After two proposals, one a romantic at-home date, another on the beach, Georgia and Caitlin are intentionally planning a wedding where they connect with every vendor.
With outfit change between ceremony and reception, Clare and Libby’s feminine wedding at Camp David Farm, Macedon, was a celebration of their love, and the support of their biological and chosen family.
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.
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.
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.
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.
They both fell in love with embroidered dresses online, and walked in them down the aisle in a personal relaxed wedding in Victoria’s Yarra Valley.
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.