The Northern Territory holds a special kind of rugged beauty and it turns out that raw, earthy wonder bathes everything in its path with a special kind of Australian magic.
Today’s dream team, led by photographer Time & Eternity Photography and stylist Studio B Couture was inspired by Darwin’s unique beauty. The team setting the scene of an intimate elopement against the Northern Territory’s golden cliffs.
Our bride and groom models Georgia-Rose Stretton and Matt Kerr dressed in a glittering gown from Anna Dutton, beaded jewels by Little White Couture and a dapper look from Tarocash, styled with hair and makeup by My Glow Darwin and Vanilla Hair Studio.
After the scene was set with a modern take on desert styled invitation by Studio B Couture, our newlyweds wed by the Dripstone Cliffs, surrounded by native blooms (provided by Beija Flor), foraged grasses and greenery. Celebrating their marriage in the most of relaxed of ways, they took to the beach for a picnic on the sand, complete with a beautiful table (set with gold pieces from Gold Wedding Hire and locally sourced ceramic pieces) and finishing with a dessert of donuts from Donut King.
Lorelie of Studio B Couture telling of the team’s inspiration. “The natural raw beauty of the Northern Territory coastline from the warmth of the cliff faces to the expanse of beach and the soothing coolness of the water and evening skies. We wanted to create a natural and casual picnic style elopement that celebrated the uniqueness of this location for a wedding.”