Rachel & David

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Kate & Tim

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Peri & Oscar

Newlyweds Peri & Oscar are proof that a cold wintery wedding can still be full of warmth, heart and soul.

Despite it being such a cold and windy day, everyone was warmed by the love that these two have for each other at this beautiful Barossa wedding.

Peri and Oscar maintained a worldwide long distance relationship for many years between New Zealand, Sweden, The Netherlands and Australia featuring as a base for their careers, love of travel and adventure.

The setting for their heartfelt celebrations was the unique stone barn and gardens of Dimchurch Vineyards at Ebenezer in the Northern Barossa region.  Peri has been a florist for some time and was always going to make sure her big day was beautifully presented and with the help of Fleur Social they pulled together a stunning backdrop for both the ceremony and reception.

With plenty of photo locations within a short drive from the venue, they set out with photographer Pete from What Pete Shot where they were faced with biting wind and rain. But, knowing that Winter gives amazing soft light that makes shooting a dream, Pete was unexpectedly blessed with 15 minutes of cracking light which of course he took full advantage of.  With Peri and Oscar’s genuine affection for each other, Pete was able to capture some shots that we think completely capture the essence of who they both are.

             

Photos  What Pete Shot Photography
Venue Dimchurch Vineyards
Stationery Daisy loves George
Dress  Caleche
Venue Florals  Fleur Social
Catering Handmade catering
Cakes  Homebaked Crumbs
Band  The White Keys
Ribbon  Silk and Willow
Makeup Kylie Vivian Makeup artist
Furniture  Modern party
Celebrant  Perfect Pair Ceremonies Victoria Blechynden

Claire & Glen

This Adelaide wedding is only 15 minutes away from the CBD but feels like it’s much, much further away…

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Ada & Leigh

After knowing each other since primary school, many years later Ada and Leigh said I-do in the Adelaide Hills.

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Julia & Lachlan

Cosy on up and enjoy this Adelaide Hills wedding that embraces warm Autumn vibes.
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Alina & Jack

This Adelaide city wedding is best described as tradition meets modern.

Newlyweds Alina and Jack first met at work as journalists covering a story at the Oval in 2012. Fast forward four years and Jack proposed with a ring and also with a memorable personal gift. ‘Jack had made an incredible photo book filled with pictures from throughout our relationship, and detailed all the reasons he wanted to spend the rest of our lives together. It’s such an amazing keepsake to have now, and took me by total surprise!’ said Alina.

Mixing tradition with modern, they chose to mix some elements up to really put their own spin on their day. ‘Instead of a cake, we decided to hire the delicious St Louis Ice-Cream cart which went down a treat on a warm spring day. We also got the guests involved by having a game where people had to guess whether the answer to a question was the bride or groom – for instance, who owns the most pairs of shoes? Some answers certainly took people by surprise, and a childhood friend was the last person standing and won a prize!’

Sharing a love of good food, wine and dancing, they locked in the perfect venue for a party and are very lucky to boast close family and friends in the beer and wine industry. ‘Jack’s brother Sam is an incredible winemaker at Alpha Box and Dice who created our wedding wine, while a close friend Nic Sandery owns his own brewery Molly Rose who made some special beers especially for us. These touches really made things feel so personal and unique.’

There were so many incredible moments but for them both it was their first dance that was the highlight of their day ‘We opted to do the dance as soon as we arrived at the reception. We had choreographed a fun mash-up which really set the tone and energy for the whole night. All our guests loved it and they couldn’t get on the dance floor fast enough, which was exactly what we wanted!’  There was some random cultural dancing too which thankfully didn’t result in any injuries….. ‘In tribute to his Dad’s Ukranian heritage, all of our guests enjoyed a shot of vodka after Jack’s parents gave their speech. The DJ spontaneously played some fun traditional music and before we knew it Jack’s Dad was doing a very impressive cossack’s dance!’

From the dress by Caleche to the stationery by Magnolia Press, this unmissable wedding is a real standout. Enjoy…..

 

Photos Luke Simon Photography

Venues Adelaide Botanic Gardens & Published Arthouse

Stationery Magnolia Press

Dress Caleche

Bridesmaid Dresses Shona Joy

Rings P A Edwards

Florals Sam Burnell Floral Design

Event Stylist/PropHire  Blueprint Events

Hair MJ by Mat Johnson

Make up Millie Herd

Celebrant Hazel Balales

Lighting Bulb Lighting

Dessert St Louis Ice-Cream

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Nat & Phil

High school sweethearts Nat and Phil made sure their wedding celebrations lasted for more than just one day…

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Emily & Justin

Laid back couple Emily & Justin kept their wedding plans relaxed and casual at One Paddock Currency Creek.

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Bianca & James

Bianca & James kept their Barossa wedding naturally simple but with spectacular results.

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Sarah & Jimmy

Relaxed and intimate was what Sarah and James wanted for their wedding in McLaren Vale.

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Kylie & Sam

Having both attended so many weddings of their friends and families, Kylie and Sam both knew what they wanted and what they didn’t want for their special day.

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