We recently captured Samantha & Stevan’s beautiful Wedding at Loxley on Bellbird Hill 993 Bells Line of Rd, Kurrajong Hills NSW 2758
The morning weather started off beautiful and sunny, the sky thankfully cleared out for us and the sun was shining nice and bright along with the blue sky above which made for fantastic weather!
Loxley on Bellbird Hill is a wedding reception & garden ceremony venue situated at the gateway of the Blue Mountains in the beautiful Hawkesbury Valley. Brimming with history and surrounded by enchanting natural beauty, it is the premier venue for weddings and events.
Loxley’s established gardens with peaceful ponds, water lilies, mature trees and expansive views, provide an ideal setting for an elegant garden wedding.
Amidst the beautiful grounds of Loxley on Bellbird Hill are many location choices ideal for the wedding ceremony and amazing wedding photography and wedding video.
Their Garden Ceremony is located on the lower deck of the heritage-listed Kauri Function Room, overlooking 180-degree views of the Sydney Basin.
they can accommodate up to 180 guests.
So to start things off, the day started off with the bride and groom getting ready at two different rooms at Loxley on Bellbird Hill, in this case they actually provide cabins which can be purchased to stay the night before the wedding day. The boys were obviously quite relaxed and not a care in the world, whereas Samantha was making sure everything was picture perfect as planned.
The ceremony was held on the front porch of the venue and the celebrant took charge of the ceremony, as they both exchanged their vowels and many emotions were had.
They walked down the wooden floorboard aisle as guests threw petals!
We then had the wedding photoshoot with the bridal party after the ceremony around the area as it was quite picturesque and the flowers, trees were in full bloom!
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Watch their wedding highlights video below:
Some photography from the day: