If the Groom is a singer at the Opera house, you know the entertainment at the wedding is going to be pretty special…and it definitely was at this Australian wedding. Following their first look in the streets of Melbourne, the couple got married in a stylish city venue surrounded by 75 friends and family, who were treated to champagne on arrival and serenaded by the gorgeous voices of fellow opera singers. The bride looked elegant in a lace detail Demetrios Bridal wedding dress, accompanied by her bridal party who wore white peplum dresses. While the groom donned a classic black and white tuxedo for the occasion changing later into a white dinner jacket. The monochrome feel was carried through the day with contemporary wedding signs and stationery mixed in with the botanical decor and industrial vibes!
Confetti cannons, concrete cakes, and the incredible fashion of two brides make this an inspiration shoot with a difference. Just wait until you see Cara’s polka dot black and white wedding dress teamed with a leather jacket and boots. It’s the perfect attire for an alternative or rock n roll bride. As is Jade’s bridal separates and trainer combo.
After taking a year to decide on their destination elopement, through their mutual love of travelling Brooke and Adam settled on the ever timeless Paris, the city of amour, which is quite fitting for these college sweethearts who met ten years ago. They choose the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel with its beautifully decorated rooms dripping in gold as their wedding venue, complimenting it with black flowers and small details. Both Brooke and Adam looked nothing but chic in their black-tie attire, giving all the captures by Claire Morris Photography an old Hollywood glamour feel, which is the perfect way to describe our bride and groom and their adorable Paris elopement.
If ever you needed proof that superwoman wears a wedding dress, this is it. Emily looks sensational in her lace Avalon dress and plain bridal cape, flanked by her bridesmaids in jumpsuits and leather jackets. Talk about bridal party goals. In fact, talk about wedding goals: Emily & Simon’s ceremony focused on equality, with the bride walking down the aisle alongside both her parents and the couple having a handfasting ceremony (instead of rings) conducted by their mums. We also love the industrial feel of Clapton Country Club, simply but beautifully decorated with winter flowers, foliage and festoon lights to create a winter wonderland with a hint of Christmas charm.