Katrina & Attila – beautiful, creative, artistic wedding photography

creative wedding photography We are oh-so-excited to share this artistic wedding, with two lovelies- Katrina and Attila! From Stunning florals to a celebrant in a ‘shrug’ we take a journey which highlights love and laughter (complete with fluffy grass and one beautiful sunset). Wow.

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Venue | Mantra Mooloolaba 

Makeup | Kate Ellen
Hair | Evalyn Parsons
Bride’s Gown | Carla Zampatti
Bridesmaides dresses | Diish
Groom’s attire | YD, Roger David
Groomsmen attire | YD, Roger David
Flowers | Ginger Lily & Rose
Celebrant | Jarrad Baylis
Transport | Hinter Coast Transport
Decorators | Sol Bar, Ginger Lily Rose
Cake | Rosanne Stone

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