Ellen and Dylan have a wonderful affection for each-other and share in some pretty diverse interests. This perfect-partnership created some very unique styling and a theme like no other. Take a gander and the finishes (created by our talented bride herself) and see if you can work out where we are headed. More
The lovely Ange and Dean are getting married very soon and Matt was blessed to spend the afternoon with them in a unique location with some iconic views and all the elements we love… awesome people, great light, sunsets, fluffy grass, laughter and a huge rock! More
So to start this love story, we must begin at the proposal: Jeremy surprised Chantel with a note when she woke up including day of pamper, hair, nails massage and then off on mini break to gold coast hinterlands. Brought out champers on the balcony and got down on one knee, lots of tears and hugs and followed up by a romantic dinner out at Mt Tamborine. More
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.
Kate and Steve have plans to wed offshore. In order to celebrate their love, however, they decided to have a beautiful engagement shoot right here on the Sunshine Coast. We are a little bit in love with the fun and beauty of this gorgeous couple and their naturally beautiful love shoot with Sunshine Coast Wedding Photographer Matt Rowe. More
Get ready for an amazing Autumn Wedding in Tambourine Mountain! There is so much goodness to witness with this truly beautiful wedding. Rachael and Mick – you rock our world!
Ceremony Venue: Cedar Creek Winery
Reception Venue: Boomerang Farm
Filed in: Rachael & Mick – Tambourine Mountain Wedding Photographer
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“We are after a relaxed event – no first dance or bridesmaids, with the ceremony at Sails while everyone has a champagne” = one super relaxed couple
Liz and Josh planned their Noosa Wedding from overseas to focus on the union in marriage, friends and family. As wedding photographers it was really lovely to have a little change of pace with a 5pm ceremony and a focus on the pure candid moments at Sails Restaurant in Noosa. A key element of candid wedding photography is being unobtrusive and unassuming yet in a highly observant way. Gee, could I make that sound any more complicated?! Our camera gear is top of the range Nikon and allows us to take sneaky photos without the “hello I’m a photographer in your face” flash that is sometimes seen. The product of being able to shoot in low light gives a really special grainy/ documentary feel and really adds to the photojournalistic approach required for candid wedding photography. Liz and Josh were such a happy, relaxed couple and their friends and family were an absolute joy to be around for such an important occasion. I just love that Liz wore a dress that suited her so well and looked beautifully semi-formal without the white wedding connotation. Everyone is unique with their plans and desires and that is just one element that keeps the flame alive for us.
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