Describing their wedding as “casual, Springtime, a little windy, a culmination and celebration of our journey with our favourite people and cultures coming together” is all you need to know about the stunning rooftop day of Christine and Susan. Captured by Clarisse Photography, this was a day that embodied the best of waterside Melbourne, classic
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Need a little glamour to kickstart your Wednesday? Today let us introduce you to Esther and David. With a bow tie and a stunning couture gown in tow, these two blended their Jewish and Indian heritage and came up with a wedding day that was not only truly theirs but also packed full of fun.
Melissa & Phil“It was us, we did it our way,” says Melissa, and this should be the motto of all weddings ever! Melissa and Phil created the perfect wedding for themselves, their family and their friends. Filled with surprises for young and old, as well as fairy floss, face painting, a Prosecco wall, a tarot
Bec & Andy“We wanted the best of both worlds, so a traditional church ceremony then a relaxed/ romantic country boho style reception.” When it comes to getting married in the country, today’s wedding has to tick all the boxes. Two incredible gowns (designed by the bride with the help of D’italia) and an incredible location
Christina and Ambrose.When it comes to the wedding of Christina & Ambrose, we could rave about any number of things. The bride’s reception gown made by her sister, the open-air reception, the epic grazing tables. But that isn’t what we indeed fell for with these two – it was their vision, their mission for the
Soranya & FrancescoWe all know that ice cream is a love language for but Soranya & Francesco, it turns out their favourite ice cream store – Messina, was not just the place of falling in love with milk chocolate & choc peanut fudge, but also with each other! Their ice cream riddled love story culminating
Kate & Julian“Our theme was an elegant rooftop garden party. We wanted it to look effortless and not overdone. And with just a hint of that old school 1920s art deco charm.”We really could not have picked a more cityfied wedding today than the epic rooftop celebration of Kate and Julian. With the Melbourne city
MJ & TeganIf a wedding could be a unicorn, then Tegan & MJ’s holographic festival wedding would be it. It’s filled with utter colour, utter fun, and stunning holographic, iridescent detail. There are food trucks and fairy floss, first looks and flower-filled cars. It’s everything you dream a festival wedding to be and we’re so
Kirstyn & NicholasRelaxed and overflowing with fun, Kirstyn and Nick’s wedding day in Brunswick is bursting with joy! From the Alice McCall jumpsuit the bride wears to the heartfelt moments, through to the epic dancefloor, this gorgeous day is one to remember! All captured by photographer Briars Atlas.The bride and groom met at university, but
Alex & JesseWe talk a lot about doing things your way, and for Alex and Jesse, their wedding, or rather, elopement, was about celebrating each other quietly and beautifully. The pair centring their day around the vibe of “Chill AF with a hint of low key romance.” There was no processional, no grand reception, no
Beth & AnthonyIt was Anthony who knew he’d found something special when he met Beth. “We actually met in high school, which seems like a lifetime ago now. Anthony kept asking me out and finally during our first year of university I agreed to a first date.” But it didn’t take Beth long to cotton
Emma & AndrewUrban and rustic, fun and relaxed, Emma and Andrew’s Melbourne wedding combined everything they love to make a day that truly represented them. Two Front Teeth captured the day which featured bundles of native flowers hanging from the ceiling, an epic dessert table and a most fortuitous yellow VW.Bride and groom met and
Carmen & AlexToday’s gorgeous couple were super lucky to squeeze their dream wedding in just before the COVID-19 lockdowns in Australia. Carmen and Alex tied the knot in a gorgeous city ceremony at Melbourne’s Half Acre, surrounded by friends and family. Their wedding was packed with personality, as well as old and new traditions (including
Amelia & DamienIt was technology that brought Amelia and Damien together – the pair both working at the Apple store in Doncaster when they first found their spark together. “As the story goes we both started to get more flirty as time went by and the rest is history!’” admits the bride.And the story did,
Kate & BanjoIf you’re sitting here today, thinking that all you really want, is a wedding without the fuss, a wedding where you can pad from your living room to your vows with no cars, where you can look out over the very same place you said “I do” every day over your morning coffee.