A garden wedding can be as simple and informal, or as elaborate and formal as your chosen setting will allow. You can host your garden wedding in a much loved family garden, a botanical garden, the garden of a venue, or even your own! You can decorate with bunting, lanterns, pompoms and fairy lights to create a magical setting.
Choosing a photographer is a very important decision, because once your big day is over you will want to relive the day when you look back through the images.
In celebration of our stunning redesigned website we invite photographers and newly-wed couples to submit your wedding images for the chance to WIN spectacular prizes!
We invite you to send us your wedding story as well as your best wedding photographs for possible inclusion within the next editions of The Bride's Diary® and online.
Inspired by the natural setting of their pretty outdoor venue, the couple opted for a vintage, hand-made wedding day look.
Hayley and Ismet wanted a rustic country wedding & Bendooley Estate was the ideal venue.
This Canberra couple gave a unique touch to their rustic wedding theme that perfectly complemented their country wedding venue.
From the venue and the wedding dress to the cake and flowers, everything about Sandra and Matt’s wedding was very romantic!
Be inspired for your wedding reception styling with these images of the actual reception styling that real couples created for their own special celebration.
"After all, there is something about a wedding gown that is prettier than any other gown in the world." said Douglas William Jerrold.
Need some inspiration for your wedding photography? Here is a wrap-up of our favourite backdrops from real weddings throughout Australia.
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