Along with their 3 children, Amanda and Sonya eloped along the NSW coastline on a windy, overcast day. Despite the weather, it was perfect.
Surrounded by family and friends, with no obligatory invites, Bec and Carla shared a relaxed wedding in Camperdown Commons in Sydney.
We decided to have a small intimate wedding ceremony before arriving at our ‘engagement party’ – which, unknowing to our guests, was our wedding reception.
Working out how to find Grace’s ring size without her knowing was going to be a challenge, so Georgia went about it in a creative unique way.
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 falling in love, and booking The Green Cathedral before their New Years Day double proposal, Dee & Gibbo threw the DIY wedding of their dreams.
Keep a proposal a secret isn’t easy, but despite the close calls, this beachside proposal went perfectly – a complete surprise.
When plans were changed, Jewlz and Mel knew that a romantic elopement by the ocean with their two children was more perfect than they first thought.
They wanted a garden wedding, but the weather meant they had to move their ceremony indoors – it was still perfect.