From the photographer:
Sometimes there is no need for a wedding with 200 guests and a reception with lavish tables. Removing the hustle and bustle, breaking down a wedding to its core, and focusing on the couple brings meaning to the statement, “less is more.”

Lush velvet walls, a wrought iron staircase, and the quaintest little chapel, set the stage perfectly for this styled boutique elopement. A gown with a simple silhouette allowed for statement pieces like her floral duster earrings, and Juliette cap veil adorned with vintage crystals, to stand out. This look paired perfectly with the non-traditional, burgundy suit on the groom. Small, delicate greenery and floral arrangements were used to compliment the couple, without overpowering them. In the chapel, a soft touch of candle light highlighted the wonderful intimacy of the day. Minimal, yet gorgeous, inspiration for any elopement!

Photography Joel & Justyna | Stylist and Hair Kirsty MacDonald | Floral Design Pollennation | Dress Essence Australia from Sinders Bridal House | Makeup Klava Zykova | Venue Chateau Valmont | Food Cellar 82 | Veil Ornaigh  | Suit L’Hexagon Menswear | Paper Wishtree | Calligraphy Chalked by Mabz | Models Quinn + Brendan



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