Emma & AdamAdam and I met for a coffee at night and sat at the beach talking about the possibility of land sharks (sharks that had evolved to be amphibious and eat beach goers obviously!) for our first date. It wasn’t really a conventional first date, but we both enjoyed it enough for a second
Fancy a soiree by seaside? Today’s gorgeous inspiration shoot captures the magic of a waterside wedding with an understanding of the subtleties of the seaside. Tones of dusky blue, pale blue-grey, ocean blue & midnight are offset with clean whites, sage greens, coppers and cigar browns.This is not seaside inspiration as you know it, instead
Brad and JessMy partner and I have been together over seven years now. We first met in high school at a school fete… we often joke that it was “fate at the fete”. In the many years leading up to our engagement, I moved towns to live together, we bought a house, Brad finished his
Shireen & MitchA gorgeous summery, beachside engagement shoot for you this Saturday from photographer Andrea Sproxton. Shireen tells such a beautiful story of her life with Mitch “Mitch and I first met through mutual friends. We were very comfortable and relaxed with each other from the start and could talk for hours about almost anything.
Bec and ChrisI’m never worried when it rains on a wedding day- there’s always the chance for fun umbrellas and gumboots, the colours of the earth are more vibrant and the misty clouds always look romantic to me. So when Bec and Chris had to move their wedding from Point Cartwright to Bec’s family home