This industrial meets romance styled inspiration celebrates the love of Brody and Mikaela – two humans whose whole relationship has existed through the pandemic.
Big weddings with big budgets might be a thing of the past with micro-weddings and intimate ceremonies on the rise – and for very good reason.
Planning a wedding during a pandemic wasn’t something that you probably planned, but this complete guide will navigate you through all your options.
If you’ve been on the hunt for a Melbourne wedding DJ that promises to get the dance floor going without any daggyness or pre-prepared playlists, One More Song are your crew.
Meet, Ayzia Jade Photography, a Fremantle Australia photographer whose wedding photography leans toward deep, moody, and romantic.
An uber modern, monotone inspired elopement that features a cool vintage car, two women wildly in love and disco balls – yes, disco balls.
Cami and Megyn were married in a courthouse and never got to glam up on their day. This lavish, vintage styled shoot gave them the perfect opportunity to capture some memories to keep forever.
Celebrating LGBTQ+ love, this wedding inspiration is modern minimal monochrome taken to the next level at the Oakwood on Ryther
After having their wedding cancelled, these two lovers celebrated their love in this cozy woodland styled elopement – good practice for the big wedding day
There are celebrants, and there are *celebrants* – and Monty, of Holymatrimonty, is of the whip crackin’, budgie smuggler and cowboy boot-wearing kind adding personality to weddings in Newcastle and beyond.