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Their romance reads as a rom-com. They are from the UK and Italy but met on the other side of the world in Sydney; however, their romance is far from cookie cutter.

This Melbourne non-binary couple, who were forced to have a last minute wedding, creatively redefined Jewish traditions to suit them.

These two men from Brisbane married in a modern, but whimsically inspired wedding and had their day captured by photographer Jackson Grant

There are celebrants, and there are *celebrants* - and Monty, of Holymatrimonty, is of the whip crackin', budgie smuggler and cowboy boot-wearing kind adding personality to weddings in Newcastle and beyond.

If you've been on the hunt for a Melbourne wedding DJ that promises to get the dance floor going without any daggyness or pre-prepared playlists, One More Song are your crew.

Fairina Cheng is a Sydney-based jewellery designer who works with couples to create custom, meaningful engagement and wedding rings and jewellery.

In the Swan Valley, among an olive grove, Beth and Lacey married. With personal and emotional vows, their day was romantic and perfect.

Lauren and Sandra fell in love with the barn doors of Seacliff House - so much so that they planned their entire wedding around the venue.

Brisbane creatives came together to create this modern wedding inspirationa. Monochrome with pops of color - we love the James Bond twist.

A a surprise, Clinton organised a helicopter to take these newlyweds to two private beaches off the Western Australian coast for portraits.

These two men have spent nearly 22 years by each other's side, and they couldn't be any more in love. After more than 20 years as partners, they decided to tie the knot and marry.

These two lovers met on a gay dating app, and have just celebrated four years together. Their love radiates in this Fitzroy lovers photography session.