The dynamic duo of Peppermint Photography and Elizabeth Crossley Makeup Artist & Hairstylist are back with this modern and utterly romantic styled shoot, set against a backdrop of crashing waves and epic cliffs. The photographer said that they wanted to create something that you would find in a dream or movie – something modern and minimalist.
Australia – Queensland
Emma & Monty When Emma & Monty tied the knot, they decided on a botanical Brisbane marquee wedding. After a classic church ceremony, their guests gathered at the bride’s parent’s home under a stunning clear marquee decorated with masses of hanging greenery, with Moscow Mules in hand to dance the night away. Emma and Monty
Allie & Nathan Beautiful golden sunsets, fairy lights and love stories sound like the most beautiful way to spend a day and this romantic Casuarina wedding from Love from Luff captured the most perfect blend of beautiful details and modern touches. Allie starts us off with the tale of how the couple came to be.
The stunning bold tones of this urban black and white wedding inspiration shoot against the urban backdrop of Brisbane give so much inspiration for using the dramatic tones at your own industrial celebration, but they also reflect the team’s own inspired message. Hair and makeup artist Brenna Drury who teamed up with photographer Lovers of
Carly & James The deliciousness that is Carly and James’ luxe tropical Mossman affair is one for all the senses. Through the stunning images, captured by Zoe McMahon Photography, you almost feel as though you are there, right along with the couple and their nearest and dearest. Carly and James were married on their tenth
Erin & Craig Misty rain on the mountaintops is one of my favourite things and the romantic mountaintop wedding of Erin and Craig was nothing if not utterly beautiful. Misty rain, stunning floral arrangements and a beautiful love story right at the heart of it all, the newlyweds, who met eleven years prior at a
Brooke & Andrew I am such a city girl – I love the mysterious alleyways, I love exposed brick buildings, city streets, the hustle and bustle of excitement around every corner and I love the urban Brisbane wedding of today’s newlyweds Brooke & Andrew captured by Van Middleton. Brooke and Andrew wanted their guests to
Jessica & Benjamin The rolling green hills of the Australian countryside is something that even gets the most urbanised heart beating a little faster and this relaxed Queensland farm wedding from the lovely Adriana Watson certainly had us dreaming of sunsets and long country walks. Jessica and Benjamin met through mutual friends at high school
Diana & Roland Happy Valentine’s Day, our dear Dotties. And what better way to ring in this truly romantic, beautiful occasion than with a a divine elopement from Sophie Baker Photography. Diana and Roland wanted to keep everything about their wedding as simple and special as possible, and wanted to have a cosy vibe, so
Ashlea & Dan Pulling off a surprise proposal is never an easy feat. For Dan, it was even trickier as he and Ashlea had already agreed to get married, so it was going to be hard to ask without her knowing something was going on! Ashlea self professes that she is a fairly hard person
Molly & Kristian If you’re in the mood for something a little bright, contemporary and fun, look no further than the stunning wedding of Molly and Kristian. The couple wanted their day to have a joyful, relaxed vibe to it, and to spend as much time with their family and friends (many who had travelled), so
Natalie & Leith A handmade wedding in the middle of a Queensland forest sounds enticing enough, but when you add in the most beautiful lavender wedding gown, wedding speeches around a campfire, a romantic serenade and homemade pizzas- well you have a wedding that is going to warm the cockles of your heart. Every moment
Ash & Michael We love it when couples create their wedding day to be a true reflection of who they are, and where they have come from. Ash and Michael wanted to stay true to the fact that they both grew up in the country, and so decided go for a gorgeous rural Queensland wedding.
Today’s inspiration shoot was dreamt up by the dynamic duo Peppermint Photography and makeup artist Elizabeth Crossley one morning over breakfast, and we have to say, we think these two should have creative breakfast dates more often! The shoot was inspired by photographs of Paris during the 1940’s, and was also heavily influenced by French
Mia & Jon (and Frankie!) We fell in love with Mia and Jon’s engagement photos the minute we saw them. A warm, sunny afternoon, a secluded beach and the sweetest, four-legged addition to their shoot – what is there not to love? Kelly Adams Photography accompanied the couple and their dog Frankie to Bribie Island