Issue 35



Journey with us as we look at unity—how to be at one with yourself, and with each other. As the expression goes, two is better than one, and we’re here to help you discover that together you are stronger. Joy and connection are deeply woven throughout each issue, offering life and fullness in every page.

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  • Emma Plant on unity (Freelance writer).
  • Richard Miller on keeping the fun in your relationship (Freelance writer).
  • Sharon Luecke on friendship and marriage (Writer and founder/creative director of The Bare Bride)
  • Chris + Sé Kipp on facing difficulties in marriage (Founders of When We Wed)
  • Bernie Kelsey on legacy (Pastor and Writer).
  • Sabrina Peters on making your marriage a safe place (New generation author and speaker).


  • Woodnote Photography Husband and wife team, Caroline and Jayden, are the talented folks behind Woodnote Photography. Their specialty lies in wedding, lifestyle and travel shoots.
  • Jennifer Sosa Jennifer is a part of Branch & Cole—a collective of some of the best wedding photographers this industry has to offer. She is a quiet observer, a storyteller, and an idealist dreamer, who appreciates the little things.
  • Ashton Teriece is a a full time portrait, engagement, and wedding photographer based out of Mesa, AZ in the US.
  • Lauren Campbell is a talented photographer based out of the ACT.
  • Laurel and Lace Lauren operates a floral and event design studio specialising in unique wedding flowers and floor to ceiling event styling.
  • Telisa Orzelek is a makeup artist and beauty therapist.
  • Inkling Design Inga is the talented creative behind Inkling Design, a company that offers art direction, branding, styling, custom illustrations and invitations. Her illustrations have graced the pages of some of the country’s best known magazines, including Elle, Dolly, Inside Out, Girlfriend and Cosmopolitan (Australia and worldwide).
  • Abbey Love With an eye for fashion and detail, Abbey enjoys creating soft hair and makeup looks for brides and working within the industry to create inspiring editorials based on traditional photography.
  • James Bennett Photography Based in the Hunter region of New South Wales, James left a career in graphic design to pursue his true passion—photography—and he hasn’t looked back! He has shot weddings in Bali, New Zealand, Georgia, Hawaii and also lots of interstate weddings in Australia.
  • Sophie Westley Sophie runs a style concierge service like no other. With Love Find Co. she revolutionised the way brides find and style their wedding dress, jewellery, veil and accessories through this online bridal destination.
  • Trille Floral is a Sydney, Australia based studio specialising in weddings, events and editorials, run by florist Cara Fitch.
  • White Lane Studio is a photography company run by creative directors Sam Vincent and Ali Brown.
  • Wilde Visual captures all the traditional, emotional moments at weddings, then all the wild fun that comes with the day too. It’s run by creator Jesska.
  • Erich McVey Erich is a wedding, portrait and editorial film photographer with a love for medium format cameras, natural light and incredible scenery.
  • Dylan & Sara are Portland-based wedding photographers who love to capture epic scenery.
  • Edwina Robertson is an Australia-based wedding photographer with a passion for travel.
  • I Got You Babe Lilli Waters is photographer based in Melbourne, Australia who has been documenting celebrations of love since 2011.
  • Alex Ry is a Minneapolis-based photographer with an eye for style, design, and meaningful stories.
  • Alex Carlyle is a photographer with a Diploma in Fine Arts, majoring in Painting and Drawing, as well as a Bachelor of Visual Arts majoring in Photo Media from Sydney College of the Arts.
  • Seaward Photography is run by a husband and wife duo who specialise in wedding and portrait photography.
  • Mark & Kara are award winning wedding photographers based in Sydney. They have a natural, photojournalistic approach to photography and always aim to keep it real.