Emma, who is one stylish designer herself, had put so much thought into all of the details, including sourcing suppliers from Etsy and working closely with them to make personalised everything! Every time I looked around I spotted another amazing detail to photograph.
I loved what made the wedding uniquely Australian: the venue was set on a old homestead and surrounded by beautiful old gumtrees. Emma and Ben’s choice of mixing Australian wildflowers into their decorations matched seamlessly with their surroundings.
Emma and Ben were such fun to work with, and nothing was ever a problem. I was extremely flattered at the effort they went to include us. Ben fondly recalled the story of how he realised our table was missing a ‘crepe poof’ at one of the settings. He worked frantically to make another on the very day he was walking down the aisle just to make sure that we didn’t miss out! Doing this may have also given him further appreciation of how difficult they were to make, and the time Emma had put into all the little details!
I thought I’d post something that Emma wrote to Vanessa, my studio assistant, as I felt the very same way about working with Emma and Ben.
“Lizzy made us feel so unbelievable comfortable, our time with her didn’t make us feel like ‘photo time’ was a chore, it was more like chatting with a friend who was really good at taking pictures of us having a great time. Her interpretation of the feeling we were trying to achieve throughout the evening was spot on – we can’t wait to see her final product!”
This is just a small selection of the photos and the details from their wedding day….
Hope you liked the little animation at the end!
The suppliers who helped make their day include:
Wedding location: Emu Bottom – Slab Hut.
Ceremony Official: Melissa Jacob from ‘The Ceremony Store’
Shoes: Brides= Jimmy Choo, Groom= ‘vegan’ friendly shoes by CBC available from SoleDevotion
Makeup/hair: Ashlee Cousins email:email@example.com and Lisa Tehan of ‘Lisa Ann’ hairdressing
Flowers: Blooming Brides
Cars: Family friend – gift from Ben’s uncle
Wedding Rings: Ellissi Melbourne (bride) and Raymond Jewellers, Moonee Ponds (groom’s family jeweller)