Elissa and Mark held their elegant nuptials at Flaxton Gardens on the Sunshine Coast. Their colour palette was gorgeous natural tones with pinks and peaches in dresses and bouquets (great work, by the way, Willow Bud). We just loved hanging with these two and their super-fun bridal party.
So what do you do when it’s rainy, foggy and pretty darn dismal the day before your big Marque Wedding? You head out and buy rad gumboots, of course! So Maleny Retreat is a beautiful location that is well regarded as the perfect ‘blank canvas’ for those creative types. Here is the view: More
Megan and Adam have a whole lot of style, a whole lot of love and a whole lot of fun. Join us as we re-live a truly inspiring wedding at Yandina Station with many of the Coast’s finest creative-wedding-types. More
Ok so how we met: We met when we were 14 years old at one of my nan and pops family BBQ’s. We started dating at 15. More
Tahlia and Thomas are such a delight. We met them earlier for their love shoot and it was AWEsome. Their big day was just divine, full of all the good parts of a marriage – love, laughter, fun and those times when you get to pause and sit in the moment together.
Time for a little background before we reach the nuptuals. Tahlia and Tom met when they were 16 at their youth group and were friends for a long time. Tom was head over heals from the start , but tahlia reveals: ” I wasn’t keen”. Don’t gasp yet; it’s all good. Once they got a little older (around 19) everything changed. Tahlia says, “he turned into a man and I fell for him, I think I always knew he was the one I just wasn’t ready to commit, now I’m probably more head over heals. Our proposal was perfect tom took me to my favourite place, cliffs overlooking the beach and rock pools at Sunshine Beach, he had a rug set out that said ‘Marry Me Tahlia’ and a picnic to share with my favourite food and wine. When I saw the rug I turned around and Tom was on one knee. It was absolutely perfect for me.”
Cheers to a blessed life, Tahlia and Tom! xxx
Decorators: First Class Functions
Hair by Lavina Melville.
Makeup by Make Up 4 Brides
Ceremony at St Andrews Church Sunshine Beach
Reception at River Deck Restaurant
Photography by Matt Rowe Photography
Katy and Nick choose to not only wed at their divine Ninderry property, they also got involved in a whole lot of DIY. Normally DIY carries the connotation of cute doilies and some haberdashery skills but this lush Sunshine Coast wedding required the skills of hammers, nails and some green thumbs. Nick built their ceremony platform over the dam (yes, BUILT it! – I know, right!?). Together they decorated the property to include flashes of red (Katy’s favourite colour) and also grew their succulents that would be later crafted into some pretty awe-inspiring bouquets.
Let’s get into this fabulous Ninderry Wedding… on your marks:
Photography: Matt Rowe Photography
Celebrant: Libby Urbahn
Makeup: Photo Finish Make Up
Hold on to your tail feathers folks; we’re in for a fabulous wedding!
So how did these two meet? Well a lovely high school friend of Jasmyn’s introduced these two love birds one night after Church. It was Matt who spotted Jasmyn first and pursued an introduction. Their first meeting did occur when Jasmyn was in her pjs, obviously ready for a relaxing night when the dashing Matt knocked at her door. Her father had always said,” Jasmyn, you need to get out and meet guys. Your husband is not going to just land on your front door step.” As we can see that fate intervened and Matt did just that!
If it is not getting obvious that there is just too much goodness in this relationship this should be the clincher! Matt wrote on heck of a letter to his beautiful bride before the nuptials began. I have no idea what it said, but there were glassy eyes everywhere.
We just loved spending the day with these two: ready for anything and happy to play around as well.
What a treat. You two deserve the best! What a super bridal party you have to join you on your journey together.
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The girls’ beautiful makeup was done by: Kandi Make Up Artistry
Filed in Woombye Wedding Chapel Photography; wedding photographer Woombye; awesome wedding photos; super fun couple’ we just love this wedding!
Take us with you…seriously; we LOVE to travel and wherever our destination wedding photography takes us we will be there with fresh eyes.
Sally and Brendan planned one spectacular day down to the finest details and, despite a change in plans to accommodate the weather, everything ran smoothly. You will have met these two previously for their love shoot and would be acquainted with the fact that they really are a wonderful couple. Let’s see their day unfold:
Sally’s beautiful bridesmaids look stunning. I just loved that they all had unique jewellery.
Get set for some of our favourite Queensland Wedding images coming up. Brendan and Sally – you rocked it! Sally and Brendan, obviously you are meant to be and we are so pleased to have been part of your day. All the very best for your wonderful life together!
Venue: Queens Gardens, Townsville — Location photos: Jezzine Barracks — Breakwater — Reception venue: Michel’s Restaurant — Bride’s makeup: Sally did her own — Bridesmaids Makeup: Did their own as well! — Brides Gown: Angels Formal Wear, (Mooloolaba) — Bridal Headpiece: Aleksandrovna Bridal Fascinators & Headpieces, (Buderim) — Groom’s attire: Stuart Suits Brisbane — Rings: Tiffany & Co — Flowers: Love Lane Designs — Minister: Matthew Bolte — Decorator: Amanda – Love Lane Designs
Planning a destination wedding? Excellent – let’s talk! We love our local haunts and are welcome in some very unique and exclusive locations and estates, yet when we travel we take photos and often receive comments like, wow, no one has ever taken that perspective before, or I would never have thought of that.