Grace Loves Lace
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.
At Zonzo Estate, these two humans who fell in love online, brought to life this modern feminine wedding day with an inclusive list of wedding vendors and gave back to LGBTQ+ charities.
A day that soaked up the natural beauty around The Ivy Lea Club, Bibiana and Nicole shared a romantic and meaningful wedding day dressed in a white lace gown and black wedding jumpsuit.
Rhianna & Stephanie acknowledged LGBTQ+ elders during their ceremony, and referenced a novel by Fredrick Backman that spoke of the simplicity of their love, its strong foundations, and their commitment to working together throughout their marriage.
They describe their boho style McLaren Vale Wedding as ‘imperfectly perfect’ – a day to truly celebrate their love with supportive family and friends.
After 18 months engaged, Caitlin and Nadia had plenty of time to plan their outdoor boho-inspired wedding day at Suzarosa, Sydney.
They were still in their teens when they met one another, but as soulmates, they’ve shared so many firsts together as they grow into adults. They share a proposal and their perfect wedding day.
When wedding plans kept changing, Elise and Jen decided that an intimate elopement on the beaches of Byron Bay would be the best thing for them.
With a handful of family and friends, Jess and Steph became wife and wife on top of a beautiful Canadian mountaintop.
These two lovers chose to have an intimate ceremony, just them and their wedding vendors, a week before the celebration with family and friends.