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Sonja and John met 3 years ago and on a romantic picnic on their farm John popped the question. Of course Sonja said yes! The pair chose not to see each other on the eve of their wedding and instead wait until the ceremony on their special day at a small church nearby the family […]

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Theresa and Michael’s wedding was a family affair with the couple making many of the arrangements for their special day. Michael proposed the traditional way with ring in hand and on bended knee.  High on a hill overlooking a familiar yet special place to them both, the family farm. After being together for 6 years […]

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Wedding Photography is in the detail. Wedding Photography is in the detail – You know all those tiny details from the Accessories to the Zakuska (that’s hors d’oeuvres in Russian!).  It’s important your photographer takes the time to record and photograph these minute details that make up your special day. From the makeup to the […]

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5 ideas for Handmade Wedding Signs Are you hoping to have a rustic boho style to your wedding? Need some inspiration? Here’s 5 ideas for Handmade Wedding Signs! In recent times rustic handmade wedding signs have become very popular along with the laser cut timber signs if you prefer a more modern look.  But if you are a bit […]

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On their Wedding day Neil & Sue had been together for exactly 3 years and said “I do” at their home, Peppercorn Cottage in York, Western Australia joined by family and friends. Neil’s favourite moment was laying eyes on Sue as she arrived for the ceremony and Sue was pleasantly surprised how good Neil looked in […]

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Emily and Levi met in Tom Price 10 years ago and after a 7 year engagement were married at the picturesque Laurance Wines in Margaret River on a beautiful Autumn day. Levi proposed to Emily atop Mount Nameless in the Pilbara getting down on one knee to pop the question and topped it all off with a […]

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