The Farm, Byron Bay Wedding | Jack and Jules | Lara Furst Photographer

June 20, 2018

The Farm Byron Bay is one of those magical places in the world that has the best bread (bread social, seriously), excellent food and wine and great vibes. All of those things came together to help Jules and Jack celebrate their marriage with their best mates from Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, Amsterdam and everywhere in between.

But first, the boys started off their day with a leisurely swim under an overcast sky. Even with those greys, Byron still has all that charm:

Then the serious duty of getting ready:

Meanwhile, Jules and her band of fabulous girls were getting ready. Champagne, an epic cheese platter and all the feels. People kept rocking in to wish her well and give her a sneaky cuddle before they went to The Farm!

Epic Floral deliciousness by The French Petal:

One of the many wonderful things about Jack and Jules, is that they think of all the good stuff. Between zooper doopers for their guests and beers for the bridal party, things were always going to suit these cool cats.

When you’ve got a host of good people around you, it’s kind of impossible to pick one best man. So sometimes you need to do scissors, paper rock to see who is going to have the responsibility of handing over the rings!

Jules and Jack wanted to spend as much time as possible hanging out with their friends and family, so we were done with portraits in less than twenty minutes! Kind of easy when you have a pair as gorgeous and relaxed as these two.

The reception room was fancier than a pineapple with flowers in it:

We all know by now that speeches are totally one of my favourite parts of the day and this day did not disappoint. Between proud dads, proud husbands and all the stories, there was not a dry eye in the house from sadness and laughter.

And a pause for dinner. The share plates at The Farm, Byron Bay are really something else.

And then… into the main room for a night of dancing. The band kept things going and it didn’t stop until we were all kicked out at 11!


Art is expression of feelings, moments and our own perception of life! Don’t let anyone over make you doubt that!