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A pastel Palm Springs x retro Australiana wedding editorial for the mid-century modern vintage lovers.
A golden, shimmering 70s elopement wedding at the beautiful Tanglewood Estate on the Mornington Peninsula. Lauren-Anne and Mark’s day was full of beauty, love, joy and delightful styling.
Marrying at the iconic Sun Theatre in Melbourne’s inner west, and choosing a creative, colourful floral or floral filled wedding, Linda + Peta’s celebration is beautiful, sentimental and just plain ace.
Tara +Adem got married is grand, amazing style at Melbourne’s iconic town hall. Not ones to do things by halves, the wedding was a fun, active event with activities including a pinata forest, epic craft + lolly table, Instax cameras, old school photo booth, coffee cart, and a 12 piece band!
A wedding that feels like a rave is not an easy thing to pull off without alienating lots of your guests. But Brooke + Dougal transformed a Footscray warehouse into a rave wedding and it was glorious for young and old.
If rainbows, balloons, pom poms, cat napkin rings and a 1960s vintage vibe are your jam, then please take a look at Stacey and Ben’s Melbourne wedding, featured on Rock n Roll Bride.
Sarah + Brett’s vintage industrial x Australiana wedding at The Line in Footscray. Come for the lush velvet furniture, stay for the amazing wattle aerial installation.
Comedian Em Rusciano wanted an 80s 40th birthday party – vibes of Dynasty and vintage Italian couture – so we created an opulent, super fun party for her, transforming her deck into a #DynastyEleganza party
Taking place on groom Jon’s family property in the Dandenongs, Jill + Jon’s Secret Garden inspired wedding made the most of the heritage listed trees and beautiful English gardens. Touches of Japan gave it a ‘Jill + Jon’ spin. It’s so beautiful!
Amy + Shaune’s glam rockabilly Melbourne wedding is a feast for your eyeballs. Transforming a blank canvas warehouse into a glamorous vintage paradise, this was one excellent shindig.
DIY legends Kate + Jace put together a really special wedding – doing almost everything themselves. Set in beautiful farm land, with the reception in a wool shed, they used Scandi lines, royal feasts and still life paintings as inspiration.
Transforming their inner city backyard, Good Day Rentals’ founders Kate + Dave, create a mix of Middle Eastern + Mid-Century feels for Kate’s birthday party
Teegan + Mahatia’s Melbourne wedding was one of the first same sex marriages held in Australia – at the first legal moment possible. A joyous, colourful, deeply moving wedding, these two wonderful women finally got the right to marry, and marry they did!
Bugger the haters who say first birthday parties are silly and unnecessary – keeping your wee child alive a full year is a great reason to celebrate. Read about Remy’s rainbow first birthday
The culmination of all the hard work and toil was The Altar Electric holding a wonderful styled shoot to showcase the space and their business in several different ways. It’s the most fun your eyes can have on the internet without needing to open an incognito tab.
How we came to the final design for The Altar Electric’s new chapel, some fun before, after and concept images to see the whole process and how we installed the design.
How to design a Vegas style wedding chapel in Melbourne – The Altar Electric’s new HQ
Abbey + Kacper’s country glam vintage extravaganza at Little Church in Spring Hill
When a group of our very favourite wedding vendors decided they wanted to give a wedding away to a colourful, interesting, non-traditional couple, we jumped on board because who doesn’t want to be part of such fun? Frank + Scout – two non-binary folks (pro-nouns them/they) – are a pair of ace rad legends with a love for rad floral shirts and all things outrageous and over the top, so they were a perfect fit for the wedding vendors who wanted to throw them a wedding!