The heavens opened and holy water poured down, blessing Sandrine and Domenic on their wedding day. On paper, it looked like every couple’s worst nightmare – thunderstorms, dark clouds, and even a little hail. But within the walls of St.Mary’s Church and Sandringham Yacht Club, magic was brewing. As the storms rolled in, the joy…
There was laughter. There was rhythm, music, and the pounding of drums. But above all, there was love. As Steph pounced on Chris right in front of the priest, planting the biggest kiss on her new husband, there was love. As Chris melted into his beaming bride’s eyes as they met on the dance floor, there was love. And with the hundreds of kisses shared that special day, between lovers, between family, and between friends, there was so much love on Steph and Chris’ big day, and it was infectious.
Set at Baxter Barn, on the Mornington Peninsula, this stunning little site shone by day and sparkled by night, then was lit even brighter by the massive smiles of Mell + Tyler’s adoring friends and fam. A sweet and simple outdoor ceremony brought tears to everyone’s with heartfelt and funny personalised vows, before the kiwi crew moved indoors to show us how you completely rock a reception.
This movie had our entire studio in tears, and personifies the pendulum that swung between heartfelt laughter and heartfelt tears right throughout Lucy + Troy’s big day.
The unflappable fairy-tale wedding took place at Montsalvat Castle in Eltham and Bianca did not disappoint in her role as the princess, lighting up the room in a glittering Craig Braybrook dress. As she walked down the aisle, heads turned, smiles smiled, and Dan cried. It was a perfect moment, forever treasured by all.
“They say when you share something you love, the joy multiplies. I am so happy to give you both the gift of sharing your wedding day with everyone again. May the joy continue to multiply & may the memories only become sweeter.” – Stephanie Haddon (Maid of Honour & Sister to the Bride)
From the moment these soul mates stepped into our studio, we knew we were being invited to be a part of something special. Set in a timber barn/chapel by the lake in sunny Sault, Daylesford, we experienced their love and laughter in light and swept up in the scent of country lavender.
Tim + Dee aren’t your typical Gen-Y lovebirds. They’re traditional, they’re mature, and boy, are they stylish. Tim looked sharp as a tack and Dee was absolutely stunning.
For us, this day captured what a wedding is all about: escaping the rat race to sanctify a relationship. It was a road trip down the coast on a sparkly spring day to reconnect with nature and one another. It was a moment to reflect on what it’s all about: love.
This was a day filled with love, love and more love. It was an illustration of the deep love Sarah + Nick share with one another and their guests, and we hope that watching this film can evoke even one drop of that depth.