Bec and Steve are proof that you can find love online! Bec tells me that after lots of persistence from Steve and many cancelled dates by Bec, that she finally folded and agreed to meet with him and the two hit it off! It just goes to show that persistence and determination pays off.

Steve proposed in Cairns whilst the two were on a nice getaway together. They went out for a romantic dinner and once they had finished, Steve knelt down to feel the pool water and Bec turned around to see Steve on one knee. He popped the question and of course she said yes!

Saying goodbye to SPRING in Victoria’s hidden gem D’ANGELO ESTATE VINEYARD in Officer. BEC + STEVE tied the knot in a stunning outdoor ceremony but not before choosing to do a ‘First Look’ before the big I DO. Incorporating a ‘First Look’ is becoming more and more popular. With most couples choosing an afternoon ceremony of 3:30pm or 4:00pm, it really leaves little time for congratulations, group photos, family photos and of course the all important Bride and Groom portraits before the sunsets and we are left without any usable natural sunlight. By letting the Bride and Groom see each other before their guests have even arrived, it can be an intimate and romantic moment the couple share without the audience of their guests. It’s also a chance to get the Bride and Groom portraits out of the way before the ceremony, leaving more time spent with your guests to party the night away.

Gown / Leah S designs

Hair & Makeup /  Tania DeRoss- DeRoss artistry

Shoes / Betts

Flowers  Des flora

Wedding Cake / Lucy’s Divine cakes

Band / Black Suede Band

Videographer / Burgess videographers

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