Whether you’re a city slicker or a country lover, active or laid-back types the state of New South Wales has every kind of location you could imagine for a memorable wedding day and honeymoon. For a stylish city wedding there’s nowhere better than the capital city of Sydney providing endless stunning backdrops and locations from the Harbour and the opera house to more hidden locations that you may only find out about if you consult an experienced wedding photographer in NSW. Everybody wants their photographs to be individual and memorable, whether it is the traditional album or the modern popular wedding video. But the key is to choose an experienced wedding photographer, consult with them in plenty of time and give them the chance to scout for unusual views and interesting features to include in this record of your big day. NSW provides opportunities for everything from a city to a beach wedding or for something more unusual why not combine wedding and honeymoon at the ski slopes at Charlotte Pass – just make sure your wedding photographer NSW is comfortable on skis!!! Country and Western fans could choose to marry in Tamworth, Australia’s country music capital south of the Queensland border. If it’s a real passion why not consider having a themed wedding there, particularly when there is a special event or festival taking place. An experienced wedding photographer can capture the atmosphere for you perfectly. Or how about a wedding on water floating or float down the Hawkesbury River on a houseboat? Once the ceremony is complete you could even spend your honeymoon on a leisurely trip on board! Sydney dwellers who marry in the city could take the opportunity of their honeymoon to explore this diverse state. Visit Port Stephens and Forster to watch the dolphins or get away by yourselves in the World Heritage-listed wilderness of Barrington Tops. Perhaps if you’re the active type it’s the perfect opportunity to do something you have always meant to but never quite managed and climb in the Blue Mountains. Or how about Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s highest mountain and when you reach the top you can explore the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve which contains 20 species of plants that are to be found nowhere else on the planet. For those with a passion for wine Hunter Valley’s many vineyards and lovely countryside may be the perfect setting for both wedding and honeymoon. With plenty of tours, a choice of accommodation and the Hunter River running through the region there will be more than enough to enjoy during this special time.