Jesse and Jessie - Wedding Photography
"welcome to the love club"
We capture stolen glances, lovers, friends and really good dance floors. Yes, we photograph weddings but its about so much more. Moments and people are our main focus and we love working with couples who enjoy the candid and in-between and who are up for an adventure.
Lets work together to tell your story. We love to meet over coffee, find out who you are and what made you choose each other, tell us your love story so we can capture it all.
Ah the guest list, how do you know who to invite and who doesn't make the cut? This handy little flow chart settles the debate once and for all.
I’ve rounded up the wedding planning apps, websites and resources no bride can live without. This list is designed to get you started towards a more organised big day some you will know others you may not!
A checklist of wedding preparation and things to remember. I found that so many blog were full of things that didn't really apply to this side of the world so I've left out all of the what i call "Americanisums" and made it a little more Antipodean.
A gorgeous twilight shoot by Olivia and thyme featuring gowns from One Day Bridal
Carefully curated and not a taffeta skirt in site Shed 10 was transformed into a Pinterest Wedding Dream scape for the less traditional bride.
We were lucky enough to have some serious foodie recommendations to Melbourne, included here is a list of highly recommended must vist’s as well as a few you likely havent hear of.
Emily Lauren is the Sydney based stylist, designer, and visionary gem bringing elegance and panache to romantic events all over with her luxury artisan stationery & invitation suites. She is reforming the cliché that ‘brides must love pink’ and weddings must mean ‘excessiveness on all fronts.’
Behind the scenes // We were lucky enough to spend the afternoon with Alice of Hayes bridal shooting her gorgeous collection. Here is a little peak behind the scenes!
A mood board of confusing flux between minimal and the embellished goth romanticism
How big is a wedding slice or a finger? Can cake be dessert? Why don’t I just make my own? Plus a nifty chart of cake sizes and the number they will serve. Winning