Category Archives: Elopement Weddings Melbourne

Elopement Weddings Melbourne

Are you eloping to Melbourne? May we join you?

We’d love to photograph your elopement wedding so get in touch for a great quote on low-key and intimate wedding photography around Melbourne & Yarra Valley.

Lucy & Ally

With an email that opened with “Hello there, we are planning a relaxed and intimate wedding in the Carlton gardens”, I knew this was my kind of wedding. A relaxed approach and the couple’s nearest and dearest (rather than 400 of their parent’s friends..!) are the key things I hope for in a day when…

Rose & Malte

In January, while Australia’s regional areas burned, Melbourne mostly carried on as usual; with the only clue to what was happening a few hundred kilometres away being the bushfire smoke which lingered on and off for a few weeks. Rose & Malte were married at the Melbourne Marriage Registry on Spring Street on a day…

Kerrianne & Tim

I really do love working with visitors from out-of-town.  It’s always such fun to see your own city from a different angle or through another persons (fresh) eyes. Mostly, when I work with couples who are visiting from interstate in order to get married, they are usually from warmer climes further north such as Brisbane,…

Multitasking at Melbourne Registry

As a rule, I’m not the best at multitasking so it was with slight trepidation that I agreed to be the photographer AND witness at Cathy & Mark’s recent elopement wedding at the Melbourne registry. As I sidled over to perform the legal bit during the ceremony the marriage celebrant took over the photography duties…

I love an amble through Melbourne

The great thing about a weekday wedding ceremony is that it’s generally pretty relaxed. This one was no different. Combined with the fact that Lauren & Josh’s wedding was planned just a month in advance seemed to make their’s even more relaxed still! With an early afternoon ceremony at the Melbourne registry I wandered some…

Redwood Forest, Warburton

One wedding photography location close to the Yarra Valley that has become increasingly popular of late, is the Redwood Forest in Warburton. Planted sometime around 1930, this grid formation plantation of over 200 trees was to be something of an experiment to test how this particular tree would grow in the area. From what I…

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