Louise and Ross

Louise and Ross contacted me almost a year ago to ask if I could photograph their wedding. At the time I had never shot a wedding and had been concentrating on editorial fashion and portraiture. I said yes, because I love a challenge, and their February wedding date couldn’t come quickly enough for me. I was excited!

And it turned out to be a great success. Louise is a talented graphic designer and a very stylish gal and she put so much effort into making this day special, right down to all the little details like Australian native flowers and an old-school typewriter for guests to type messages on. It was held at Boyd Baker House in Bacchus Marsh – a gorgeous 1960s home complete with all the art and furniture of the era. The property is in a bush setting which was just perfect for our portraits.

Louise’s dress was by Australian designer Yeojin Bae and her amazing shoes are by Vivienne Westwood for Melissa (I’m quite obsessed with these shoes!). Her sweet feather hair piece is by Ward & Wylie. Hayley Mac did the gorgeous hair and make up and the native flowers came from Glasshaus Nursery.

Louise and Ross’s wedding is also featured on US wedding blog 100 Layer Cake, and brilliant Aussie blog Polka Dot Bride.

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Jessica Lang - Lou, these photos are just beautiful. Gorgeous bride too. I’d be happy to recommend you to anyone I know getting married. I’ll bookmark this page now.
Love Jess.

Ella - Wow! This is simply stunning!

Kate - Well done Lou! Without your admission that this was your first wedding, no one would have guessed. You are such a natural talent. You captured it all at Lou and Ross’ wedding. Awesome shots.

beate - stunning!!

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