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South Australian photographer Sarah Petrusma's photography blog. Full of thoughts, ideas & favourite stories


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Dani & Simon's Mount Osmond Golf Club Wedding

Dani and Simon are two completely genuine people who are so much fun to be around. Their wedding reflected them well, being super fun and relaxing without loosing any of it’s beautiful formalities. From amazing speeches (replicating old dance moves), a lovely Church ceremony, classy horse and cart (and a convertible car of course), amazing vocal performance from tenor Tasso Bouyessis and soprano Annamaria Beni, sax and bongos accompanying the DJs dance floor tunes, and the gorgeous views and setting of Mount Osmond Gold Club. What more could you want?

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Hannah & Simon's Port Willunga Wedding at the Court House and Russell's Pizza

I’ve been looking forward to Hannah & Simon’s wedding since their beautiful engagement session at Kuitpo Forest, (which just happened to be shared on Polka Dot Bride just one week after their wedding!) They chose one of my favourite venues for their wedding day, Russell’s Pizza, the perfect, quirky venue in stunning Port Willunga. Their day was a rustic and relaxed way to celebrate their love with the people they love the most, their friends and family.

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Jade & Bill's Glen Ewin Estate, Gate House Wedding

Jade and Bill had a beautifully classic wedding at the Gate House at Glen Ewin Estate on a beautiful late October day. With soft decor of whites and green, delicate touches, sparkling fairy lights and big glowing letters it was a feast for the eyes. I’m absolutely loving taking some extra portraits at night, especially when a sunset fails to shine through an overcast sky. And Jade and Bill? What more can I say, other than a beautiful couple beautifully suited to each other. Who got to spend a wonderful day together sharing their love with family and friends. As always, I’ll keep my words short and let the images do the talking.

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