Real Weddings

Rhiarne & Max – Vines Resort Winter Wedding 23/06/2017

Max and Rhiarne were married on an overcast Wintery day at the beautiful Vines Resort. Their celebrant, John Dendy, is someone I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside numerous times and it’s always great to work with familiar vendors!

Walked down the aisle by her beaming Father towards her excited groom, Rhiarne looked stunning. A very emotion filled ceremony with a reading from a loved one and lots of teary eyes in the crowd. The rain held off long enough for us to get the group and family portraits on the lawns nearby, and then we were off in a golf cart around the grounds for their bridal portraits. One of the spots we stopped were amongst the sleeping grape vines and which were quite a backdrop!

Such an in love and happy couple – I wish you all the very best with your little family, almost 1 year on from your special day <3

Known Vendors
Venue: Vines Resort
Celebrant: John Dendy
Dress Alterations: Alterations

Claire & Trent – Caversham House Wedding 15/04/2017

Claire and Trent’s Caversham House wedding was an absolutely stunning one! I begun my day at their home with the gents who had the footy on in the background. A nice and relaxed morning with some very chilled guys and Claire & Trent’s adorable little man, it went quickly!

I then made my way to the Crown Towers to spend some time with Claire, her bridal party and her family! Making my way to their room, I was amazed at the aesthetic of Crown Towers. Giant mirrored walls, chandeliers and marble EVERYWHERE, even the elevator had a mirrored ceiling! Such a beautiful venue! Upon entering their room, I was immediately amazed by Claire’s stunning wedding dress, draped over the lounge. The footy was also on in this room – easy to recognise a sporty family. We spent time as the ladies got ready, surrounded by Claire’s beaming and proud parents.

I left just ahead of them to make sure I arrived at their venue, Caversham House in the Swan Valley, with plenty of time to get some photos of Trent and their guests waiting for Claire’s arrival. And what an entrance it was! The ceremony was very simple but filled with love, and the congratulations showed a very close knit collection of friends and family.

Our bridal portraits were around the wonderful grounds of Caversham House, including the iconic fountain and staircase, lots of laughs and smiles, particular at their attempt to open the champagne! As the sun dropped below the horizon we made our way into their reception, also at Caversham. Such a stunning setup with flowers on each table and a pink ombre cake. After a break for a delicious meal, we finished up our night with speeches and then the bridal waltz! Of course the final photos of the night were of the iconic and classic Eagle Rock and the pants drop. It’s not a party until this song comes on!

Wishing you both all the most happiness together with your little family <3

Known Vendors
Preparation Venue – Crown Towers
Ceremony Venue – Caversham House
Limousine – So Cal Limos
Celebrant – Catherine Hought
Bakery – Just Cakes
Florist – Willetton Wedding Flowers
Wedding Dress – Raffinato Bridal
Tuxedo/Suits – Tony Barlow
DJ – Marc at Western Sounds
Jewelry – Facet Jewellers Belmont
Hair & Makeup – Dale James
2nd Photographer – Michael Goh

Camilla & Theo – 08/04/2017 – Federation Gardens Kalamunda Wedding

Camilla and Theo were married in the Federation Gardens in Kalamunda. A popular place for dog walkers were weren’t short on furry visitors! Their wedding was very laid back and relaxed, with their wedding vehicle being their Jeep! Most of their day was DIY with Theo being an extremely handy gentleman! He even built their furniture from crates for their backyard reception.

Backlit by the beautiful golden afternoon sun, Camilla walked up the aisle arm in arm with her proud Father as Theo beamed at his beautiful bride to be! In their personalised vows to each other Camilla said “I promise to always cook you dinner, as long as you always wash the dishes” which is a perfect motto for a relationship. Side by side, sharing the jobs with one another so that both get their hands dirty! Their witnesses were kept a secret until the moment they were required to sign the paperwork, so it was a beautiful surprise to find out that they were a part of Camilla and Theo’s beautiful wedding day!

After bridal portraits around the park, we drove a few blocks back to their home which was set up perfectly to host a casual backyard get together! As the sun set, and the lights lit up the area, Camilla and Theo danced their first dance as a married couple – and with that I left them to enjoy the rest of their evening!

Celebrant: Deborah Black