A sweet juxtaposition of soft, romantic bridal gowns by Natalie Chan, with the raw jagged moss covered rocks and strong winds gusting at the rugged west coast New Zealand beach, Maori Bay. The skies were moody and the dark black sands gave gorgeous contrast to the fresh white flowing dresses and wild earthy bouquet. There is something that draws you to the earth there, a spiritual connection to the earth that made us feel grounded yet the land almost felt “other worldly” and intimidating in its own beauty.
The couple had a very small and intimate elopement in Joshua Tree with just their closest friends and of course the bride’s BFFs. The couple had met in the middle of the dance floor in San Diego and they have been inseparable ever since. Now they will be able to grow old together while dancing the night away.
If you peel back the veil of south Florida just a tad, it’s not all palm trees, flamingos and jet skis. Floridians love the fall, which is so fleeting after a long tropical summer. With its deep, richly coloured florals, fall is Florida’s wedding season. Here’s a glimpse of another Florida, the Old World glamour of Miami and the South Beach night club scene, with its sequins, decorative hair pieces and over-the-top jewellery displays.Read More