When Beck and Hutch, a retail manager and a passionate drummer from Sydney, began planning for their wedding day, they didn’t anticipate turning their small, inner city apartment into a quasi-pet cemetery. But once they designed their black, grey and deep red-coloured invitations, complete with two skulls on old film textures, the first scientific illustration of an Australian elapid snake, and the date in Latin, they knew what aesthetic they were setting, and they were determined to see it echoed through every detail.Read More
“We didn’t want to be bound by tradition but we didn’t want to lose it either. We kept the traditions we liked and left out the ones that didn’t appeal to us. We got an Uber to the venue, I didn’t wear a garter or something blue, my bridesmaids held crystals rather than flowers, we had our doggo Crash there and our baby boy Bruce. We didn’t get married in a church but a barber shop.”Read More
I remember when my husband proposed to me, the evening before PAX 2015. He took me for a dinner at the Eureka Skydeck in Melbourne – there, he got down on one knee and opened a heart-shaped box. He asked me to marry him. He asked me to be his Player 2, his couch co-op buddy, his badass warrior. Of course I said yes.Read More
We are always on the lookout for ways to inspire our readers, so when this dark and dreamy styled shoot hit our inbox we couldn’t wait to show you. The bouquet alone was enough to send us into a spin.
We asked Bree from Little White Couture, who orchestrated this visual feast for the eyes, to tell us how it all came about, and what inspired her. Here’s what she told usRead More
Unholy Matrimony was borne out of an idea that weddings, as they are traditionally known, do not cater to the needs of everyone. Not all ceremonies are religious. Not all brides want to walk down the aisle with their father to Pachabel’s Cannon in D. Not all grooms want to give a speech. Not all couples want to exchange rings. Not everyone wants to toe the traditional line, and why should you?Read More
As a bride whose style is best described as goth glam, Tamara Tyndall was faced with a few challenges when she was planning her wedding. This Tiki loving cat lady personifies dark vintage vibes and a scroll through her Instagram feed (@thesapphiresiren) reveals her immaculate styling and fierce pin up girl aesthetic. She struggled to find vendors who float her boat and suit her style…Read More
I wanted to get to know Tash and Dave as best I could, so we sat down and chatted for a while. I asked them what their wedding day, eighteen years ago, was like. They began telling me about this epic medieval themed affair, and with each unfolding detail, my jaw dropped closer to the ground. Who were these absolute lords and where had they been all my life?Read More
I don’t assume to be the authority on what is or is not love. ‘The Dark Art of Love’ is an inclusive adage we created for everyone so that they can have the freedom to express themselves on their wedding day as they see fit.