“Young Love” Sunset Australian Beach Elopement Inspiration

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In Summer, there is actually no better place to be than beside the seaside and the golden light that bathed the beach setting of today’s styled shoot makes for something that I just can’t get enough of.

Photographer Alannah Liddell teamed up with cinematographer Dreamseeker Films (make sure you scroll down for their beautiful film!) to capture newlyweds Venine and Dylan (and sweet four-legged pal Molly!).

The boho style was brought to life with a luxe peacock chair from Pretty Willow Hire and beautifully deeply toned blooms styled by Rose and Bud that explored different tones and textures to complement the raw beach setting.

Our bride, Venine, dresses in beautifully crafted gowns from  Wendy Makin complemented with sparkling metallic details (that gold leaf veil!) from Kezani.  Vikki Aldridge Makeup & Hair completing her look with dark smokey eyes, nude lips and loose beach waves. Her “groom” dresses in simple pants and a crisp white shirt thanks to  Suits Formalwear.

Designer Anita of Kezani telling “With the up and coming trend of ‘Elopements’ and ‘First Looks’, I just wanted this shoot to be relaxed and dreamy and all about the bride and groom.” The main inspiration for this shoot was ‘Young Love’. I have known Venine for a few years now and she met her beau just over a year ago and married him this January!! They are perfectly matched and it has been quite gorgeous watching them grow as a couple, hence why I had named it ‘All Loved Up’. They are a beautiful couple inside and out and just wanted to celebrate LOVE.”

 

Photographer: Alannah Liddell / Cinematographer: Dreamseeker Films / Bride's Dress: Wendy Makin / Bride's Veil/Hair Accessories: Kezani / Groom's Attire: Suits Formalwear / Hair & Makeup Artist: Vikki Aldridge Makeup & Hair / Flowers: Rose and Bud / Rental Furniture: Pretty Willow Hire

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