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.
After meeting online, between lockdowns, they shared a simple, Melbourne city wedding after less than two years together – because when you know, you know.
Knowing that a gold wedding sequin gown, and native florals, would be the only appropriate attire and floral combination for their modern Melbourne wedding
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.
Their love tale was nothing short of love at first sight – but they weren’t able to come out right way because they feared losing friends and disappointing loved ones.
After a few false starts, thanks Covid, Laura and Romy had to switch their Melbourne wedding venue last minute to accommodate their modern urban affair.
The journey to marriage isn’t always a straight line. After an instant connection, Alexe and Courtney put their relationship on pause, rekindled their romance, went to therapy and now they’re married.
Christie and Rose have overcome a lot to be together. Rose identified as straight when she fell in love with Christie, coming out to her family, friends, and herself in the process.
They met playing roller derby and celebrated their love after seven years together in this super fun, rockabilly-esque wedding celebration.