This is a blog post about a wonderful Cupitt’s Winery wedding. Cupitt’s is a magical winery near Milton, on the NSW South Coast. It’s a lovely quiet spot set right next to open paddocks with cows, rolling hills, and of course grape vines.
It’s hard to share a small selection of images that properly sum up a wedding day, and the two people who were married. How can I possibly describe 12 hours of nerves, excitement, laughter and tears with just a few shots?
My lovely bride and groom, Pav + Jacki
Say hi to Pav + Jacki. I’ll forever remember the infectious smiles of these two lovely people. One moment I’d see Pav tearing up during a speech; then the next moment I’d see him randomly start dancing out of the corner of my eye, even though no music was playing. We went out at sunset for a walk around Cupitt’s Winery and Restaurant, and I really wasn’t surprised to see him start randomly dancing as we walked along. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a groom who loves dancing as much as this guy.
A Cupitt’s Winery wedding is a wonderful thing
Cupitt’s Winery is a pretty wonderful place to hold your nuptials. You can get ready at the cottage on-site; you can walk down to the ceremony, you can walk to various spots for photos, then you’ll be back at the reception without ever having to drive anywhere. I love wedding venues like this where everything is in the one place. And later in the evening when the sun starts to set, the light-show you see over the vineyards is pretty spectacular. Scroll down to have a look.
So, here’s just a few images that I feel represent this Cupitt’s Winery wedding: Pav dancing; Jacki laughing at Pav’s amazing dance moves; while in the background the cows watch with envy and the afternoon turns to night.
You can see another blog post with some more Cupitt’s Winery Ulladulla wedding photos on my blog here.