Nicolle Versteeg has officially made my day. My week even. And it’s all because of all the vintage sweetness sitting in this gallery. One look at the lovely will have you swooning over all the sweet details, the stunning light and the effortless yet elegant style this couple has down to a science. It’s picture perfect from the first image to the last, and it’s all sitting pretty right here.

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From the Bride… Luke and I met playing water polo at the 2004 University Games in Perth. We were apparently introduced by my best friend and maid of honour who had previously been on a water polo tour with Luke.

Living on opposite sides of the country made it difficult to have a relationship but somehow we managed to do it for a few years. After a while we decided it was time to try living in the same city and I finally made the decision to move over to Melbourne. Luke proposed in June 2012 at his family’s beach house while walking our dog Luna. It was a beautiful day with a lovely back drop. It was exciting calling all our family and friends to share the news.

Living in Melbourne and planning a wedding in Perth had its challenges but we were fortunate to have lovely and talented family and friends who played an important part in ensuring all went to plan. We had people come from all over Australia and also from Brazil which meant so much to us. It was an amazing day and so special to be surrounded by our closest friends and family.

Wedding Photography: Nicolle Versteeg | Ceremony Venue: Santa Maria College Chapel in Attadale, Western Australia, Australia | Reception Venue: Red Herring in East Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia | Floral Supply: Gemma from Balloons Plus Basket | Wedding Cake: Fiona from The Cake Studio | Favors: DIY by family | Wedding Dress: Hannii | Bride’s Veil: Custom | Rings: Sky with Diamonds | Bride’s Shoes: Aldo Shoes |Hair: Narelle Glossop from I Do Wedding Hair & Make-up  | Makeup: Marcia Harris from Brush Me Up