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A playful and fun occasion was the perfect wedding for Elizabeth and Michael. With influences from Argentina and a setting much like where the Groom grew up, you can’t help but smile as you see the images by Indie Lane Photography. After their relationship blossomed after a chance meeting in Canada, Michael reflects on their happy day and the memories that have stayed with him. 

How beautiful my bride looked, having all my friends and family around, the farm-like theme which matched how I grew up and the Argentine flare of the wedding as my brother-in-law is from Argentina.

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After ten years together, Adolfo and Sara were married with their nearest and dearest on hand. It was a relaxed, yet glamorous wedding celebrating the love they have for one another. Adolfo explains his suit choice and thought process behind the design.

I chose my suit fairly early on, we went to a suit shop in the city and the young gentleman there recommended me to a tailor at a different shop called Mister Mister in the Strand. I ended up calling and meeting Danny – we hit it off and I liked his direction, so I decided that we would go with him. I always preferred navy suits and one that I could wear again after the wedding. It had to be a traditional two button dinner suit with a single vent. I liked the modern twist with the slanted pockets.

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In a very poignant issue – our Green Issue, we couldn’t look past this incredible tale of Maggie & Jonesy and their complete Phillip Island DIY wedding. 

“We made absolutely everything for the wedding… We made all our decorations, brought all our own party lights and made giant flower arrangements.”

The use of pre-loved, up-cycled gear didn’t end with the main ceremony and reception decor. The Groom was also doing his bit to bring history to the present. Maggie details her Groom’s outfit for the day.

Chris had been given his grandfather’s wedding suit years ago and it was his all-time favourite – it would be at least 60 yrs old. His grandfather wore this very suit at his own wedding in 1950. It is a vintage Pierre Cardin suit in houndstooth grey, it’s a classic style that fit Jonesy like a glove. For the wedding, we had the pants tailored to a slim Swedish style fit.

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