“Polka Dot Bride” Real Bride Feature

There is a lot to love about a wedding like Terri and Bryan’s Perth city farm wedding. the photos, of course, are stunning but then there is their approach to the day. The way that they planned their schedule to suit the feeling they wanted to create – something relaxed, informal and one giant party. They chose Emma Pointon Photography to capture their wedding day.

Terri tells the tale of how they came to be. “We originally met and dated in high school (high school sweethearts) but went our separate ways in our early twenties. We’ve always kept in touch with the same group of friends and knew what the other was up to, but it wasn’t until Bryan returned from Afghanistan in 2009 that we properly reconnected. From there we just knew.”


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Bride’s Hair by HAM creative

Photography by Emma Pointon

Dress from Through the White Door

Venue Perth City Farm



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The Proposal

Dan proposed to me on the day he found the ring. At the time we had a new puppy and we walked past a jewellers on the way home from puppy school. He pointed out some beautiful antique rings. When we got home, he rang the jeweller and asked them to size one of them, then picked it up that afternoon and called by my parent’s house to ask for their blessing. All without me having a clue. That evening he clipped the ring to the dog’s collar while we were at the beach. The ring went for a rather salty swim before we thought to remove it. Dan always finds the most efficient way to do a task, no matter what it is. He doesn’t believe in wasting time!

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Hair by HAM creative

Makeup by Emma at Milla Makeup

Photography by Through The Woods We Ran

Florals by Fox and Rabbit

Veil by Kezani

Dress by Adrianna Papell

Reception at The Terrace Hotel

“Hello May” Katie Grant Photography featured Styled Shoot

Captured by Katie Grant Photography, assisted by Connie Whitlock, this warm-hued ceremony was inspired by the natural coastline of Western Australia, setting the scene for this intimate wedding inspiration. Utilising a cosy, natural, rocky cove, the ceremony is tucked away from the windswept shores of WA, whilst wild florals by Katie Cooper Floral Design line the aisle and wooden benches offer seating to guests. The tablescape is rooted by blooms and brass chargers which draw from the palette of the
setting summer sun, with help from Heart Strings Hire + Style.


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Hair and Makeup by HAM creative

Photography by Katie Grant

Assisting Photographer Connie Whitlock

Dress by Gwendolynne

Florals by Katie Cooper Floral Design

Furniture by Heart Strings Hire + Style

Cake by De La Rose Cupcakes


“Hello May” Real Bride Feature

Celia and Alex set out to find a location for their special day, scouring the interweb day and night until they came across Core Cider House in Perth Hills. “We booked a visit, and knew as soon as we walked in that it was the place for us, with beautiful views in every direction. We stayed and had lunch and tried some cider, which sealed the deal”, says Celia, who admits that DIY isn’t her cuppa tea.


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