Alana and Jordan have the whole world before them. Their difference fits into eachnother like two puzzle pieces. The hills stretch beyond the horizon, their love stretches even further. Melbourne Photographers capture the last rays of the sun like a spotlight on the couple, as Jordan kisses Alana.
“A picture is worth a thousand words”, so they say. Eda and Firat have couple of pictures, captured by lighthaus wedding, speaking volumes of their love for each other. They are surrounded by family and friends, happy for the couple, clapping their hands, whistling, dancing along with the music.
Their love is the ocean. Passionate, vast and deep. The Arbor is covered by flowers and adorned with a bell. Their loved ones sit, facing the ocean, witnessing the love of Hanady and Adrian. Theirs is a non-traditional Lebanese wedding, with the people closest to their heart sharing their special day.
Their love is blooming. Resplendent in floral lace, Melanie is his rose, his blossom. They are surrounded by flowers, tokens of their new beginning. Their day is shared with friends and family. Their love is overflowing. Laughter spills from their lips like champagne.
Their love was paraded in dance. Drums, loud music, flashing lights. Surrounded by family and friends. An Italian flag. A Turkish flag. Hung at the front of the house. Their cultures intertwined. They melded beautifully. Turkish and Italian traditions fused together. This was love. Their love.
A gentle breeze blew overhead and the willow trees whistled their congratulations. There are no right answers when it comes to love. Sometimes, you just go with the flow. That’s what Melissa did when she forgot to bring her written speech, but she gave one anyway, James by her side, encouraging her.
It was love at first sight. Dressed like a dove, she waited. Natasha smiled, she remembered all. Every smile, every kiss, every softly whispered word. Their eyes met as he came around the corner. Sparks flew. They brought colour into each other’s lives. They’re matching, both in ivory.
Sophie and Tom have gone through some dark times. But when life hits you, you hit back with love. Love wins. Celebrating with loved ones, even in the midst of a lockdown. Melbourne cheered with clear skies and spring blooms. The air filled with laughter and love.
The church is grand. But the wedding is monumental for Steph and John. Celebrating with their family and friends, the couple’s love brings a smile to their faces, lifts their spirits with joy. They swear on the Bible, to love and cherish each other, “til death do them apart”. Melbourne Videographers film their vows.