South Australian Weddings

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Bridal Dress

Eve By Rue De Seine

Dress Supplier

Through The White Door

Suit

Rhodes & Beckett

Henna

Desert Shadow, Fremantle Markets

Bridesmaids Dresses

Flannel & Morrison

Make Up

Lisa Chester

Hair

Jen Troy

Florist

Lime Flowers

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Stitch Creative Studio

Celebrant

Ann Lord

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Belle Classic Limousines

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Heart Strings & The Event Mill

Cake

Stephies Larder

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Soul Provider

Marquee

Swan Event Hire

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Sir James Mitchell Park

A Paper Crane Princess on the South Perth Foreshore

Haili hand folded 1000 paper cranes for her arbour and table decoration. Can you imagine? This labour of love was inspired by the Japanese legend of anyone who folds this many cranes is granted a wish. I was blown away by Haili’s commitment to this prospect and feel pretty certain it’s a beautiful reflection of her dedication and love of Ben and I’m sure her wish came true!

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Suppliers

Bridal Dress

Eve By Rue De Seine

Dress Supplier

Through The White Door

Suit

Rhodes & Beckett

Henna

Desert Shadow, Fremantle Markets

Bridesmaids Dresses

Flannel & Morrison

Make Up

Lisa Chester

Hair

Jen Troy

Florist

Lime Flowers

Invitations

Stitch Creative Studio

Celebrant

Ann Lord

Transport

Belle Classic Limousines

Stylist

Heart Strings & The Event Mill

Cake

Stephies Larder

Catering

Soul Provider

Marquee

Swan Event Hire

Reception Location

Sir James Mitchell Park

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By We Are All Stardust

Natalija lives and works in beautiful Fremantle in Perth, Western Australia. She's been shooting since she was 13, worked around Australia and overseas for many years in graphic design, media production, content creation and is now back in Perth where she started I Heart Weddings Photography. More recently she launched a new name ‘We Are All Stardust’ which she believes captures a greater sense of truth for her in how she approaches photography.

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