A heart touching exploration around Fulham Park Homestead inspired our gorgeous photoshoot which features in the I do I do Gippsland Issue # 3. Fulham Park Homestead is simply one of the most stunning places here in Gippsland. It was established in 1856, built originally by Sea Captain William Jones. This National Trust heritage listed building offers you a little piece of local history and is situated on a rise above a winding creek the grounds command a grand vista across the Thomson River through to the High Country of the Great Dividing Range.
The house retains many of its original Georgian features such as the old fireplaces, architectural style of the enclosed windows, entrance hallway and staircase. Around every corner of the homestead and gardens there are photographic opportunities, but more than that – it inspires you to be more, to create more, to imagine more, to feel more and as you walk away from Fulham, it’s like you are emerged into a pocket of history.
Mi vuoi sposare? / Will you marry me? was the blank canvas that touched the honesty and love of Fulham. A beautiful place to create new history and memories that don’t ever leave you.
Jadore JX1026 Nude / Try Angles Fashion
Casey by Jack Sullivan / Twelve South Bridal
Bridal Gowns / Try Angles Fashion + Twelve South Bridal
Cake + Dessert Table / Chey-de Bakes
Catering / Albert & Co
Flowers / Benita Tscharke Boutique Floral Design
Groom’s Attire / Panthers Mensland
Hair + Makeup / Makeup by Trudy Joyce Morgan
Hire Service / Otto & Chaise
Jewellery / Try Angles Fashion / Twelve South Bridal
Models / Savanna Fanfulla + Phil Johnson
Photography/Videography / Bonnie Pix & Flix
Stationery / Emma Smith Event Stationery
Signs / Redpoint Designs
Styling / Etc. Wedding + Event Styling
Veil / Twelve South Bridal
Venue / Fulham Park Homestead