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Sarah & GerrardSarah and Gerrard were both drawn to the idea of getting married in Tasmania. They both wanted their wedding to feel down to earth, warm and welcoming, and loved the sense of adventure that came with recruiting all their guests down for the occasion, who were all spread out down the east cost

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Sophie & JoshThe sun dappled Southern Highlands were on glorious display on this 42 degree summer’s day! As a florist herself, Sophie and her husband Josh planned their wedding to be intimate, minimal, and filled with stunning flowers. With delicate bouquets, foraged foliage installations and beautiful DIY touches, photographer Ella Ottaviano caught every detail.Telling of

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Bitsy & Toby2020 and COVID-19 has seen many weddings shifted, many plans upset, and many dreams reimagined. For Bitsy & Toby, they’d dreamt of eloping to New Zealand, but travel restrictions soon pushed for these two to create other plans. The result? Moments like the one above, all thanks to a team of vendors, who

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Amanda & LyndonI’m not sure which part of Amanda and Lyndon’s rustic Tasmanian wedding day you’re going to fall in love with first.It could be the beautiful location – these two chose the bride’s family farm to tie the knot, celebrating with a marquee reception in the country fields until the week hours. But we’re

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Rebekah & CiaranSay “Bula!” to Fiji as we head to there to soak up the relaxed, tropical vibes of Rebekah and Ciaran’s destination wedding. The couple invited their nearest and dearest on a wedding week in paradise, which included a welcome dinner and a hens and bucks party. And even though it was a destination

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Allison & TomOverlooking the sea in Tasmania, Allison and Tom were married in contemporary style! Styled with blush coloured blooms and with modern coastal details, we adore this celebration! Doxa Visual captured every moment.Meeting on their first day at university, Tom sealed the deal after time had passed by proposing with a picnic on the

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Genevieve & OllieGenevieve and Ollie’s wedding did a number on me. It might be because I sent the entire time writing their story with the sounds fo Genevieve’s surprise serenade to her husband playing loudly, it might be the stories that are filled with passion and romance that the bride herself shared, or it might

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Danica & ChrisPour yourself a coupe of champagne and don your bow tie, because today’s wedding is utterly packed with gorgeous, glam details, chic wedding day style and an abundance of stunning blooms. It was, as the bride and groom dreamt “Elegant & fun, gold & blush, formal turning in to a Gatsby-style party”. With Rosie

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Nikki & MichaelIt was the most golden of Autumn days when Nikki and Michael tied the knot. The bride, in the most stunning long-sleeve gown, carried a bouquet of stunning autumn blooms while her groom, Michael dressed in dapper black accompanied her as the pair celebrated a day at the beautifully historic Tasmanian venue Entally House.

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Elle & JamesOn a sweeping farm in Tasmania, with rustic details and Australian native flowers, Elle and James said ‘I do’! The countryside provided a gorgeous backdrop for the romantic day, complete with a Grace Loves Lace gown, seaside adventures and a beloved puppy! Tanya Voltchanskaya captured the day.The bride and groom met at Falls Festival

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Image via Fiona Vail PhotographyA destination wedding conjures up many images in the imagination. Most of them exotic, intriguing and romantic. In reality, planning a destination wedding is often where many couples come back down to earth with a thud. ‘How is this going to work!? Shall we just elope?’.This is where an experienced planner

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If there is one marriage made in heaven, it’s Tasmania and apples. And what better way to warm up your winter bones, than with our homage to the apple isle with our apple cider whiskey cocktail?For this one, we wanted to honour all that we love about Tasmania. We’re combining apple cider (we used one

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Image by Hubert and Dan There’s something very special about a Tasmanian wedding. You could get married by a convict ruin or in a canyon at Cradle Mountain. Say your “I Dos” amid the treetops or in the depths of a strange museum, a grand Cathedral or community hall. There’s a place and space for the

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Liv & BecBollywood flash mobs, bowling clubs, sequinned jackets. Tasmania might be known for its stunning scenery, but as of today, let it be known for its the ability to host a fun and colourful celebration. Because for Liv and Bec? There was nothing less than a bucket load of fun as they made their

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Maddy & GerardAlthough we know Tasmania truly shines during winter, there is no doubt that this island knows a thing or two about the beauty of Summer too. “We wanted a low key, no fuss wedding that celebrated just us. We didn’t want bells & whistles we wanted each other & nature,” explains Maddy. “We

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