographer.

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