Hats look fantastic and can suit a variety of different wedding styles including country, vintage and even black tie. Here’s some inspiration for you.
Simplesmente Branco / Image by Alec Venderboom via Green Wedding Shoes / Solas Wedding & Portrait Photography / Photo by Mark Quade via Sigourney and Andrew’s Vintage Inspired Australian Wedding / Image by Jonas Peterson / Cowboys image via The Wedding Chicks
When Athena and Dariusz were married in a Greek Orthodox Church, the gorgeous surroundings, the love of family and friends, and their love for each other, made the day extra emotional.
Dariusz remembers, “Definitely a highlight was seeing the bride walk down the aisle looking beautiful and absolutely radiant. The walk down the aisle, toward me, was filled with immense anticipation of the day ahead, but more importantly, for the beginning of our future together.”
Images by Marcus Bell of Studio Impressions.
When Stew and Fiona got married on tropical Fitzroy Island on the Great Barrier Reef, Stew and his groomsmen opted for a casual shirt and pants from Ed Harry. They wore shoes from Spendless Shoes “We got married on the coral beach in front of a lovely little beach shack with the Great Barrier Reef surrounding us then headed over to Foxy’s Bar to eat drink and dance the night away.”
Stew’s bright boutonniere complemented the colourful bridesmaids’ dresses and reflected the tropical feel of the day.
Photos by Steven Elmer
Simon married Felicity in an elegant Melbourne wedding on a warm summer’s day.
Simon’s tuxedo and French cuff shirt were from Arthur Galan. Simon’s tie was covered in tiny polkadots with the added touch of skulls to add a touch of individuality. His tie and scull cufflinks were from Alexander McQueen.
Simon says, “Everything ran like an expensive Swiss watch….except for forgetting my belt, leaving the rings in the hotel safe and having to get my speech printed again…..”
Photography by Joseph Koprek
The Stokehouse is such an iconic venue in Melbourne, and this is where Suong and Robert chose to get married, on the deck overlooking the beach and Port Phillip Bay. Robert looked elegant in a charcoal suit from Hugo Boss His shoes were from Myer.
Robert’s groomsman complemented Robert’s outfit by wearing a suit which was tailored in Hong Kong. Their boutonierre was a classic white rose (two for Robert) which echoed the bride’s gorgeous white rose bouquet.
Photos by Brent Lukey