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Palm Beach Waterfront Wedding

It’s crazy to think that this gorgeous day was planned in just three short months, but let me tell you, loves: when you pair up a fabulous team of vendors with a bride and groom as awesome as these two, anything is possible.  Think a breathtaking waterfront ceremony meets hundreds of happy faces meets all kind of amazing moments captured by David Campbell Imagery.  See them all in the full gallery.

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From the Bride… Kenny and I have been together seven years, but marriage still wasn’t high on our radar… at least I thought it wasn’t, until Kenny proposed during a trip to Switzerland last year.

Due to family circumstances we decided to have our wedding as soon as possible and to keep it local.

Scrapping our original plan to get married in Italy, I started calling venues and luckily The Boathouse Palm Beach had an opening, on Valentine’s Day no less!

For two people who had never envisaged their wedding day we knew we had quite a feat in front of us throwing a wedding together in three months! So the theme pretty much chose itself – simple and elegant. One thing I knew I did want was a bouquet featuring roses as homage to my Grandma, which Wedding Flowers By Renee put together along with simple baby’s breath for my bridesmaids.

The day started early with Zada Hair in charge of hair and makeup, making the girls look even more beautiful than they already are. We had a short, simple ceremony with Jessie Cacchillo, styled by The Wedding PA and Waves & Weddings for 85 guests on the Northern Beaches.

Our wedding photographer friend couldn’t take the photos as he was in our wedding party, so he put us onto Dave from David Campbell Imagery who was a joy to work with and did a fantastic. He also has an amazingly fast turnaround time!

The Boathouse looked stunning when we got to the reception and far exceeded any expectations we had. I didn’t have a chance to eat much on the night but I am so glad I had a piece of our wedding cake created by Cakes Plus as its one of the most delicious things I have ever tasted. And it held of raining long enough for everyone to dance the night away!

So much love went into this wedding and we can’t thank our friends and family enough for all the help and time they gave in putting it together.

Photography: David Campbell Imagery | Videography: Hummingbird Wedding Films | Floral Design: Wedding Flowers By Renee | Cake: Cakes Plus | Ceremony Venue: Private Residence | Reception Venue: The Boat House Palm Beach | Hair & Makeup : Zada Hair | Marriage Celebrant: Jessie Cacchillo | Wedding Stylist : The Wedding PA And Waves & Weddings

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Romantic Summer Wedding at Gunners Barracks

With bright, spring days finally in our midsts, it only seemed fitting to bring this minty blue wedding to the pages of SMP. Both streamlined and stylish, it’s a lesson in the beauty of simplicity and thanks to Weddings By Morris we get to swoon Every. Last. Bit. Get started here.


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From the Bride… What a dreamy day we had! It was a sunny Friday afternoon on the beautiful Sydney Harbour in the stunning Mosman where we celebrated our wedding day with our closest family and friends. The theme was a very romantic styled wedding and with travel involved. Most guests flew in from overseas. Our save the dates were made as a luggage tag letter pressed in mint green, the invitations a passport, with a poem of our love story inside.

The theme colours were beautiful ivory’s, rich creams and blush pinks. The Bridesmaids were in a soft pastel mint, my favourite colour. Soft chignon styled hair for the bridesmaids while mine was soft and wavy. Stunning bouquets made up of Peonies and David Austin Roses. Finer details, Groom and Groomsmen had vintage cufflinks made up of maps from where they were born and one of Sydney to celebrate the occasion. Mint green belgium chocolate and peanut butter and cream salted caramel favours for our guests, handmade and put into boxes and hand tied with hand written name tags.

Photography: Weddings By Morris | Videographer: Ivan Stepanov | Floral Design: Deborah Leah | Wedding Cake: Planet Cake | Brides Shoes: Sachi | Bridesmaids Dresses: Forever New | Celebrant: Martin Moroney | Bonbonniere: Mak Mak | Brides Dress: Karen Willis Holmes | Invitation Concept & Design: Rich Robson | Invitation Printing & Letterpress: Retro Press | Makeup And Hair Styling: Make-up Mode | Save The Date Printing & Letterpress: The Collector's Room | Venue: Gunners Barracks | Venue Styling: Romeo's Chair | Wedding Cars: Roll Up In A Rolls

Sydney Wedding Film

I wish I knew these two sweeties.  Heck, I wish I knew the entire Paper Cranes Productions crew.  Because this is a group of talented people who really, really, really seem like the life of every party.  I’m talking a bride and groom who are too cute for words and a band of coworkers who captured every moment of their day in a same day edit film that will take your breath away. Do it now – press play.

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From Paper Cranes Productions… Oh man, what a day.

Ferry and Renny have known each other for quite some time now, and we’ve really seen both of them grow so much together.

I feel there’s something poetic and beautiful about being able to give back to one of your mentors, who’ve taught you so much about your craft.  Ferry has really helped spark my passion for filmmaking and has taught me so much about lighting, composition and anticipation.  It was such a privilege to be able to use everything I’ve learnt, to capture HIS wedding together with Dustin, Chris and Vedro alongside the awesome Pudi and Andrew with Cinematic Portraiture.  It’s always challenging filming a wedding of a wedding videographer AND photographer (haha), and Ferry is both! This time the entire Paper Cranes team all helped to bring what they had to the table, to film and photograph the day. We were all so busy we didn’t even use the Photobooth at the reception. How ironic!

There were so many teary and emotional moments making it a big challenge to film through our watery eyes. Must’ve been the pollen blowing in from the grass outside. No, really.  The morning prayer between Ferry and Renny, where Ferry led the prayer really set the mood for the day, and shows just how far he’s grown in the time I’ve known him. I loved being able to see him through the reflection, whilst filming Ren’s reaction.

It was Dustin’s idea to get Ferry to film his own bride, during our location shoot and it was such a cool way to break the fourth wall whilst showing both of Fer’s loves at once. Ren, and film.

Chris did an insanely good job on the edit, got through the pressure, the rush, editing in the car and using Premiere for the first time in an SDE. It’s always a pleasure working altogether and being able to see everyone’s effort onscreen within a few hours, Chris, you worked hard, you deserve a shoulder massage. From Dustin.

This is only the beginning for your married adventures together, Congratulations again Ferry + Ren, on behalf of the entire Paper Cranes Team, we love you and wish you all the best.

Fer, you’re right in front of me as I’m typing this. Haha.

Reception Venue: Athol Hall | Bridesmaids Dresses: Hellopupu | DJ: DJ Xcentrik | Brides Dress: Inezia Chrizita | Church Ceremony: Hillsong Chapel | Decor: The Cheong Sisters | Film And Photo: Paper Cranes Productions | Florist : Butterfly Philosophy | Men's Tailor: Instichu | Photo Booth: Strip Of A Lifetime | Wedding Car: Kombi Style