One Fine Day Wedding Fair

I am very excited to be a part of a select group of vendors at the newest bridal fair in town, One Fine Day. After 6 years in business, this is my first time as a wedding fair. This is mainly due to never having found the perfect event for Caspix to be a part of. I craved something intimate, fabulous, vintagey and interesting. Not just another Wedding Exp in a boring venue being handed a bunch of leaflets.

So you can imagine my excitement when I heard about One Fine Day. This event is really taking the bridal fair to a place Sydney brides have not yet seen and its very exciting to be a part of the inaugural day.

The day promises to be amazing with a sweet beauty parlour, models aplenty, live music, an outdoor garden, lovely food and there is even a Man Land where your man can have a beer and play ping pong with the other bored boys:)

One Fine Day is taking the boutique bridal fair to another level on Sunday 27th May at Sydney’s famous Sun Studios in Alexandria.

AAAnd for the next 24hrs there are FREE tickets! So book your tickets and come and visit me and experience the newest bridal event in Sydney.

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Blue Mountains Wedding: Anita+James

Anita and James were married in the fabulous Carrington Hotel, Katoomba with the bluest mountain sky imagineable.

I arrived to find the groomsmen nervous and ready to pose in the most incredible hotel hallway, whilst the ladies sipped lots of different tea and fussed over the bride. An emotional ceremony followed a beautiful late afternoon photography session at Lueralla Gardens. Enjoy their story below.

White Magazine Feature

If you are engaged, you will love White Magazine. It is that smaller cute style mag with that gorgeous matte finish. If you are a fan of Frankie Magazine (which I am!) the look and feel is very similar.

I am featured in this issue along with my gorgeous bride and groom, Zoe and Chris. On stands Monday, so make sure you grab a copy!

Forest Picnic

We had a picnic in our pine forest yesterday. It was so quiet, all we could hear was the occasional swoop of a kookaburra or the swish of my son’s butterfly catcher.

My littlest one loved the soft pine needles and her translucent skin glowed and I just had to capture it. After 3 olive skinned children, one so white is quite amazing!