This is such an effervescent colour, it’s hard not to be inspired!Combine with aqua and magnolia– With azure blue and sand or taupe– With orange and olive green– With pewter grey and magnolia– With pewter grey and touches of saffron yellow– With white, cream, magnolia and ivory and touches of midnight blue– With taupe and
Creative Colour - Poppy Red
Bec & SamBec and Sam, who tied the knot in Clare Valley, South Australia, made a big deal of highlighting everything local – from their gorgeous venues, to the amazing food, wine and even bonbonniere. The couple has ties to the area, making it all the more special. They held their ceremony at St Aloysius’
Erica & HughThe streets of Melbourne are always hard to beat when it comes to a wedding, and for Erica and Hugh, they made the most of the most of the back streets of Brunswick, by choosing urban winery Noisy Ritual as the venue for their big day. And this? This, as evidenced by the
Festival weddings are all about the fun and today, we’ve got an editorial inspired by the bright and the beauty of a fun day out, and it all takes place at the beautiful country venue of Mayfield Farm.Captured by Translucent Photography and Puzzleman Productions and dreamt up and planned by BB Event Planning, this was
Kate & BanjoIf you’re sitting here today, thinking that all you really want, is a wedding without the fuss, a wedding where you can pad from your living room to your vows with no cars, where you can look out over the very same place you said “I do” every day over your morning coffee.
Ellen & SamWe’re all about embracing the joy of winter weddings around these parts, and for Ellen and Sam, the moodiest of seasons could not have been more beautiful for their art-deco inspired wedding day.Set at the ever beautiful Gabbinbar Homestead, these two dreamt of a day that was “Art deco, wintry, formal but fun”.
Kate & DionIf there was a checklist when it comes to Byron Bay weddings, it would have to be bright blooms, beautiful, whimsical details, a totally relaxed vibe and a couple who can’t take their eyes off one another. And if there ever was a couple to fit this mould? It’s Kate and Dion! “Our
Carly & GarethMelbourne Cup Eve in 2019, turned out to be just the best kind of city day for Carly and Gareth’s wedding – “it’s always such a great time in Melbourne and who doesn’t love a public holiday hangover!”. The pair enlisting their favourite bar to play host to the festivities, the bride donning
Yuichi & StephenColourful weddings are our jam. They ooze happiness and joy, and the world needs more of that! We are always absolutely delighted to share these beautiful weddings with you, and the stories of the gorgeous couples who planned them. Today, we’re taking a virtual trip to the stunning Byron Bay Hinterland for the
Weddings are going to change over the next few years, and no doubt eloping? It’s definitely going to be a favourite option for many. So why not do it in utter style?Today’s editorial is all about that relaxed boho, nomadic style, all atop a stunning mountaintop setting.Led by photographer Anne of White Shutter Photography and
if you fell as in love with February’s The Colour issue as we did, fear not, because we’re still going to be bringing you bright and beautiful weddings, bright and beautiful colour in any way we can. Starting with today’s editorial – a bright and beautiful take on bridal style thanks to the crew at