If this stop motion film by Bayly & Moore doesn’t amaze you, make you smile and giggle, and fill you with joy then you need to get your eyes checked. Beyond the wonderfully crafted film, this Melbourne wedding is full of so many creative and magical details. You may just want to watch this several times so you don’t miss a single one!
From Bayly & Moore…Marina & Andy’s wedding was incredible and original and completely the couples personalities. Who would have thought a molecular biologist would have so much creativity! They had so many elements to their day but it never felt over the top or contrived, we just loved photographing every minute of it! Marina and Andy were so relaxed on the day and just seemed to be able to embrace the day and the people. The bridal party were a lovely bunch of people, very genuine, caring and fun. They hired that gorgeous loft apartment in the city for the girls to get ready in and also for their after party. We did their first look in a lane way near the apartment in the city then they had their ceremony at the Russian House in Fitzroy then everyone walked a few blocks to the Fitzroy Town Hall for the reception. Marina bought a lot of things from Etsy like the bridesmaids outfits, her dress was made by Kristie Coakley from House of Snowball, which I adored!!
Simon and I are from New Zealand but traveled to Melbourne for their wedding. Not long after their wedding Marina and Andy moved to New York. We happened to be going there at the same time to shoot a wedding in Rhode Island and had a week in New York for a shoot so we thought it would be such a nice way to finish off the Stop Motion vid to have a ‘happily ever after’ scene in NY so we caught up with Marina and Andy, had coffee at Stumptown, ate some tacos near the Flatiron building, took some photos around the city and in Brooklyn then ate Korean in Times Square, a super fun shoot!