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        Adrian and Talia’s Bells at Killcare wedding was held at the Bouddi Peninsula which is on the scenic central coast of New South Wales. 
        This contemporary meets traditional countryside wedding was the perfect balance of both customs from their Greek and Jewish heritage, whilst throwing a party of epic proportions.

        Adrian’s proposal was a romantic moment during a night away in the Wolgan Valley and when it came to planning the wedding the pair had a similar aesthetic in mind with such gorgeous natural surrounding an outdoor ceremony and marquee reception was the way to go.

        In terms of traditions, this wedding was full to the brim. The pair swapped vows under the traditional Jewish chuppah, the wine was blessed and both their brother’s recited Greek and Jewish blessings. “We did the Stefana during the ceremony,” explains Talia, “involving the exchange of crowns (a Greek tradition), Adrian broke the glass whilst under the chuppah (A Jewish tradition) and a highlight for everyone was definitely the Jewish dancing at the start of the reception. Everyone had so much fun!”

        Before the ceremony, Talia and Adrian parted ways for seven days, a Jewish custom, so seeing each other for the first time in a week made the bride’s walk down the aisle that little bit sweeter!

        I would love to photograph another Bells at Killcare wedding so please get in touch if you enjoyed this wedding.

        I would like to thank the following vendors for making the day so awesome: –
        Reception venue: Bells at Killcare
        Brides dress : Jaton
        Bridemaids dress: Bridemaids only
        Grooms suit: MJ Bale
        Stylist: White Rabbit Projects
        Make up artist/hair: Anatasia Pappas
        Flowers: Jardine Botonical
        Videography – The White Tree
        Cake: Ever so sweet
        Celebrant: Tami Sussman




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