Kate & NathanI love the gorgeous, modern feel to Kate and Nathan’s Canberra garden wedding. There is not much fuss, but boy, is there a lot of beauty. The couple chose James of All Grown Up Weddings to capture their day.Of how they met, Kate and Nathan tell. “We met through our younger brothers and bonded
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Sarah and DaveI met Dave on a blind date that was organised by my best friend Elise who at the time worked with Dave at the Australian Taxation Office. I was in no frame of mind to be thinking about a fabulous guy to meet and fall in love with. I’d had a string of
Jessica & ViktorI love so much about this whimsical country wedding. There are pretty details of course – the beautiful colours in the floral arrangements, the bright flower crown, the stunning venue. But what I love most of all is the cosy feeling of family, of friends, of everyone coming together to celebrate one very
Bec & AnthonyThere is a modern feel to Bec and Anthony’s wedding day. The couple chose the National Gallery of Australia and with its bold architecture and floor to ceiling glass windows, it was a modern setting for a very love filled day. The couple chose Anthea and Lyndon Film and Photography to capture their
Amy & BenAmy and Ben chose Autumn for their National Arboretum wedding, the peace and tones of the season added a special kind of beauty to the day – along with a special appearance by Amy and Ben’s daughter Avery who made herself the star of the show! They chose Emma Hampton Photography to capture
Jemima & DanI can’t tell you all the things I love about this dreamy flower filled wedding, because while Jemima’s flower crown is amazing, the photos beautiful and the setting gorgeouss it’s the stories that really make it. Jemima and Dan somehow have the luck that on every big occasion in their lives, it pours.
Ben and MorganThree weeks before our engagement party we came up with the crazy idea of getting married ASAP. We had dated for over seven years, had been engaged for only two months and thought why wait – let’s have a surprise wedding in place of our engagement party! With only three weeks to plan our
Jay and JustinDo you know what’s awesome? A kayak down the river to your wedding ceremony! Today’s rustic river wedding is a little Hawaiian inspired, a little homespun and very community embraced!Now for their story, which I love because it is every bit fate. “We met as small children living on Thursday Island in the
Scott and JollyWe met when Scott was coaching my hockey team, we became friends at first and then developed a secret crush on each other. We finally got our acts together on a club night out with the help of a little dutch courage while dancing to Danger zone by Kenny Loggins.As soon as we
Simon and TeganWeddings. Are. The. BEST.Simon and I had a blast creating our big day. From the moment we started talking about our impending nuptials, we both agreed that we wanted to keep it fairly low-key and do things our way, even if it meant straying from tradition. We decided to run with a vintage/rustic aesthetic
Jo and BenA trip to the country is always one of my favourite things to do, but when you couple it with a wedding? Well I think it might just make for the most splendid of weekends away! Jo and Ben chose Gundaroo for their country wedding, ironically because of the lower average rainfall. Rain
Sam & WillOne of our most requested venue searches is a garden to celebrate in under the star light, and I think Sam and Will found the most magical of them all. They married under beautiful trees, filled them with candlelight and fairy lights and danced the night away under them too.Sam tells their story.
Gemma & ScottNothing beats an at home wedding and today’s bride is the sixth generation, on the farm just outside of Yass. How special is that? Gemma and Scott’s wedding is the epitome of a garden wedding- filled with sunshine, romance and the beautiful backdrop of Mother Nature.The couple have known each other for a
Ishara and ByronWe both love travelling and dancing and this is what brought us together in friendship which grew into love. We had a country themed wedding with lots of handmade decor, design your own cupcakes, lemonade stands, scrabble table centrepieces, rustic watering cans with flowers in them, horses, hay, lace and burlap, fun dances
Mary & TimAustralian country weddings always have such an easy elegance to them. Mary’s simple beautiful lace wedding gown is accessorised with white blooms and the golden grasses provide the most beautiful backdrop for their celebrations.Mary tells their story. “We met on a Friday night, at after work drinks at Old Parliament House in Canberra.