Picture the deep red orange colour of coral. Not a bright orange, but veering towards the browner side of the orange spectrum. This gorgeous colour could be accessorised with: – browns of all intensities – from chocolate to mid brown to taupe, add a touch of turquoise – greys from charcoal to pale grey –
Creative Colour - Coral Orange
Jess & Ben Jess and Ben surprised their guests after a traditional church ceremony with a romantic picnic wedding inspired by an Indian Summer. Guests picked up a picnic basket on their way through a streamer covered arch and lazed the wedding day away on picnic blankets. Now if that doesn’t sound like an amazing
Matt and Caitlin Matt and I met when I was 17 and he was 21. I had just moved to the regional uni town of Wagga Wagga to start my uni studies. We initially met at the local pub but were then set up by a mutual friend on a date. After being together for
Anjan and Shweta It all began when Anjan moved to Australia from the U.S in 2011. It was then that we met through his cousin’s sister. A few weeks later, we caught up for a casual evening coffee along the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne. Starting then and in the weeks and months to
Kate and Anthony I fell in love with Kate and Anthony’s quirky garden wedding. I can’t quite tell whether it’s Kate’s bold accessories (her gorgeous gold cuff is on my wish list) the incredibly sweet handmade backdrops, or the fun they had. Either way it’s a wedding story, captured by Merge Photography I am honoured to
Rachel & James Sydney shines by the water and this Sydney waterside wedding of Rachel and James, filled with coral peonies and tangerine gowns is nothing short of a sparkling Summer celebration. Captured in beautiful detail by Nerida McMurray on the water’s edge. Rachel tells the story of how they came to be. “We actually
Alicia and Andrew Even before we were engaged, Andrew and I joked that it would be amazing to have a jumping castle at our wedding… for the adults! So it was a given that we would create a relaxed, vintage style vibe to reflect our personalities on the big day. And I wasn’t going to
Jenna and James Jenna and James’ wedding is so bright and beautiful- coral orange weaving its way through the elements of the day. After a chance meeting backpacking through Europe, the couple celebrated their marriage with a garden ceremony overlooking Sydney Harbour captured by Welsch Photography. Jenna kicks off their tale with the story of
Jay and Justin Do you know what’s awesome? A kayak down the river to your wedding ceremony! Today’s rustic river wedding is a little Hawaiian inspired, a little homespun and very community embraced! Now for their story, which I love because it is every bit fate. “We met as small children living on Thursday Island
Luke and Bonnie I was living in Hong Kong and during a short visit back to Australia I met Luke, two worlds collided and we fell in love. We are a pretty happy-go-lucky couple and wanted our day to reflect this: we wanted guests to feel relaxed, almost like they were chilling out at home.
Warren and Skye Warren and I met in London in March 2008. We’d both only been in London for 2 months of our working holiday. When we met we were living in different cities, so there was lots of train rides across the UK and looking forward to weekends at the start of our relationship.