Bridget and Joshua had the most stunning autumn Australian destination wedding. They couldn’t have timed their date any better to take advantage of the trees brimming with beautiful coloured leaves. What a beautiful symbol of life and beauty to begin their marriage together!
The couple’s wedding venue has such a rich history. So fitting for a day where two families are coming together and forming a legacy of their own. McCrossin’s Mill Museum was developed as adaptive reuse of a heritage building. John McCrossin built the impressive granite and brick three-storey flour mill in 1870 and it features beautiful architecture.
The couple shared an intimate celebration with close family and friends and it couldn’t have been more perfect. As you scroll through the images, you’ll notice a few beautiful and special photo’s of Josh and Bridget with their gorgeous little one, Zoe.
Bridget and Joshua met while studying Zoology in Armidale, but only officially started dating 6 years later. You can see from their joyful interactions that it was a match made in heaven!
Congratulations, Bridget and Joshua! I couldn’t be happier for you and wish all the happiness in the world for you in your marriage.
Here are a few of my favourite images from Bridget and Josh’s Historic Museum wedding. If you are planning your wedding in Australia we can help you with the planning and photography services.
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