Monday, July 12, 2010

Portobello Bride Real Wedding - Holly & Adam

I love it when Aussie photographers with loads of creative talent find their way to Portobello Bride. Ben Adams who is both an amazing wedding photographer as well as a successful humanitarian/travel photographer is no exception. 
Ben captured Holly and Adam's pretty, colourful and casual wedding earlier this year. I love homestyle weddings and this gorgeous couple proved yet again, how you can really make a relaxed affair something memorable and really special.
There is nothing more beautiful than a happy and relaxed bride. Holly is simply stunning in her pastel blue wedding dress, her long natural hair, and a pretty headpiece of roses.
As for DIY details, Holly's takes the cake, dying her wedding gown blue in her bath tub. Talk about relaxed, I would have been petrified at the thought of doing that. It looks absolutely beautiful, and the shade of blue is my favourite. 

My favourite photo of the day.
The Prettiest table setting.
I can only imagine how thrilled Holly & Adam must be with their wedding photos, these are simply beautiful.
Holly, who works in the film industry and Adam Miller who is the most amazing guitarist are now based in New York.  I have been playing Adam's latest album all weekend. He is unbelievable, you have to check him out here
You can always tell when you an Aussie backyard wedding when guests take a seat on the esky, love it!
Images by Ben Adams Photography
Thank you Ben for sharing your awesome photography with us, and Holly and Adam we wish you a lifetime of happiness.


  1. Just devine!!! I love this wedding. Im sure that bride was on the front cover of a local bridal mag over here in Australia.... beautiful wedding and photography!

  2. Hi Sarah,

    Yes, Holly and Adam's wedding graced the cover of the latest issue of 'White'.

    x Francesca

  3. I see I thought it looked familiar however I loved seeing so many more of the photos on your blog... just a devine Aussie wedding.. :)

  4. I love the string of lights overhead, desperately trying to find something similar for ours!