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Destination Wedding Photography – Capturing Australia Wide

December 7, 2015 , , Jason
Bridal Photography of Bride and Groom at Wonga Wetlands in Albury NSW
Bridal Photography with Bride and Groom by old mill near Milawa Victoria
Bride and Groom walking down street in Melbourne CBD

When it comes to Wedding locations, the opportunities are endless. Here in Australia we are incredibly lucky to have such diversity and opportunity when it comes to Destination Weddings. When we chose to get married back in 2007, we looked at all the beautiful local venues. Then we found an advertisement for Hamilton Island Weddings but didn’t give it much thought at the time. But it was there in the back of our minds and as time passed a niggling thought grew until we decided to fly to Hamilton Island to see what all the fuss was about. From the second we stepped off the plane, we were captivated. This incredibly stunning tropical location had a energy about it and as we explored the Island were were convinced that this was where we wanted our Wedding to be. And immediately booked our date. Planning a destination Wedding has it’s challenges, but it also makes everything quite streamlined as well. The ability to use great Wedding Coordinators at your destination is very important but so is your own planning and coordination. We planned meticulously and prioritised what we wanted from our Wedding. For us, this was an celebration for all of our family and friends. We wanted this to be an adventure. So we hired our Wedding Photographer and planned a helicopter flight to Whitehaven beach, returning to meet our family and friends for a lunch time cruise around the Whitsunday’s. It really was an event/moment/opportunity of a lifetime and we were very aware that this would be the only time in our lives that we would be able to pull off such an amazing day. So 8 years later, we still look back on our incredible day and so thankful we did something so out of character and adventurous. We often look back through our stunning photographs and remember each of the tiny and not so tiny elements of our day. Now, and years in the future, we will remember this incredible adventure as we look back at our Wedding Photographs.

And so we value the opportunity and uniqueness of Destination Weddings. Of Weddings planned specifically in relation to the environment in which they are held. From snow Weddings at Falls Creek and Winter Villages such a Dinner Plain. To Weddings by the beach where the entire ceremony is held on a deck over looking the water. We have captured Weddings in the heart of Melbourne and flown by helicopter into the iconic Craig’s Hut on Mt Stirling. From Wintertime Mountains to springtime Vineyards, Summer beaches to Autumn Orchids, we have been privileged to be a part of it all.

Below are just a few of the beautiful Wedding destinations we have captured. We hope this inspires you to plan the Wedding you have dreamed of. And when you do, we hope to be a part of your day.

panoramic view over the vineyard and Mt Buffalo at Boynton's Feathertop Winery Wedding Venue in Bright Victoria

Lawn terrace wedding sunset image at Boynton's Feathertop Winery Wedding Venue in Bright Victoria

Boynton’s Feather Top Winery, Bright.

Melbourne Docklands view across Yarra River

Bridal Party walking down Street in Melbourne Victoria

Melbourne Docklands and CBD

Bride and Groom in the snow at Dinner Plain Mt Hotham

Bride and Groom in the snow at Dinner Plain Mt Hotham

Dinner Plain, Mt Hotham

jetty with sunset

Bride and Groom on jetty at Paynesville in East Gippsland Victoria

Paynesville

Aerial view of Craig's Hut, Mt Stirling Victoria

Bride and Groom at Craig's Hut in Victoria

Craig’s Hut, Mt Sterling

Bride and Groom at Ladies Bath Falls Mt Buffalo Victoria

Bride and Groom at Ladies Bath Falls Mt Buffalo Victoria

Ladies Bath Falls, Mt Buffalo

Aerial view of Pinnacle vValley resort Victoria

Bride and Groom at Pinnacle Valley Resort in Merrijig

Sebel Pinnacle Valley Resort, Merrijig

 

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