An ethereal candlelit tablescape unfolded through a horse stable at Andreas and Laura’s romantic wedding inside a historic farmhouse in Siena.
Native wildflowers lined the aisle amidst geometric-patterned hedges at Alex and Peter's mansion wedding in the countryside of London.
Soft draping and delicate florals infused Sarah and Andrew's wedding in Puglia with minimalistic decadence exuding elegance and authenticity.
With the ability to let perfect moments unfold as they are, while gently guiding them into editorial frames, destination wedding photographer Cassandra Ladru has a style that is distinctly her own.
With a symmetrical ceremony held beneath ancient stone, Maria and Brayden wed amongst a wildly beautiful Renaissance garden in Florence.
Within the grand walls of an open-air church in Mallorca, Nicole and Justin wed amongst white blooms contrasting the Spanish neo-gothic architecture.
Amongst Sicilian architecture dating back to 1308, Virginia and Florian wed with the ancient town of Modica as a backdrop.
Forty meters below the ground in the countryside of Portugal, Grace and Vincent’s wedding was a modern ode to the architectural masterpiece it was held in.
Wed amidst the grandeur of a Venetian palace, Jillian and Grant held a dramatic reception dinner surrounded by 17th century frescoes.
With over 1,000 white roses appearing to sprout up from the raw earth, Roberta and Carlo were wed in the woods of an ancient Italian convent.
With a grand facade overlooking the alluring lake, Milena and Chris's Italian wedding unfolded on the grounds of 17th-century Villa Bettoni.
At a secluded villa in Sicily with colossal rock formations rising against the emerald sea, Caroline and Matteo held an Italian wedding.
Fusing modern silhouettes with nostalgic details, Oui The Label's flagship boutique offers timeless wedding dresses in Melbourne that are elegantly unadorned.
A thousand white roses appeared to grow amidst towering walls at Amohela and Markus' modern Mallorcan wedding at Neuendorf House.
Blending fashion and fine art, merging the ephemeral and the precisely composed, London-based wedding photographer, Jack Henry intuitively captures moments of revelry.