Tim & Gaby has a spring elopement in the Byron Bay hills of Newrybar at Harvest. The ceremony was held in the gardens and an intimate reception in the historic bakery showered in floral artistry. It was intimate and full of emotion – you know it’s a beautiful energy when the celebrant and photographer are crying!
Tell me a little bit about your love story?
We met several years ago – Tim was dressed in a bad blue safari suit and I was covered in leopard spots (costume party). We did the long-distance thing for a couple of years, before I moved to Byron Bay (from Melbourne). We feel freakishly lucky to have found each other.
We want to get to know YOU! Tell me about your hobbies, lifestyle, jobs, kids etc?
Both of us have backgrounds in sustainability and organisational development. Tim works in sustainable forestry, and I am a coach and facilitator. We also run an online business teaching the principles of living systems self-organisation (based on the patterns in nature). Tim has two daughters aged 13 and 10 who live in Byron. When we are not in Suffolk Park, we are out at our off-grid farm near the Border Ranges, trying to keep the pythons out of our shack and the wallabies out of our veggie garden 🙂
Photography – Lady Bella Studio & Salon / @lady_bella_australia
Venue – Harvery Newrybar (Byron Bay Hinterland)
Celebrant – @skaiceremonies
Flowers – @wildwood.flowers
Hair & Makeup – Mud Honey Salon