Tag: Getting Married In Australia
Whilst having a little mooch around Etsy (as you do) I was stopped in my tracks by the glittering gold sequin wedding arrow seen below….
On further investigation I found that the creator of this dazzling wedding aisle arrow has a whole host of shimmering sequin goodies in their Etsy shop appropriately named Sparkle Pony.
From metallic table cloths and chevron runners to glitzy sequin floor decals and cushions, if you love the thought of adding a little extra sparkle to your destination wedding then check out the sequin wedding ideas in Sparkle Pony’s Etsy shop.
Sarah & Perry ♥ Victoria, Australia
Photographer: Oli Sansom
When photographer Oli Sansom sends through a wedding submission, you know it’s going to be a stylish one! His talents behind the lens were teamed with a private venue in Australia that was famously designed and built in the 1960s by Melbourne architect Robin Boyd.
Tucked away in the bushland of Victoria, the Boyd Baker House certainly delivered a cool and quirky retro setting and Sarah and Perry lovingly emphasized the scene with just the right hints of vintage styling and down-to-earth natural touches.
Discovering and sharing a unique location such as the iconic Boyd Baker House can be what destination days are all about. Deciding to do things a little differently and giving your guests a one of a kind experience, combined with a wedding celebration, is as exciting and rewarding for the bride and groom as it is for the wedding guests.
So sit back and enjoy taking a sneaky peek at this distinctive destination day, as it is truly exceptional!
Sophie & Joel ♥ Victoria, Australia
Photographer: Sarah Christensen Photo
At first glance, you could easily mistake Sophie and Joel’s beach elopement as a stylish shoot! Not only did Sophie the bride look effortlessly chic (the ultimate style for a blissful beach elopement) whilst her hubby-to-be and little boy Bill were rocking some serious beach ceremony cool, but the oh-so-talented Sarah Christensen was also by their side to capture the emotion and the nature of this darling day.
Elopements are becoming increasingly popular and it seems that this growth is due to similar reasons that couples tend to have a wedding abroad; they’re looking to tie the knot without the fanfare of a traditional big white wedding at home, and most are hoping for something more intimate, a little different and a wedding that is more unique and personal to them as a couple.
Simple yet overflowing with everything that is important at a wedding: love, happiness, unity and personality, of course!
“Sophie and Joel’s elopement was simple but absolutely stunning. They escaped to a gorgeous little stone cottage in Cape Bridgewater, a tiny town on The Great Ocean Road, Victoria and posted letters to their family and friends on the morning of the wedding to say: Surprise! We’re married.”