Wedding businesses have all copped a massive blow, with tough new coronavirus regulations forcing many brides and grooms to call off their big day.
It's leaving many venues and photographers out of pocket in the current moment and the next few months isn't looking good.
BoxGrove partner Ben Fry said they held their last wedding on Saturday but have had to cancel all major functions at the venue in the next six months, with the next wedding booked in for mid-August.
"We had our last wedding on Saturday and to be honest, we were lucky to have that," he said.
"Guests numbers at that wedding had to be reduced due to the legislation that came into place. We managed to creep just under that required number.
"Obviously we had to take all precautions and double our hygiene measures to have that happen. We were just glad we got one more away before we had to close the doors."
Unfortunately for BoxGrove, it is unable to provide another service, with Mr Fry saying the business relies on big, social gatherings like weddings or functions such as fundraisers and work parties.
"We're definitely feeling a massive hit," he said.
"There's nothing alternatively we can do. It's particularly hard for us because our business is built on being social.
"We're just sitting on our hands at the moment. We can't do much. We've cleaned up the barn, locked it up and now we'll sit on it until August.
"I encourage people not to forget the smaller guys like the cafes and restaurants that can make an alternative. Keep supporting those guys, because those are the businesses that we want to hang around in the future."
Bathurst-based Matt Harper, of Matt Harper Photography, has already had a wedding this weekend cancelled on him, as well as another next month.
It's not all doom and gloom for him, as he has another job, but for some of his other fellow photographers, he said they'll struggle.
"On a couple of Facebook forums, [other photographers] are venting about how much they're losing," he said.
"They've mentioned how the bride and grooms are starting to become aggressive towards them in regards to getting a refund and trying to get more than what they're entitled to.
"They're all trying to go onto a job seeker website, from what I've seen on the forums."
Leanne Hamilton Couture said via its Facebook page that the business will remain open, but will only offer one-on-one appointments until the coronavirus pandemic ends.