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A postcard-worthy wedding shot by Matt from Evoke Images in the beautiful Minnamurra.
Entwining ourselves in nature for our latest shoot with White Magazine at Summerlees Cottage. Photography by Logan Cole, bouquet and wreath by The Sisters, makeup by Abbey Love and dress by Dolly-up Vintage.
Photography by Alma
Photography by John Benavente
When the best wedding vendors are given an area that’s a blank canvas to run wild with their creativity magic things might happen. When all the best wedding vendors do this in the same space, magic things DO happen!
This is exactly what when down at One Fine Day Wedding Fair at Sunstudios in Alexandria a few weekends ago.
Stylists, photographers, florists, planners, makeup artists, caterers, filmographers, dress designers, celebrants, musicians, jewellers, paper-makers and the list could go on! All gathered to show loved-up couples just what they do.
It was hard not to spend the whole weekend smiling seeing all the love and being able to chat with people interested in what we do as a creative business.
I can feel your heart beat like it’s my own.
I can hear your music from a million miles away.
Sometimes I wonder if you’re made from bones and skin,
or are you something for me to begin again, again.
This love, this love
I will build you a mountain, so you can see.
All the way across the universe,
to me…” -Julia StonePhotographed by the man who can do no wrong… John Benavente
“When I saw you I fell in Love… and you smiled because you knew”
These lovely words shaped the essence of James and Sharon’s wedding. From this quote came the beautifully crafted details of the special wedding day.
“On Sharon and James’ first date, they sat in a near empty restaurant, listening to an elderly man playing the piano. They got to talking, and without the other knowing, he mentioned to each of them that they would one day marry. It wasn’t until a few months later, when things were a little more serious, that they revealed to each other the elderly man’s predictions. Well it turns out he was right after all, as Sharon and James made official, what is obvious to anyone that has met them, that they are meant to be.”
This wedding was one of our absolute favourite to style and the space at Simmer on the Bay on The Rocks in Sydney was just a dream come true. Exposed brick and high rustic wooden beams played the perfect canvas for our vintage pieces and stunning floristry by The Sisters. Light flooded into the reception and bounced of the crystal table pieces and the smiles of all the guests.
Tucked away in the ravishing Southern Highlands, Montrose Berry Farm is a dream place for couples to say ‘I do’. The venue is brimming with sublime greenery, flowers and beautifully old tall trees. After draping fairy lights amidst the trees we couldn’t imagine a more perfect place for them, as dusk began to fall they seemed to twinkle like real fairies dancing between the leaves.
Touches of old world charm could be found all over Erica and Beau’s wedding, from Erica’s dress and hair to the vintage Chevys and bow-tied groomsmen. We reflected these lovely classic details in our wedding styling taking extra care with the details. We used sheets of vintage music paper flowing with songs about love and happiness and to Beau’s surprise, Erika had secretly learned a song on guitar and played it to him to finish the magical evening.
Styling: Us! eek!
Erica’s hair: Sterling Hairdressing Parlour & Barber Shop
Ceremony & reception venue: Montrose Berry Farm
Reception catering: Sassy Catering
Flowers: DIY, Yvonne Butler (Erica’s sister)
Cars: Chevys 4 U, Graeme – 0418-425-175
Photographer: Daniel Cheung