Amelia & DamienIt was technology that brought Amelia and Damien together- the pair both working at the Apple store in Doncaster when they first found their spark together, “as the story goes we both started to get more flirty as time went by and the rest is history!’” admits the bride.And the story did, in
Nella & Enzo“Our wedding was really small and intimate” tells today’s bride Nella. In an age where sometimes grand and over the top can carry us away, it’s refreshing to return to a story of something more intimate, quieter, that is all about the story. For Nella and Enzo, it was all about a small guest
Emma & Mike There are some weddings that are what a weekend is made for. Seaside views, cloudy, moody skies and a vibe that makes you want to pick up a cocktail, or a glass of bubbles and settle in. Emma and Mike’s day, captured by the talented Georgia Verrells is one such celebration. The details
Casey & CallumI have such romantic imagery in my head of apple orchard weddings and Casey & Callum certainly didn’t stop my apple orchard dreams with their beautifully cosy, country orchard wedding. Not only did the pair honour their family (they used handcrafted by the bride’s grandfather, apple crates as reception decor!) but they also
Sylvia & Yue’s Urban Warehouse Winter WeddingThe day looked like old school dapper fun – in a modern and very Melbourne setting! Having met while bar tending at a Melbourne cocktail haunt, they both oozed urban cool with Brunswick as their backdrop. The groom was dress by Oscar Hunt with a vintage bow tie and accessories.
Erana & ZaneIt was a blistering hot day when Erana and Zane welcomed their guests to their nuptials. But it seems that the heat only made the Western ranch venue even more appropriate. “We thought our choice was fun and quirky, but it was actually quite challenging to style without grabbing the cowboy boots and
Lexi & ChrisThere are Australian country weddings that make my heart swell, my goosebumps pop up and my little patriotic heart grow big and Lexi and Chris’? Well if this doesn’t make you feel proud to be Australian, nothing will!There is something about the colours of the Australian countryside, and when captured by Georgia Verrells, with
Sylvia & YueThe backstreets of Melbourne are always an amazing backdrop when it comes to a wedding, and this urban Winter warehouse wedding, which made Brunswick the centrepiece of the day, capitalised on the urban cool. The first look was in a hidden laneway, the bridal party posed in front of shed doors, the vows?
Lauren & ThiagoWhen your feet are bare and you’re roaming the sand in your favourite place in the world, is there anything more you could love? This relaxed Wilsons Promontory engagement captured by Georgia Verrells is testament to doing it your way.The pair met at a Melbourne bar, Thiago remembering “Lauren was a regular customer at
Debbie & AndrewWhere else can you truly experience the epitome of a relaxed, no-fuss wedding but in the Australian bush? Debbie and Andrew chose rural Victoria for the setting of their sweet Australian countryside wedding, as they both love the outdoors, and we couldn’t love it more if we tried. The couple op shopped and
Anna & LeighAnna and Leigh wanted a simple, classic affair for their wedding day and a classic Spring wedding fit the bill. The newlyweds met working together at a local cafe more than ten years ago and the plan for their day was simple. “A a fairly traditional wedding and reception with a relaxed and
Jen & JeffThere is a very beautiful feeling to Jen and Jeff’s Mornington Peninsula Holiday Home wedding. As the title suggests, the couple hired a holiday house for their wedding, using its grounds to celebrate their nuptials. The wedding has all the relaxed vibes of a holiday house celebration, with an edge of style (most