When it comes to romantic inspiration, no one does it quite like Australia. Maybe that’s because you’re sort of masters at beautiful weddings… or because you happen to have some of the prettiest backdrops we have ever laid our eyes upon. My guess? It’s a sweet combo of all of the above. See just what I mean (thank you Pearl and Petal and Origami Creatives) right here. It’s awesome.
And a gorgeous film from Le Motion Wedding Films? Yes, please.
From Pearl and Petal… On a lovely, balmy spring day, we all arrived at Mali Brea Farm in the Southern Highlands to be greeted by the most stunning wedding venue we have encountered in a long while! The farm backdrop perfectly supported and enhanced our vision of a soft, natural country wedding where fabric and flowers meet.
The inspiration behind the shoot was to create the feel of spring to highlight the joy of a young, new marriage. I chose the apricots and pinks as a symbol of the new blooms of spring. The feathers and birds’ nests help to highlight the joy and softness of the season of new life and renewal.
Laughter, the sounds of birds and the contented grunts of ‘Peanut’ the dog all set the scene on the day. This shoot is filled with playfulness and light, and perfectly portrays the joy we all felt working together on this beautiful spring day.
Photography: Origami Creatives | Cinematography: Le Motion Wedding Films | Makeup Artist: Nicole McCann Make up and Hair | Hair Stylist: Jade Lee Hair & Makeup | Venue: Mali Brae Farm | Venue: Mali Brae Farm | Gowns: The Barefaced Bride | Hair Accessories: Three Sunbeams | Models: Nicole Nesbitt-Allan | Models: Gary Freitas | Stationery and Invitation: Peppermint Press | Styling & Floristry: Pearl and Petal | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother