Charlotte, who is a Doctor by trade, is afraid of heights. Mel, who recently sold out her share of her CrossFit gym, chose to propose in a way she knew would be unforgettable for Charlotte – skydiving. Their engagement was only one day. Charlotte and Mel share their elopement under a waterfall in Byron Bay.
Melissa went through a few proposal plans before she landed on the final plan – a sunset proposal on their apartment building rooftop.
Alisha and Mel married in Tasmania – their wedding nothing short of magic. Rings were sent around the ceremony for warming, and LGBTQ+ elders acknowledged.
Gaby & Kate had difficulty planning a wedding that felt ‘them’, and when the opportunity popped up to win an epic elopement they went all in.
Ashleigh and Megan had a civil union before marriage equality, but when laws finally passed they held a vintage Alice in Wonderland themed DIY wedding day.
When a florist is hosting their own romantic engagement party you know that the styling is going to be something special – and it was!
New Year’s Eve was the perfect date for Anne & Somerset to host their colorful outdoor wedding amongst the beautiful forest floor.
A luxe modern wedding day brought to life by very limited DIY projects and a team of wedding pros who had the same visions for the day as these two Yarra Valley lovers.
Adelaide, Australia, might be a touch away from Palm Springs but it served as an inspiration to bring together this chic-beach wedding inspiration.
Forgoing a big celebration, Emily and Sonia decided on an intimate, boho-inspired, micro-wedding on the beautiful beaches of Byron Bay.