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ECO-ETHICAL INSPIRATION & REAL WEDDINGS

“Your blog first came up on my radar quite a while ago…I loved what you stood for and the changes you were inspiring in the wedding industry so when my partner and I got engaged it was obvious that I would turn to Less Stuff, More Meaning for ideas about how to do things differently, to inspire me to be creative and to make our celebration unique to us and the things we stand for”. Nastia Gladushchenko, Less Stuff bride.

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  • Nov252021

    Emma and Michael’s windswept winter elopement at Pumphouse, Tasmania

    Written by Nina Hamilton + Rachael Calvert Images by Nina Hamilton . Married at Pumphouse Point, Lake St. Clair.     Michael…

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  • Nov102021

    A Royal National Park elopement | Mairaed and John

    Images by Joshua Mikhaiel, married by Victoria from All We Need Is Love     The story of Mairaed and John’s intimate…

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  • Sep302021

    The best places to elope in Tasmania

    Words and images by Nina Hamilton Photography   Tasmania has become a sought-after destination for people looking to elope. An…

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  • Aug182021

    Rhian & Shannon’s beachside elopement in Tasmania

    Images by Chase The Light Photography   As told by bride Rhian; “We stayed on Nusa Lembongan for 5 weeks…

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  • Jul212021

    Ever wondered how a Team Less member would get married?

    Images courtesy of Bec Peterson Photography   Katherine from Something Blue Photography was one of our original #teamless members when…

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  • May272021

    LSMM interviewed on Hopefully Sustainable Podcast

    We’ve been interviewed! I spoke with Jaiko Celka from Hopefully Sustainable about how planning an eco-ethical wedding can be feel-good…

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  • May202021

    Mia & Tom’s intimate and luxe elopement

    Images by Lauren Sutton   “We wanted a day for us, to celebrate our relationship, where we have come from…

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  • May122021

    10 ways to make your wedding more inclusive

    Image by Henry Paul Photography   Written by Hank Paul, Sydney Wedding Photographer In 2017, many people thought that true inclusion…

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