Jul 29, 2020
Tess and Sam had their Kangaroo Valley wedding in the beautiful rolling hills of the Southern Highlands, New South Wales. While the wedding venues Kangaroo Valley holds are plentiful, that this was held on Tess’s parents homestead made for a private setting and beautifully intimate and personal backdrop, with all hands on deck from their community putting their day together.
The most special moments in this gig are often less about the kiss/dance/standard stuff, and more about doing justice to the little bits of quirk on the day… family quirk, friend quirk, subtle things that mean a lot.
I bought along a 1980s 3d camera for the ride. See why I shoot film.
Tess’s close friend was assumed as not being able to make it to their wedding from overseas, so naturally, given that he was in fact making it there, he hid himself in a tractor trailer underneath a tarp, and then sprung out in front of Tess in a gloriously divine moment of reveal.
Enjoy their little story below.
Visit New South Wales: https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/kangaroo-valley
Dec 5, 2019
Modern bridal jumpsuits have made their presence felt at some incredible weddings over the last few years, so I picked out some favourites. If you’re considering a wedding jumpsuit, check out these stylish scallywags, and examples of the white wedding jumpsuit making a statement.
Being a little island far away from everything else, we tend to end up doing things out way, and wedding fashion and styling is no different. The wedding jumpsuit can be easier to move around in, less finnicky, and as a result, one often overlooked ingredient in keeping your wedding day fun, simple, and hassle free.
Which isn’t to say there’s any compromise in style when going the route of a wedding jumpsuit – check out these maestros to see just why – featuring bridal jumpsuit designers from Australia, all the way over to the UK’s Emilia Wickstead.