These two showed us how to have fun at a wedding! They approached their big day as relaxed as ever, and doesn't it just show! Their wedding took place at the dreamy Sea Eagle Point overlooking Wallis Lake. From tennis court antics to a delicious Plunge Forster feast, this wedding was just perfect!
Claire and Chris, based in the UK, planned a stunning Hunter Valley wedding with all their close friends and family, and kind of... nailed it. Mindaribba House, along with its simply stunning decor, was the perfect setting for this love story. Their photos tell this story perfectly, enjoy.
The Hinterlands of Byron Bay.. a pretty sought after destination, even more so for weddings. Dean and Danae did exactly that, getting married farm-stay-style at Tooraloo Farmstay. Nestled up in the hills overlooking the iconic Byron Bay, Tooraloo farm-stay is a 100 year old restored dairy which offers an intimate, bohemian-inspired and home-like setting for your wedding. These two got married under the properties very own magnificent fig-trees with their close friends, family and even their two adorable doggoes, Boston and Monix.
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Port Douglas is easily one of the most dreamiest places to visit.. so imagine what it was like to have this even dreamier wedding in this location. Ange and Andy have a love affair with this place and have been coming here for years. Andy was so confident Ange would accept his marriage proposal, he booked in at the Sugar Wharf before he even proposed! amazing!
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Bunx and Ash got married in Sydney at the Three Blue Ducks Rosebery in STYLE! Ash, in his made to measure Remy Ghougassian suit, started things off at The Paramount House Hotel. After meeting in a screenwriting class 8 years ago, they both realised their heavy addiction to films was mutual. They frequented the Paramount in the coming years watching classics at the Golden Age Cinema - So it was a must to incorporate it into their wedding day. Meanwhile, with her bridesmaids and family, Bunx got into her stunning Lover gown and made her way to their ceremony in North Sydney. The rest of the day went off without a hitch, with some photos at Paddington Reservoir then off to the Three Blue Ducks to celebrate!
If any of you have been to Byron Bay around April, you already know that the weather and general vibe this time of year is near perfect! There was no question as to why these two chose the Fig Tree Restaurant, up in the beautiful hinterlands of Byron to get married. The day was truely magical; the sun came out, on cue, and cut through the beautiful old fig tree, only moments after Mitch and Tania had said their vows. The stars then lit up the sky as everyone dined, drank and danced their way into the evening.
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Chateau’s, Champagne and the Pyranees. Just a few words to sum up these two French-Canadians’ perfect European wedding. With their nearest and dearest, Myriam and Chris put on a wedding to remember; beating the rain and not sweating the small stuff. Happy to now call these two mates. Set at the stunning Chateau Saint Jean Des Plats, Castelnaudary, France.
Jack and Hannah, after their original Noosa Heads wedding plans got turned upside down from Covid, they opted for a smaller, closer to home option on the South Coast at Terrara House. They rallied together their friends and family, cooked up a feast and got married in style!
Madi & Alex got away from the hustle and bustle and got out to Orange for their intimate wedding. Heifer Station got their newly renovated space all spiffy for these guys. There were tears, laughs and great dancing ;)