Posts Tagged ‘Wedding Gown’

My husband enjoys photography and told me that he wanted to take photos of the sunset at Eagle Bay beach. We had a picnic on the beach and he set up his tripod and camera ready for the sunset. When the sun began to set he told me to go→ Read more
I had never really thought much about my wedding day and in fact would have been happy to go to the Registry and out for a nice meal (or skip marriage all together!) - it was actually Tim that wanted a ‘proper’ wedding! I’d visited the Childrens’ Farm since childhood→ Read more
The couple met at a mutual friend’s bonfire party in 2013 and wed at Belgenny Farm in NSW. The two wanted the theme for their special day to be romantic and rustic Wedding with that country chic kind of vibe. Cassie’s relationship advice? “Never go to bed angry with one→ Read more
having starting the day with various April fool’s jokes designed to trick (and simultaneously terrify) me. After a full morning of tricks and jokes (some involving fake spiders), he went to the cupboard to make me breakfast, and when he turned around from the cupboard, he got down on one→ Read more
How did he propose? We organised a holiday to Kingscliff in Northern NSW at Santai Retreat. On the first night, we went out for dinner and when we got back to our room there was candles and petals everywhere. Todd got down on one knee and asked me to marry→ Read more
The two met during their Christmas holidays on the beach in Mornington Peninsula through mutual friends. During a romantic weekend away, Andrew proposed at one of their favourite places – Teddy’s Lookout at Lorne. The couple celebrated with their loved one at Stones of the Yarra Valley, with their hearts→ Read more
The couple who initially met through a mutual friend wed at the ever-romantic Oatlands House in NSW. The two wanted a simple yet elegantly styled garden wedding and couldn’t think of anything more perfect but to say their vows outdoors under the Chateau in the garden.→ Read more
We wanted the day to have a mixture of classic and formal elements, but a relaxed and warm feel with neutral tones and elements of nature. We’re both animals lovers and I am a vet so it was really important for our dog Mia to be part of the ceremony.→ Read more
The two met in a night club that was actually on a boat as they were on a Christmas cruise around the South Pacific at the time, taking Clint nine out of the ten days before he worked up the courage to speak to Jeena. Years later he proposed in→ Read more
I loved my Elegantly Timeless Wedding says Anjie. My advice to future brides is to try and not worry so much about the finer details during the year of planning for it simply won’t matter as much on the day. Embrace and enjoy it all while, and as much as,→ Read more
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