OUR FILMS

Matt & Elyse | Camden

We love a country wedding, especially in Camden. Only an hour from the city and you’re surrounded by farms and historic houses. Elyse arrived in style, led by a team of bikies, she walked down the aisle in her cowboy boots and the party continued at the reception under a teepee. Rustic bliss.

Music — Avalanche by Handsome & Gretyl
Ceremony & Reception — Camden Town Farm
Photographer — HoneyBear Pictures
Celebrant — Karen Taylor

Julie & Leslie | Sydney

Talk about proving your love. Leslie had to jump through a tonne of hoops to get to his bride in the morning. From pushups, to creating a human pyramid, to complicated math puzzles. Thankfully, he finally got to her and and now they can be “weird together”.

Music — From This Day by Tim Halperin
Ceremony & Reception — Curzon Hall
Photographer — Jennifer Lam Photography

Tom & Tahlia | Byron Bay

We’ll take any excuse to jump on a plane. Getting to film in Byron Bay is just icing on the cake. As a first timer there I fell in love. Beautiful beaches right next to luscious green landscapes and rustic old buildings. The perfect setting for a wedding film.

Music — Swelling Sea by Tow’rs
Ceremony & Reception — 
Byron Bay Golf Club
Photographer — 
Carly Tia Photography
Celebrant — 
Katrina Holt

Ben & Tanya | Sydney

Ben & Tanya down by the water. Contagious happiness. Vibrant atmosphere. Family & friends. All that you need for a classic wedding video.

Music — Believe by Secret Nation
Ceremony & Reception — 
The Deckhouse
Photographer — 
Dan Luke
Celebrant — 
Rev Matt Stedman

Emily & Tom | Central Coast

This one made for some beautiful shots. The sun was coming down behind the mountains right as Emily & Tom were saying their vows. It was an absolutely picturesque setting only made better by the infectious laughter of the bridal party. Plus, these people knew how to tear up a dance floor.

Music — The Adventure by Angels & Airwaves
Ceremony & Reception — 
The Retreat at Wiseman’s Ferry
Photographer — 
Daniel Parnis
Celebrant — 
Oliver Thompson