Lisa and Jackson were one of the most chilled couples we’ve photographed. They even gave their bridal party free range to choose their own suits and dresses for the rustic wedding day.
Lisa chose a vintage inspired romantic styled wedding gown from Through the White Door in Fremantle, a boutique with a truely unique selection of gowns. Jackson also has a flair for putting a look together and after purchasing his suit from Tony Barlow he enlisted assistance from Terrace Men’s wear to coordinate the look he wanted.
In the art of keeping it simple Lisa and Jackson decided to meet up prior to the ceremony for photos. The first look was just amazing! So delighted to see each other and thrilled that the rustic wedding day had finally arrived. Not to mention that they were pretty impressed with the wedding attire each had chosen. The bridal photographs were all shot in and around Moore and Moore Cafe and Fremantles streets. The Bridal Party had a ball during the photo shoot.
Moore and Moore Cafe in Fremantle was the ideal location for the romantic styled rustic wedding. The ceremony was in the courtyard and champagne and food were soon on hand once the ceremony was finalised. Later in the evening speeches and dancing were inside the heritage listed building.
The whole day had a warm and genuine vibe. In fact most of the people involved in the wedding were friends of Lisa and Jackson’s. Lisa’s sister’s boyfriend Alex played guitar during the ceremony, the celebrant was a family friend and Lisa and Jackson went to school with Ruben and Liv, the musicians who kept the night alive with their music.
Wedding Dress: Through the White Door
Suits: Tony Barlow
Accessories: Terrace Mens Wear
Cakes: Bisou by Aninditha Dharma
Reception: Moore & Moore Cafe
Photography: Peter and Tegwyn Edwards