Surrounded by family and friends, with no obligatory invites, Bec and Carla shared a relaxed wedding in Camperdown Commons in Sydney.
For Susan and Tess, rain meant their Wollongong wedding was a little different to what they’d planned, but they took it in their stride and celebrated authentically.
Inspired by their surroundings, Olivia’s family farm, Liz and Oliva hosted a down-to-earth, rustic wedding day – both wearing suits!
With outfit change between ceremony and reception, Clare and Libby’s feminine wedding at Camp David Farm, Macedon, was a celebration of their love, and the support of their biological and chosen family.
Amongst the forest, George and Nic shared their wedding vows in a day that was relaxed and brought to life with boho luxe details and love.
After seven years together, Chrissie and Megan made their nice, but on a reasonable budget, urban Melbourne wedding day come to life.
In a black leather jacket, a short white dress and a handful of red roses, this styled elopement celebrates the queer love between Cass & Kerryn.
After 25 years together, and multiple proposals, Nicola and Rebecca finally married in a fun and relaxed wedding in Palm Cove.
Knowing that a gold wedding sequin gown, and native florals, would be the only appropriate attire and floral combination for their modern Melbourne wedding
Nikki and Renae invited guests to their ‘engagement party’, but really it was a reception party to celebrate their secret elopement earlier that day