Wedding Trend: Weddings Aussie (& NZ) style

Ok I know its not really a wedding “trend” per say but I have been really “diggin” the weddings that our Australians have been putting on. I mean everything about them is just effortlessly chill, original, fresh, elegant and dreamy. I don’t know what it is…maybe its just what happens when you are south of the equator…who knows?!…all I know is that I Love it!!

In my blog readings since last Friday, I’ve stumbled upon these wonderful Aussie and NZ weddings….with a token engagement session which is absolutely A.M.A.Z.I.N.G!!

Tina+Tim {Toowoomba Australia}

love love her dress and headpiece!!






impeccable photography by Darren of
CK Metro in Australia
Check out the Green Wedding Shoes blog for more details

Amy+Jeremy {Matilda Bay, Australia}




You need to check out the rest of the photos at photographer: Natasja Kremers blog
The shots of that Oscar De La Renta Gown are insane. Its like she’s floating on some frothy cloud.

Samara+ Nick Engagement photos {Toowoomba, Australia}


This is probably THE coolest E-session I have seen to-date…seriously….I want to “be” them….that’s how cool it is. Loving the train shots.
This is nod numero dos for photog Darren @ CKMetro…and for Toowoomba, Australia. I guess that place has got it going on down there =)

Yolandee+husband {Te Awanga area, New Zealand}

And we cant forget about our New Zealanders. They too know how to make us wedding photo fanatics go crazy. I just love the dreamy look of these photos….and the small church is just picturesque.



Thanks Style Me Pretty for sharing!!
For more details find more New Zeland gorgeousness here
From Yolandee, the beautiful Bride:
The most important decision of all is the venue! If you get this right, everything else will fall into place. Besides the fact that The Old Church is one of the most beautiful places we’ve found in all our travels, they also take care of so much more than just offering a beautiful setting. The service is excellent yet personal, the food is amazing, the atmosphere is romantic, rustic and warm with a huge range of possibilities there to suite any couple and occasion. I stayed in the villa next door to The Old Church the night before and got ready there on the day. This was the most beautiful place for photos. For the next day we booked this beautiful homestead called Cape Estate, a 1000 acre farm outside the coastal village of Te Awanga, a short drive from the Old Church. Our parents, the wedding party and our friends who came from San Francisco stayed here. It’s private and tranquil with the most breathtaking views. Our wedding was on a Friday and on the Saturday many of our guests come to the house for second get together. We played tennis and games with the kids, had a bbq and lounged about around the huge open fireplace all night whilst sampling the beautiful local wine. It was the perfect way to get our friends and family to meet each other and the best way to have your wedding celebrations.

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