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When Life Gives you Lemons… Get Married!

Kat

Gasp Photo

August 25, 2020

We LOVE Megan and Phil's unique and stylish wedding theme. A mixture of yellow, blush and nude tones with citrus fruits used as decor, they created a really beautiful, yet totally 'them' summer celebration (plus Phil is a chef so incorporating ingredients into their table settings felt very fitting!) Having the bridal party all in white really let the decor touches shine too - sometimes (sometttimesss!) less really is more!
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Friends, Family, Tacos & Tequila: A Laid Back 70s Inspired Warehouse Wedding

Kat

Aileen Choi Photo

August 4, 2020

Bethany and Ryan's styled their summer 2019 wedding impeccably with 70s influences and a laid back vibe. They chose a warehouse space, The Ellis Building in Vancouver, as the venue, which they loved because it was a real blank canvas, didn't have too many fussy details but also didn't need much in the way of extra decorations - it was super cool on it's own. They really just wanted to have a big party with their friends and family, to eat tacos and drink tequila!
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Beer Garden Inspired Urban Warehouse Wedding

Sophie Cooke

Fullhearts.co

May 13, 2020

Brodie and Joel were living in inner-West Sydney when they first got together, so the area's hipster/ grunge/ alternative scene seemed like a good starting point for their October wedding day. “We’re not nature lovers, we prefer the city, and inner-West Sydney symbolises us and our relationship. We definitely didn’t want anything traditional, neither of us are religious. We just enjoy a cold bevy and a burger. Good music, people and cool place to hang out at,” said Brodie
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Hollywood Glamour Warehouse Wedding with a Grungy Twist

Rachel Webb

Jemima Richards

August 20, 2017

The format of Jess and Tim's wedding was pretty unusual, but it ended up really working for them. Due to some restrictions they were unaware of when they booked their date, they weren't able to have their ceremony on the day they'd planned for, so ended up having a small intimate ceremony in February, followed by their big reception in March. Luckily they loved doing it this way around, and now have two wedding anniversaries to celebrate (bonus!)
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Sparkly, DIY-Heavy Brixon Warehouse Wedding

Kat

Marianne Chua

December 6, 2015

Nat and Drew's Brixton wedding was pretty, sparkly, but most of all a celebration for them and their friends and family. "Our inspiration was us", the bride said. "We planned the kind of party we wanted to go to. We chose London because it’s where we have made our home together, but we wanted to put our hearts into it and it just sort of evolved that way. The day was for us, and if we were happy then everyone else would be too."
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