Sunshine Coast Wedding Magazine Free + Out Now | Volume 31, Spring 2019


Spring-2019-coverOur Spring 2019 edition of The Bride’s Tree Magazine has dropped, and it’s got some sweet ideas for you. We have three real weddings that have executed unconventional ideas that are all about making the day their own. Then we have a dream-like whimsical shoot on the idyllic shore. 

Below is a little taste of our main features in this edition. Cover image by Emma Nayler [Photographer]HammondPreviews_048

Nicola planned her dream day to the very last detail, and wed her longtime parter Tyron on a perfect day in Mooloolaba by the pier. Image by Emma Nayler [Photographer]


The idea occurred to Brent + Aimee that they could spend a good chunk of money hiring a venue for their wedding, or they could put that money into landscaping their property to make it fit for a wedding and enjoy henceforth with their family. So a family backyard wedding it was! Image by Emma Nayler [Photographer]


The whimsical seaside story that is Shades of White will drive you to distraction. Image by Wylde Folk Studio. 


Rockhampton couple, Jade + Megan, couldn’t decide between having their wedding in the Sunshine Coast hinterland or the stunning coast of Noosa. And so, they did both, the clever gals. Image by Figtree Wedding Photography. 


Hi, I’m Sally, Founder and Editor of The Bride’s Tree. Over the past 13 years I’ve written thousands of articles about all things wedding from tips and trends to etiquette and ideas. On this blog I bring you the best of Sunshine Coast and Brisbane weddings.