Joseph and Raif's farm wedding radiates love and an imaginative style that completely sets this one apart from anything else we've seen. It was a wedding where sharing their love for one another with their friends and family was paramount. "It really was a day more about them than us," Joseph and Raif tell us.
Robert and Nick’s wedding at The Plaza Hotel majestically highlights the love these two gentlemen share. It is love bursting with energy and wholeness that is evident in the wedding day they created, a wedding that is a genuine reflection of their authentic selves.
It was a mystical summers day when Joel and Rick celebrated their marriage at Red Hill's Montalto Vineyard with a foggy summer mist descending over the vines, adding to the ambience of this intimate and joyous celebration.
Destined to be together from the beginning, Peter and Dilhan's love story actually began numerous years before they officially started dating. Fast forward a few years and these two celebrated their 'I do' in a picturesque wedding of their dreams.
It is a love story that was 20 years in the making, and finally after making their relationship official in 2015, Karen and Jane celebrated their love and made their life long commitment in September of 2018 at the stunning Wallalong House.
For Melbourne couple Zach and Julian, the natural Australian landscape was a major influence behind their wedding, and in particular the Margaret River region. They love the bush, beach and wineries hence this region was the choice for their February wedding.
“Marriage to us is a union between two people that love each other and want to spend the rest of their life together. It’s the ultimate commitment and promise.” Patrick and Brady’s Adelaide Hills wedding beams with not only the love they share for each other, but also the love they share for their family and friends.
Mr Theodore heads to Miami for the wedding of Chris and Chris. Their 'Palace' in the sky is how they described their exceptional wedding setting, with influences of the Miami lifestyle brought to life throughout.
With the words ‘Daddy, will you marry my other Daddy?’ printed on their daughters little jump suit, Michael proposed to Will with a picnic on their living room floor, they then married in a glorious Autumn ceremony in May of 2018.
"We wanted a wedding that felt like ‘us’, which meant a big focus on food and drinks, less traditional, an intimate setting and room for a lot of dancing." - Amanda & Emily's truly beautiful Canberra wedding captured by Kelly Tunney.