Bryan and PetraIt was one of the most beautiful and scariest days of my life. There were far too many flowers and smells that confused the day. I had no idea what to expect. There was a rehearsal, but nothing prepares you for the big day – especially if you have never been to one.The
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Mark and KerrieMark and I woke up and enjoyed breakfast together. We were relaxed, yet excited at the same time. I went to pick up my beautiful flowers from Poppies Flowers, before we took a car load of bits and pieces to the venue.After some lunch, it was time to head to the hairdresser, followed
Mona & WilliamGorgeous Adelaide, I am always refreshed and excited to see weddings in one of my favourite cities in Australia. Mona and William had the most beautiful, peaceful and special wedding day filled with their love story and the love of their family and friends.Mona tells the story of how they came to be.
Simon and Stephanie Simon and I were together for exactly 6 years and 6 months when we got married. We met on September 2nd 2006 and our wedding was on 2nd March, 2013. We met when I was working at the Woolshed on Hindley in Adelaide, Simon was the farm boy who picked me up
Jess and SimonCountry South Australia sets the scene for Jess and Simon’s rustic inspired wedding. The bouquets look like they’ve been picked from the garden, the couple’s son plays an integral role in the ceremony and the love story takes it’s next steps.Jess tells the beginning. “Simon and I first met when we were 5
Ashlee and SamThere is nothing like a winery wedding. Somehow the story of the vines adds to the romance of the day, plus you’re guaranteed to have a drop drop to serve! Ashlee and Sam’s bright green touches just made the day feel like a fresh, bright celebration and the reminder post it notes and
Datsun & CallieThe wedding of Datsun and Callie is a gorgeous one- held in the Adelaide Hills at Callie’s parent’s home it has a whimsical, sweet relaxed feeling. Plenty of tradition but plenty of twists and turns that reflected Datsun and Callie.Which really, is what it’s all about!Datsun and Callie tell their story. “The newlyweds
Megan & AaronI love how different interpretations of one style can mean two completely different things and both be equally as beautiful. Megan and Aaron held their vintage inspired wedding in the rolling, vineyard covered hills of South Australia. A relaxed and intimate setting set the scene for their nuptials.Megan tells of how they met.
Chris and ChristenChris and I met back when we were 14 on a Mt Buller school ski trip with our families. Our parents connected on the bus during the 7 hour drive from Adelaide. They quickly became friends and our 2 families spent the rest of the week skiing together. We lived but 5 minutes
Joanna & DarrenAdelaide does beautiful weddings so well. Today’s winery wedding kicked off with a traditional Ukranian marriage ceremony which just added another flavour and another beautiful layer to the wedding day. Watching different ceremonies and traditions makes telling the stories so much richer.Joanna tells the story of their relationship. “We met seven years ago
Annabelle & DeanWhat a beautiful Adelaide wedding Annabelle and Dean celebrated. An intimate church ceremony and a marquee celebration at Annabelle’s mother’s home. It’s pure elegance, with a touch of rainy days!Annabelle tells how she and Dean met – over wine! “I moved to Sydney on Thursday 30th April 2009, knowing no one, an old
Adam and ChantelleFrom the moment I met Adam, I knew there was something special about him, he was funny, talkative and had a spark that I decided I never wanted to be without. We met at work in 2007 and 10 months later moved to London to pursue our mutual dream of living and working
Christopher and LaurenAfter a 5 year wait, I finally got the diamond I had been wishing for on Christmas 2010. Christopher and I set our wedding date with just over a year to plan. Planning was a fun but huge job… with input and pressure from everyone, it’s easy to forget the day is about
James and Lisa-ReneeJames and I met while we were both on a working holiday living in London. James is from New Zealand and I’m Australian and after our adventures ended in the UK we decided to move back to my hometown of Adelaide together. Some years later, on a holiday back to New Zealand to visit
Karina & LukeI love the Adelaide weddings that we’re showcasing (due to popular demand!) Adelaide is one of my favourite cities in Australia with it’s relaxed, laid back feel and Karina and Luke’s winery wedding has the same atmosphere.Karina explains how she and Luke met. “A girlfriend from uni was having her birthday celebrations at