These two brides created a boho feel by incorporating a muted color palette in their woodland outdoor wedding – complete with a triangle arbor.
After they both found themselves forming a friendship supporting one another through unhappy relationships, their chemistry became undeniable.
After Covid put a stop to Alex and Candice’s original wedding plans, they turned their focus into a personal and intimate shotgun wedding. They then headed into the canyons in Utah for this incredible landscape themed wedding shoot.
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.
Jo and Lydia liken their wedding day to their overall approach to life, which is nice and casual. Nonetheless, this took nothing away from their magical wedding at Margaret River.
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.
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.
Ashley and Mel had to postpone their first lot of wedding plans due to covid restrictions. Little did they know that this worked perfectly in their favour, and the perfect venue popped up to set their scene for a dark, moody and candlelit wedding.
Jordan and Olivia found the perfect venue at a garden estate, creating a floral wonderland backdrop for their wedding. Ring blessings and jumping brooms were two of the many traditions they wove into their day.
“Queerlove Utopia” was the theme for Karina and Lynette’s gut-wrenchingly authentic, beautiful and real AF wedding at Millwick, in downtown Los Angeles. This is exactly the kind of act of radical love and inclusion that we all need in our lives right now!