Corinne & StuartToday’s wedding is a beautiful one- taking place at one of Sydney’s iconic venues Vaucluse House, The bride wore a gown her mother created, the groom’s mother did the flowers, and their two year old son acted as the ring bearer. It was truly a handmade, family affair and one that is incredible
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Carol & ChrisCarol and Chris’ wedding is utterly romantic. From the private ceremony, to the ring blessing as the sun cast it’s golden rays and Carol’s dress? Not only is it completely stunning but her mother made it!Carol and Chris are both LDS members and met at church. Chris proposed on the church grounds.Photographs today
Katie & AlexForget long white wedding dresses, traditional wedding cakes and even traditional wedding bouquets, today’s celebration of Katie & Alex is anything but traditional and everything casual, relaxed and beautiful.Katie and Alex did however have a bit of a traditional love story- they met at work! Katie recalls “We met at a small supermarket.
Justine & CameronIntimacy is sometimes the most beautiful thing- especially at a wedding. Today’s celebration is an intimate waterside wedding in Sydney’s Balmoral. Our couple, Justine & Cameron met while working together and did away with many wedding traditions (including the first dance) in order to have a relaxed, quiet and beautiful celebration with their
Germaine & JonathanIf you love a wedding with lots of colour than do I just have the prettiest one for you! Pouring over Germaine & Jonathan’s wedding reminds me of walking into an ice-cream store- there’s beautiful shades of lemon, lime, raspberry and watermelon all making for such a splendid combination across the industrial grey
Belinda and Christian There is an elegant, quiet beauty about today’s beach side wedding. The backdrop of the ocean, the golden Summer sunset and the most beautiful story to tell. Whale Beach always provides a spectacular backdrop, and today’s wedding is no exception.Belinda recalls how she met her husband Christian.We had both grown up in
Louise and AdamGosh the Southern Highlands are incredibly beautiful and Louise and Adam’s wedding fit right in! I think their little attendants had me smiling from beginning to end – like little, pink tutu clad fairies, these sweet bridal party members make me want to twirl!Louise and Adam met while working together. Louise says ”
Claire and KezThe love the fun and vibrancy of the wedding of Claire and Kez. I think it started when the vibrant orange bouquet appeared and continued as I saw Claire crack up laughing. Marrying against Sydney’s harbour waters, the couple infused their day with a relaxed atmosphere and had plenty of beautiful moments with
Carly & ChrisOne of my favourite places in Sydney is the Chinese Gardens of Friendship. It’s a little oasis in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city. Carly and Chris chose this little oasis to tie the knot and then explored one of Sydney’s most famous precincts – Darling Harbour for their
Holly & JasonI must admit, showing a couple’s engagement and then their wedding is something I really treasure. It’s like showing off the beginning and end (well I suppose another beginning) or a beautiful love story. Seeing the hopes and dreams on faces turn into something even deeper, the culmination of all the excitement, the
Libby & ScottToday’s wedding is simply stunning. It’s not through grand floral arrangements, or incredible decor. It is instead through faces, heartfelt moments, emotion and grace. Sometimes, we need a wedding like today’s to ground us. Put our feet on the ground and get to the core of what it really is all about.Libby tells
Raegan and AdamClassic, black tie never fails to make me giddy. There’s a sense of occasion that comes with it, a sense of “this is a big deal, let’s dress up and celebrate”. Luckily Raegan and Adam didn’t take it too seriously, they paid homage to their loves (football!), their home (Wollongong~) and even the
Lauren & HenryYou know the wedding photos where you want to jump into the picture and pull up a chair? Perhaps sit down and grab a bite to eat, fill your glass and toast the couple and watch on as they perform their first dance? This is one of them. A beautiful, relaxed wedding with
Zoe and ChrisWeddings by the seaside are almost always infused with a special kind of ease. A casual romance that is coloured with the scent of the salt water and the warmth of the sand. Zoe and Chris married in a relaxed ceremony on the New South Wales Central Coast and the beauty of their
Heidi and WillToday’s whimsical wedding took my fancy from the word go. There’s something very special about it- the intimacy , the handmade touches, they’re all pretty but the raw love between Heidi and Will? That’s what I love the most.Heidi recalls how she met Will. “We met at a party, almost ten years ago.