If you know me at all, you’ll know that I’m passionate about family. And capturing moments of family togetherness feeds right into this need that I have to be doing something that honours what I feel is one of the most important and fundamental of society’s building blocks. Family is everything! And I fully believe that family photography can be, especially to a developing child, helpful in them seeing themselves…
Posts Tagged ‘Mornington peninsula’
One of the things that I love about living and working on the Peninsula, is that I get to meet some incredibly talented creatives that all share a love of where we live. In the off-season, there’s a window of opportunity for some of us in the wedding industry to find the time to spread our wings creatively and do something a little different. Joining forces to do that with…
From the moment you drive up the tree lined driveway of Villa Floretti, you know that you’re being transported. I seriously could have been somewhere in Europe last weekend for their bouquet making workshop held by the uber-talented and all-round lovely gal Lauren from Poppy Culture, Mornington Peninsula wedding and event florist and stylist.
I love your courage, your smile, your beauty and warmth and compassion for others. I love being silly and laughing with you and I love that you are a bit clumsy. – Scott
Jess and Matt are the most adorable couple! Melbourne turned on a perfect summer’s day for them, and as you’ll see from the photographs, the nearby ocean beaches at Rye were the place to be, while the shade of trees in Sorrento park gave some relief when the sun became too hot to handle.
You’ve had your heart set on a having your ceremony outdoors. But let’s face it, us Melbournians are used to multiple changes of the weather …. in just one day! And if you are a bride trying to organise an outdoor ceremony for your wedding, you really do need to have a bad-weather back-up plan, (as well as an ability to keep your cool and enjoy the day no matter what!)….