What can I say? This Blue Mountains Adventure Elopement was an absolute DREAM to plan and shoot from start to finish. We designed this shoot to showcase exactly what The Wild Pair does. We mix intimate moments with big adventures to create elopements like no other! If you want hike to the top of a mountain, say “I Do” overlooking a vast valley and finish the day off with a romantic sunset picnic for two then WE ARE YOUR GUYS!
An elopement at The Cove Jervis Bay is an elopement like no other. I’m talking beach side ceremony, portraits by the ocean with the sun setting, an intimate twilight picnic for your nearest and dearest and a dance floor for two by the an open camp fire. To top it all off, a glamping bridal suite awaits the newlyweds. Could you want anything more?!
So you’re finally engaged and you’re about to start planning your wedding! You’ve got several Pinterest boards already going and you’re feeling super confident. That’s how I was feeling about one month after my now husband popped the question. Planning… Read More »5 Things I Learnt While Planning My Wedding
Firstly, elopements are not always shotgun weddings held at the local court. When I talk about elopements I’m talking about a wedding that is an intimate and raw experience of love shared between two people and crafted to reflect their unique journey. These elopements may be witnessed by the bare minimum (2 other people) or they may be witnessed by a small group of loved ones. Regardless, what defines them as an elopement is their intimacy, their honesty and their intention to focus solely on the union of two people.
Secondly, saving money is not the only reason to elope! In fact, I’m going to share with you three reasons to elope that have nothing to do with money!
Booze is one of the big expense items involved in planning and hosting any Australian wedding. Besides wanting to serve up some decide beverage choices (i.e. avoid the goon sack, it’s not a good choice), you also have to cater for all of your friends, your family and your alcoholic uncle, and this, adds up to some serious cash.
So, I’m going to share with you 5 tips to help you save some coin when putting in your grog order.
You’re finally getting married. This is the moment you’ve been planning for and dreaming about for so long. You walk down the aisle, and the celebrant says some boring sh*t that means absolutely jack to you and your soon-to-be husband/wife, you say “I do”, kiss and it’s done. Well, that was anti-climatic right?
What a nightmare. You want a ceremony that strikes emotion, explores the journey you and your partner have been on and provokes one hell of a celebration afterwards! Not something pulled from the script of every wedding that ever was!
So, I’m going to share with you a few ideas on how you can improve your wedding ceremony to avoid this nightmare becoming reality.
The guest book serves as an important record of your wedding; something that you can look back on in 50 years time and think, “Oh yeah, they were there too! Remember how they rocked the d-floor?!”. However, there’s nothing more boring than looking back through your guest book and finding the classic “Wishing you all the best, love Aunty Marg”.
So what’s the alternative? Well, if you haven’t already, have a quick search on Pinterest and you will find everything from signing mirrors to date jars to signed Jenga pieces! Today I’m going to share with you my guest book, how I made it and why I loved it so much.
As well as all the excitement that comes with planning your dream wedding, wedding planning can also be full of misplaced quotes, budgets that won’t add up and version 4, 5 and 6 of your guest list (which your grandmother still isn’t happy with!). So how the heck do you get organised in the middle of all of this? Get your note pad out, because I’m here to share my top tips for staying organised in the lead up to your big day!
Let’s face it, besides seeing you and your significant other tie the knot, all your wedding guests really care about is the food, the booze and the tunes. I’m going to focus on the food, because hey, that’s my favourite part! Everyone knows that canapes are a great idea, and a smorgasbord board banquet is epic, but have you considered adding in a late night snack to your wedding menu?