Madeleine & NathanIn the Royal Botanic Gardens under showery skies, Madeleine and Nathan wed on Sydney’s romantic waterfront. And what a celebration it was! With family pitching in to help design flowers and bake cakes, the bride and groom kept things simple, and filled with love. Kristie Carrick Photography captured the day.Friends throughout high school,
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Jacinda & BrentThere is a reason we’re so committed to sharing engagements. They’re the beginning of something new, they’re celebrating love stories without any of the hullabaloos of a wedding, all you need is you, your beloved and a photographer. There is a sense of relaxation and celebration that comes when you get back to
The peace, the romance of being by the seaside is never lost on us, and today’s dream team were completely inspired by the waterside location of Sydney venue The Blue Room Bondi to create a wedding editorial inspired by none other than the whimsy of mermaids.Floral designer Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling, who is a
Rebecca & JonnyIndustrial, modern with plenty of chic styling- Rebecca and Jonny’s day, not only shows off the most beautiful aesthetic of Sydney city, but it also seems so very apt for The City Issue. Captured by the ever-talented Zoe Morley, our two Brits wanted to show off the very best of Sydney to their guests.
Jane & SatyaSometimes, an engagement does not need any fuss. It needs a beautiful setting, a beautiful story, and that’s it! Today, we’re joining Jane and Satya, in the golden light of an Australian summer. The pair, who enlisted Born In November to join them, chose Le Perouse for their engagement session. “We love exploring
Jess & DrewMoody and glam, personal and emotional, today’s intimate wedding in the New England National Park is beyond gorgeous. Wearing a blue sequin covered dress and carrying native flowers from a gas station, the bride (and groom) put together a beautiful celebration, captured by Van Middleton Photography.Jess and Drew met at a music festival
The City issue is all about embracing the urban streets. Embracing the time-worn brick walls, the asphalt, the pavement – even the potholes! And exploring how, this facade can actually be the most beautiful setting for a wedding.And so with that, we’re diving into modern, stunning bridal style ideas thanks to a Newcastle dream team.Photographer
Tara & DuncanSunrise is easily my favourite part of the day. The dawn breaking brings with ti plenty of promise, plenty of fresh start moods, of anticipation, of hope. So what better time of day could there be to capture a couple about to take the marriage plunge?Tara and Duncan joined photographer Jennifer Burch before
Sofia & MacGive me a wedding with country charm, with florals in every colour fo the rainbow, with the golden light of a country sunset and I am a happy wedding writer. For Sofia and Mac, who enlisted Andrew Hardy, they dreamt of a day that was “Relaxed, bright colours, big family celebration!”. And I
Ellen & ThomasRose petals were thick on the lush green grass as Ellen and Thomas were married by the water in Port Stephens. An intimate and classic day, filled with sentimental touches, Ava Me Photography captured the celebration.The bride and groom met at just 15 and 17, respectively, and from that moment have been together.
Clare & JordanWe’ve got all the sunshine, all the bright and beautiful charm today as we join Clare and Jordan’s beautiful blush & apricot garden wedding at the ever beautiful Byron Bay venue Fig Tree Byron Bay.And look, if there ever was a list of lovelies which would ask us to be added to the
Sarah & BrentIf you’re anything like me, a wedding gown adorned in beautiful embroidered flowers, is always going to make your day and today’s gown, designed by Angela Osagie is exactly what golden daydreams are made of.For Sarah and Brent, who chose The Beautiful Collective to capture their day, this was a wedding that was
Emilia & AndyIt was a clear and beautiful day at Sydney’s Diamond Bay that set the scene for their romantic seaside stroll engagement.Enlisting photographer Born In November to join them on their walk, this was a momentous occasion, celebrating an engagement that Emilia’s family, all the way back in Italy, dreaded would happen when she moved
Ashley & KyleThe smokey and sweeping Blue Mountains were the location for today’s wedding, as Ashley and Kyle eloped and were married at Wentworth Falls. Holding a native bouquet in dusky neutrals, and celebrating as the sun set over the valleys below, today’s romantic celebration was captured by Damien Milan Photography.Ashley and Kyle planned their
Image: Tourism AustraliaMs Tweed Says: Planning ahead and making enquiries with local business and vendors within the weddings industry is so important right now. We need to do what we can to help give them a chance at re-opening and thriving once again! Here is our round up of one of the most glorious spots and