Inspired by their surroundings, Olivia’s family farm, Liz and Oliva hosted a down-to-earth, rustic wedding day – both wearing suits!
Mary and Sally both wore suits at their queer New Orleans wedding day – one that included a special ode to their favorite Mardi Gras walking parades.
After a first date that ended after twelve hours, a Hallmark proposal in Paris on Valentines Day, Chelsea and Taylor brought together an all female and non-binary team to create wedding magic.
Their story begins rather uniquely, an interrupted Reiki session led Bianca and Chiara to a blind date – where their connection was immediate.
Between lockdowns in Melbourne, Maddie and Molly decided to plan their entire micro wedding in just two and a half months. Café Sidra held host to the event.
Taking on plenty of DIY projects, Mikaylee and Taylor brought their outdoor wedding to life with succulents, jewel-toned bridesmaids and their dog, Juke.
Kate and Stacey chose to plan and execute their wedding day in only four months. This short time frame took nothing away from their timeless wedding, which was full of unique twists, tradition and all of their loved ones.
Emma and Nat embraced their local landscape and vendors, and got their family on board to create an intimate wedding, all captured on 35mm film.
Nature loving couple Kristina and Vanessa took Natalie N Photography hiking into the Sierra Nevada Mountain trails in California for a hiking inspired wedding shoot.