Let's Meet Up
3rd of June 2017, We are going to be at Unveiled the Event, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra. We would be happy to see you there and chat about your wedding plans!
If you are planning to order your one-of-a-kind wedding stationery I would be happy to hear from you, answer on all questions you might have or give you a custom quote. Get in touch
A Little Bit of What I Do
~ Wedding Invitations ~
A great collection of printable wedding invitation sets are coming soon on my Etsy store, stay tuned!
~ Family Portraits ~
On my blog you can find more examples of custom made Portraits and Creating Cards
We finally decided to be together together as a wedding photography and stationery duo under 'one roof' of Across the Forest! We are based in Sydney, Australia, but together we travel all over Australia and beyond to photograph amazing people and their celebrations of love. Here you may find our latest works and more Across the Forest.
Moreover, if you order both our services for your wedding you will get 10% off your wedding stationery.
Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or request a custom quote.
We had a wonderful collaboration of wedding vendors who gathered on Spring Morning at The Carriage House, Milton Park for a styled bridal shoot. The first part of the shoot featured on Vintage Bride Magazine blog. My Spring inspired wedding stationery set with wildflowers and dragonflies is available for order…
A bit more photos of my stationery goodies for Keepsakephoto style shoot that have been featured by one and only White Magazine. When I first visited Kingston, I saw the Fitters Workshop and thought – this historic building might be a wonderful venue for a wedding. Just a year and…
Every family portrait that I have done has a special place in my heart, whether it’s a themed Star Wars dedicated illustration or a wedding couple holding hands. I can say it’s a habit now for the most recent one to be my most favourite. This one was created based…
Yesterday, one of my illustrations dedicated to Canberra’s famous carousel “Marry Go Round” was spotted on The Canberra Times website. I want to say thank you to the editor of The City Magazine Canberra Josephine Huynh for getting in touch with me with a proposal about the article…