In celebration of Royal weddings, sapphires and bower birds everywhere……. – Combine with white and black – With blues of all hues – With spring green and magnolia – With white and champagne – With mustard yellow, pearl grey and off white – With blue greens, aqua – ocean colours – With pale grey, pewter
Creative Colour - Sapphire Blue
Anna & Scott Anna describes her wedding day to Scott as, “A slice of Melbourne at it’s best; a whirlwind tour from Yarra Valley winery to city restaurant and then local pub, all with a vintage feel.” This sweet Melbourne vintage inspired wedding took guests from the gorgeous Yarra Valley to the urban feel of
The very next day after our 1950s styled vintage wedding. Yes, in the morning. At 9am. The traditional Vietnamese wedding ceremony was held at my husband’s family home, and was simple, beautiful and very emotional. My amazing father-in-law may be a former South Vietnamese soldier who survived 5 years in a Viet Cong prison camp
Kate & Mike Kate and Mike chose one beautiful venue (Caves House, Yallingup) for their relaxed Western Australian wedding. Setting the scene, they invited guests to join them for the weekend. The casual feel of the celebrations led to a friendly warmth for each moment of the ceremony, all captured by Nicolle Versteeg Photography. Kate
Stephanie and Gonzalo I have a lot of love for this bright winery wedding I get to share with you today. Not only did I adore the couple’s story of how they met, but the special touches they had at their reception – filled with bright blooms and plenty of candlelight it was utterly beautiful
Ruth & Benn There is something wildly magical about marrying at a museum. Especially Melbourne’s Musuem with it’s incredible exhibits like Phar Lap, Forest Secrets, The Melbourne Story – imagine getting free reign to pour over history after you say your vows? Who said a wedding can’t be educational? Ruth and Benn did just
Catherine & Campbell I may have fallen in love with Catherine’s sapphire blue wedding gown in today’s celebration (and her sweet baby bump). Catherine and Campbell chose to celebrate this marriage, twelve years in the making and captured by Kirralee Ashworth at an inner city art gallery. Surrounded by incredible photographs and finishing with an
David and Amy David and I first met while working at a First Choice Liquor store. David’s twin brother Alan had actually worked there before David so on David’s first day I was a bit confused! It was always a fun shift working with David and we soon became friends before we eventually started dating.
Leigh and Talitha Leigh and I met at Film school in Brisbane and were friends throughout the 3 year course. During third year, I produced a short film which Leigh edited and our friend Tarren directed so we spent a lot of time together. We started dating at the end of the degree. Shortly after,
Jordan and Helena We chose Hamilton Island wedding to celebrate our wedding. Hamilton Island has special memories for me because I have been engaged to perform on the island a number of times as a cellist including at one of the Oatley’s weddings. Jonas Peterson captured the day’s festivities. He put together a slide show
Lucy and Andrew Today’s colourful country wedding is just the ticket for the warmer weather. So many pretty patterns, pretty flowers and explosions of colour. There is always something special about marrying on a private property – Andrew and Lucy held their celebration (captured by Koko Photography) on Lucy’s sister’s farm in Axedale outside of Bendigo.