Real Weddings

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Max Kordyl Photography
With the news of same-sex marriage being legalised, this Western Australian couple got cracking on planning their waterfront classic wedding in less than six months.
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Not even the "super storm of the century" was going to dampen this couple's romantic rustic wedding. And their stormy vineyard shots are to die for!
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Darin Collison Photography
Samatha and Mitchell both come from "humble beginnings" where family matters most. They celebrated their love in a modern rustic wedding at The Farm with 56 guests.
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A generous offer saved the day for this Melbourne pair whose rustic romance wedding was in deep trouble three weeks out.
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Keeping things relaxed and easy, this Brisbane couple married at their elegant rustic wedding with 100 guests in beautiful parklands near the city centre.
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Mitchell J Carlin Wedding Photographer
This bride and groom had the perfect venue in mind for their rustic farm wedding - they were just lucky enough it existed in Queensland's Mudgeeraba in real life to host their April wedding with 110 guests.
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Some brides like to change into a reception dress after their ceremony, but this bride needed her pyjamas to dance the night away in at her elegant romantic wedding.
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Sydney
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Despite the summer heat threatening the ceremony space for Jamie and Matt, they made it through 34 degrees to marry in the chapel of their dreams at their romantic rustic wedding.
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Melbourne
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Bose Photography
Weddings go so fast, so why not extend it over two days? That is exactly what Cathleen and Herbert did for their romantic classic wedding, making sure there was plenty of time to celebrate both their cultures.
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Sydney
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Kenneth Lim Photographer
Jojo and Luis felt a lot of pressure to keep their wedding traditional, but the modern couple took plans into their own hands and celebrated a romantic city wedding designed by them.
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