We can’t wait to share more of this adorable couples boudoir session with you – so stay tuned. xx
We are looking for more couples who want to capture their connection with a bit of hot and steamy couples boudoir.
Please get in contact with Angie and she can tell you more about a great special offer we have for our boudoir couples.
Sometimes we shoot more than just weddings – sometimes we get to hang out with some pretty cute families too! Rachel had contacted us about capturing her family in video as she’d seen some of our other work. She wanted a relaxed, country feel but other than that was happy to give us creative freedom to create something special. We had the perfect location and put a bit of a storyboard together. It’s good to have a plan but it’s equally important to capture people having fun, setting up a situation and just letting people relax into it. That’s pretty much how we view all of our shoots – even weddings
With a beautiful day and a great backdrop and of course a lovely family – here’s what we came up with. We hope you enjoy it. (Rachel told us she was so happy with it she cried – you can’t ask for a better reaction than that!!)
The Jones’ Family video from Angelica and Benjamin Peady on Vimeo.
We’d love to hear from you if you’re interested in creating a fun family shoot. We have lots of ideas so send us an email here.
We’ve been dying to share this stop motion wedding video with you….
Remember Courtney and Jason’s Blackheath wedding? Gorgeous views over the mountains at Evans Lookout? An art deco wedding gown? Beautiful Australian native flowers and of course some fun stop motion action!
You have to watch it
Courtney and Jason – Stop Motion Wedding Video from Angelica and Benjamin Peady on Vimeo.
Interested in capturing your wedding in video or stop motion? Maybe you’d just like to organise a fun stop motion shoot just because you can? Either way we’d love to hear from you – contact us here.
Remember Nathan and Miranda’s wedding last year?
Well Offbeat Bride have shared their wedding story, so we get to revisit it again and hear about it from the bride herself!!
Click on through here to read all about it…
Recently we photographed some beautiful women who wanted to give their grooms a wedding gift before their weddings.
Due to the secrecy of the shoot we aren’t able to share these images with you – although I would really, really love to!! We can however share a few detail images from these sessions.
If you’re interested in having a boudoir photoshoot we can always a arrange a consultation where we can view some of these images and also have a chance to have any questions answered or simply plan your personalised shoot.
Courtney and Jason were married in Blackheath at Evans Lookout on a beautiful clear spring day, needless to say, it was very picturesque.
We started our day with Courtney, who was getting ready at the Bowerbird Cottage in Blackheath – a small cottage just up the road from our venues for the day. Jason was hanging out with the groomsmen at Jemby Rinjah Eco Lodge where everyone would later celebrate during the reception. Jason and Courtney live in Melbourne but they love travelling and wanted their guests (who travelled from all around Australia) to experience the Blue Mountains and the mountains put on an awesome show. The ceremony was held at Evans Lookout with the gorgeous valley view as the backdrop and was officiated by Susan Artup.
Courtney’s amazing beaded flapper dress is from Vintage Now which she paired with a tulle slip to give her gown a bit more a bridal feel. Her bouquet was created by Blue Mountains Floral Designs and incorporated silk blooms from her mothers wedding bouquet (we love this idea!!!) Jason’s suit was from TJ Lewin, the cake from Belle Saveur Patisserie, the catering by Princess Pantry and hair and makeup by Glamour Elegance Mobile Beauty.
We also have a pretty cool stop motion short wedding film in the works so keep stopping by the blog and don’t forget to follow our Facebook page for all the latest updates!