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It’s a destination wedding y’all! We’re off to Sydney tomorrow for the wedding-on-a-farm nuptials of Alicia and Angus! So much excitement right now!

Enjoy the next couple of days and stay tuned for some really gorgeous wedding posts later tonight and tomorrow.



Here’s a lovely little snapshot of a wedding we shot down on the Mornington Peninsular one gorgeous day last December. When we first met up with Ed that morning, he started to complain about the weather. Sarah and I stopped in our tracks. For us, it was the best possible weather you could ask for to photograph in; no wind, soft light. When we told him he was a little crazy, he looked a bit glum before telling us that the lack of wind had made for a poor surf that morning! We will be posting the full story in the next week or two, but why not share a little of the love right now? After all, Sarah and I are celebrating Valentine’s Day all week long!

Love Katie + Sarah xo


  • Emily Heizer Photography - SOOO incredibly fun and funny! I love the shot of the bride cracking up laughing! So cute! Also, I am LOVING the girl in the orange dress! She’s super pretty and I LOVE her dress! WOW!ReplyCancel

Here are three of my favourite photos from yesterday’s glorious wedding of Aimee + Luke. Stay tuned for more!

Love Katie xo


  • Indra King - Do you ladies know where that gown is from? So stunning! I am in love!ReplyCancel

  • Aimee Salkowski - Hi there,

    I purchased the fabric at d’italia on Glenferrie Rd Malvern, then had the dress made by Andrea Gorrie at the Kings Arcade on High Street Armadale.

    Thanks for the amaaaazing photos Katie and Sarah!!!! I couldn’t be happier.

    Aimee xxReplyCancel

It’s here, it’s here, it’s here!!!¬†Our ‘perfect day in Sorrento’ wedding!

You might recall Tatiana and Jamie’s love shoot we did a year or so ago with their pet daschunds Bear and Maple? Well a year on, here is their gorgeous wedding (daschunds feature again – score!).

As I’m typing this I am madly craving fish and chips because that’s what these photos SCREAM to me. (I wonder if seafood sales peak this week now that we’ve put these images on the internet?). It’s especially fitting that these guys got married on the beach because they met on the Gold Coast as uni students when Jamie illegally let Tatiana into the computer rooms after-hours – now if that isn’t an advertisement for love at first site then I don’t know what is!

Jamie is from Canada and Tatiana from Melbourne, so the wedding was small and simple, made up of Tatiana’s family, Jamie’s family who all flew in from Canada, and a few mutual friends. It’s always such a treat to be part of such an intimate ceremony and reception, and the Beach House at Sorrento was a beyond perfect venue. Who knew you could do so much with just a boat house, a pier and a beach? We were so spoiled with the stunning location…but what we loved the most was that by the end of the night we had met and bonded with practically the entire room – which we knew because all the guests were comfortable enough to ask for camera lessons haha.

Man, was this a good day at the office…

Love Katie & Sarah xo