Caty + Alastair, what a duo!
Beautiful on the inside and out and rocking their city wedding like no other.
Their wedding was heartfelt and really family orientated! Each element of their day was so beautifully thought through, from the flowers being hand picked (a combination of Australian and South African natives to represent their families) to Caty's dress + veil that Al's mum made! We even ventured to a coffee shop for some of their portraits as it's their favourite thing to do together!
Their families + everyone I met at the wedding were kind, thoughtful and so welcoming which I think says a lot about Caty + Al!
We ended their couple portraits chatting about hanging out when were next in each others home town! Which I think is the best type of clients to have - where you start as strangers but end as friends!
Trent + Amy, what can I say, these two have such an amazing story! (You can read more about it from their engagement shoot here.)
Their wedding day was just another wonderful addition to that story. It was such a beautiful celebration of the love that binds us all together!
With elegant touches, an amazing spread at their outdoor reception, the groom, best man and bridesmaids singing at the reception and some very fun photo locations made for a pretty amazing day! It was such a joy to be apart of!
Venues: Broadway Chapel / Private property
Catering: Scrumdiddliumptious Catering
Florals: Little Duck Botanicals
Hair: BlackInc Hair Lounge
Makeup: Sasha Hicks
Gown: Wendy Makin Bridal
Suit: Tony Barlow
Emmie + Alex were one of the most relaxed couples I've ever photographed! Married at the beautiful Maleny Retreat, their celebration was an intimate wedding, with a simple and beautiful ceremony and a picnic afterwards.
It didn't feel like a formal occasion, it just felt like a celebration of their lives together surrounded by their closest family and friends.
The whole day was overflowing with emotion, laughter and tears.
All the details were hand picked and wonderfully personal to them - from one of Emmie's students (she's a school teacher) building the beautiful arch they were married under, to cookies from their cafe they own together.
They are such a special duo, both hilarious and kind. They welcomed me into their day like I was a member of the family!
So grateful to have captured it for them!
Venue: Maleny Retreat
Flowers: Flora Explorer
Catering: Something For Catering
Bar: Vintage Bondwood Bar
Cake: Erin Mitaros
Celebrant: Nicole Evans
Gown: Mia Solano / Luv Bridal
Suit: M.J Bale / Roger David / Industrie
Hair + Makeup: Totem Hair
Clare + Vic! What a duo!
These two were just a blast to photograph! They celebrated with a beautiful outdoor ceremony (my fav!) in the hills of Obi Obi, along with their many friends and families!
Their vows and speeches would have to be my favourite part of their day, full of laughs and tears and omg's! They had me giggling my way throughout the day!
Romantic, beautiful styling, in a country setting with all the emotions to top it off! What more could you want!
Venue: Obi Obi Hall
Florals: Willow Bud
Celebrant: Live Love Celebrations
Catering: Penfolds Catering
Styling: Simply Style Co
Cake: Expression Cake Design
Hair + Makeup: Brush and Blush
Gown: White Lily Couture / Pronovias
Suit: Michael Innis
Live Music: Benjam
Amy + Matt's beautiful day was a perfect reflection of them, relaxed and easy going.
I'm such a sucker for an outdoor wedding and Amy + Matt's was simple and just stunning. Completed by their backyard reception, my favourite touches were definitely the canoe esky and the epic dance floor!
It was such a beautiful, family orientated celebration of their lives + love!
Such a privilege to capture it all for them!
Ella + Callum have been married a year.
We started the day in their first home, capturing what most mornings have looked like for their first year together.
And then Ella got the chance to wear her bridal gown skirt again (with a new touch) and we headed to a small mountain close by to capture their love.
Love is worthy of capturing not just on your wedding day, but a year in or many years in.
Marriage is worth celebrating, what better way then photos? :)