Kaitlin and Brock's decided the most perfect place to celebrate their wedding was on Kaitlin's Family Farm, 4 hours South East of Adelaide, in the sleepy little town of Rendelsham, along the Limestone Coast of South Australia. With less than 100 people living in the town, I got the feeling that most of them were at the wedding, which made it even more awesome. Set on a hill alongside the family home and offering a backdrop of the farm and cattle, it really was a spectacular location for their wedding. Driving down...

This is the story of Alyssa and Dave's super fun Engagement party come Wedding celebration. It was such a honour to be one of the few folk who knew what was going to unfold on this day. With the back half of Stone's Throw restaurant screened off, disguised as an imaginary persons 21st Birthday party, with balloon decorations and all (it was really just already set for the wedding dinner) the front half of this funky restaurant / bar in Adelaide's East set the scene for their cocktail Engagement Party. The...

How it came to be that Luke Simon Photography founds it's home at 7 Salisbury Crescent, Colonel Light Gardens aligns quite a lot with how I ended up being a Wedding Photographer. Back when I was 27, I jumped in, took the plunge, tried something different, travelled down a road well out of my comfort zone. After marrying Carrie, I headed off to the mines of WA, to drive Dump-trucks and front end loaders. I'd spend 2 weeks away, be home for 1 week, then do it again. We saved up...

Michelle and Dan's Alru Farm Wedding was something pretty special. Although Plan A, which was to have the Reception under lights in the garden had to be scrapped due to forecast rain, the weather Gods still looked after us in many ways. The Ceremony went ahead in the gardens with only a few drops here and there and held off for the most part until late in the evening when it didn't really matter. Much respect to Bulb Lighting, who took Plan B and ran with it, above and beyond...

  by Adelaide Wedding Photographer Luke Simon Mel and Sam's Bungaree Station wedding was an unreal way to cap off a Summer. Located a little way North of Clare, Bungaree Station is run by the 4th and 5th generations of the original settlers of the land, the Hawker family. At one stage many years ago, it was the headquarters of an extensive property running 100,000 merino sheep and became more of a small village, with its sandstone Homestead, Woolshed, Shearers’ Quarters, Station Store, Manager’s House, District Council Chambers, staff cottages and a Church. Aside from...

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