📷 24 Popular Melbourne Wedding Photographers

Melbourne Wedding Photographers

No matter your style of wedding or wedding budget a wedding photographer is essential. They will capture the memories, forgotten moments and enable you to relive your special day forevermore. We’ve complied a list of popular Melbourne wedding photographers to help your wedding planning. It’s essential you book your Melbourne wedding photography early, as many of the best will be booked many months or years in advance. So, sit back, relax, and browse through some of the best wedding photographers servicing weddings in Melbourne and greater Victoria.

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Passion8 Photography capture beautiful and natural images of you. With many years of photographic, design and digital experience, they will provide you with quality and great value Melbourne wedding photography. 

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Anthony T Reynolds Photography offers a variety of wedding and special occasion photography packages to suit your special requirements. He personally tends to your Melbourne wedding photography and all the post- wedding editing to ensure high quality and promptness.

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CreationsPhoto specialise in beautiful, professional photos for small weddings and engagements. They offer custom, flexible and affordable packages. Elegant, relaxed Melbourne wedding photography images. 

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CKS PhotoLab’s style is the perfect blend of both documentary and creative portrait. For them, it is all about telling your wedding story filled with special moments captured through photographs. They are very friendly and flexible Melbourne wedding photographers and tailor their style to match it.

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My Scandi Style love to capture couples engaging with their guests and enjoying their day and what’s makes the photos so special when you look back on them in years to come ….

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Briars Atlas gets to photograph weddings around the world for the most discerning couples. It’s a dream job for him, and if you see yourselves in the work he make, he’d love to talk about how he can make a beautiful record for you.

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With a fun, candid approach, Really Good Weddings photograph couples in love and helps them celebrate their day. Really Good Weddings flexible and relaxed approach means you can focus on enjoying your day. 

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Rural Image Photography specialise in rural weddings. So much so that you can almost feel, smell and touch the essence of the Australian landscape through their images. Wendy loves the challenge of documenting a wedding day and the many special fleeting and unplanned moments of happiness, laughter and love… when the awestruck flower girl sees the bride’s dress for the first time, or when Gran joyously throws confetti… she’ll capture it all. 

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As a passionate Melbourne wedding photographer, Gaëlle Le Berre Photography strives to combine the skills of both an artist and a reporter. In this way, she lingers on subtle moments as they unfold to create a harmonic reflection of your wedding day.

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Black Avenue Productions are a team of passionate Melbourne wedding photographers and wedding videographers who are hopelessly romantic and truly care about creating love stories of real couples. They’re a small team of like-minded friends working within a professional collective of creative storytelling.

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Lavan Photography & Videography are a group of passionate and talented Melbourne wedding photographers and videographers who want nothing more than to create art with the capture of your love story. They strive to create natural, authentic images that capture the unique beauty and romance of your wedding.

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freshphotography document elopements, pre wedding shoots, small and big weddings predominantly in Melbourne and Country Victoria. Bustling city life to wild nature.

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Millgrove Photography’s approach to Melbourne wedding photography is relaxed but always professional, creating images that are natural, relaxed beautiful – with an emphasis on always making the day, and the photos, about you two as a couple and your unique personalities. 

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Elise Kapeller Photography offers more than 10 years of experience in the wedding industry, and an unmatched ability to artistically capture beautiful and candid moments. Having won multiple prestigious international, national and state awards for both her photographs and wedding albums, you can be confident that Elise Kapeller Photography will create treasured memories that you can keep forever.

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Precise Moment Photography is a boutique photography studio in Melbourne’s northern suburb of Craigieburn. They love capturing images of love, the spontaneous special moments between the two of you, happy and emotional tears and all the uncontrollable smiles throughout your wedding day.

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Located in the lively Melbourne suburb of Malvern, Mighty Vision is an international award-winning studio that has more than 10 years’ experience in photography and videography. Our innovative team offers creative, contemporary and natural Melbourne wedding photography and video, and will professionally capture all unforgettable moments with your personalities and the spirit of your celebration. 

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Love is Sweet Weddings know that a wedding is not a fashion shoot for a wedding magazine so they don’t treat it like that. They will take a little bit of time to get some really great photos with your family, wedding party and of course the two of you. But guarantee it won’t go on for hours on end. 

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Love Journal Photography have developed a style that is in essence creative fine art, combining elegant professional posing with ‘in the moment’ intimacy. This is the kind of love their seasoned team of Melbourne wedding photographers, videographers and makeup artists pour into your journey to becoming life partners, which is your Love Journal.

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Epic Photography & Video use a natural, creative and quite unique approach of capturing your wedding in a way that will bring the best out of you on your very special day.

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Louisa Jones Photography aim to maintain an unobtrusive presence so that your photography experience is relaxed and comfortable. From candid to posed portrait styles and detail shots, you will have all aspects of your most exciting day covered.

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Since opening their studio in 2011, Run Wild Photography have dedicated themselves not only to their craft, but to the best possible experience for their lovely couples. They know that when the day is over, and the leftover cake has been eaten, your photographs become the one lasting visual memory of your wedding day.

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Alexandra Bradley Photography offer fun, fresh and creative Melbourne wedding photography and videography catering to your specific needs. They realise all couples are very different – some love the camera, most hate it, so they talk to you to find out about YOU and what you want.

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Paul Rowley Photography’s photographic mission is to create images that capture the true essence of your special day in a discreet and non intrusive manner. A beautiful mixture of fun, candid and stylised shots that reflect your personality professionally crafted into memorable wedding images that you will cherish for a life time.

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Allowing you to enjoy yourselves, Lindy Photography will blend into the background capturing the emotion of the wedding as it unfolds. Photographing what actually happens rather than interrupting and dominating your special day. Providing stylish beautiful and contemporary Melbourne wedding photography that illuminates the very essence of your day, with images that are as unique to your wedding as the people in the photographs.

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Check out the Wedding Photography page for the complete list of Wedding VIC’s wedding photographer suggestions.

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💕 How to Plan a Wedding in Melbourne

13 Easy Steps to Planning a Melbourne Wedding

How to plan a wedding in Melbourne. Wedding VIC walks you through 13 easy steps to planning a fabulous wedding in Melbourne and Victoria.

Are you looking for the perfect Melbourne wedding coordinator/planner? Look no further than Wedding VIC! We have been helping couples plan their dream weddings for over 20 years, and we know what it takes to create a truly unforgettable day. We offer a comprehensive range of tools, from image galleries and real weddings for initial inspiration, budgeting tips and articles with unique ideas, through to info on Melbourne’s best wedding suppliers. Browse sample packages, special offers and more. We make it easy for you to create a personalised Melbourne wedding that fits your unique style and budget. Find the best vendors for your wedding and know that your wedding day will be amazing, from start to finish. Follow our social channels for all the latest tips, specials, offers, and open day info. We look forward to helping you make your Melbourne wedding fabulous! xx

1. Enjoy being engaged!

Be in the moment and enjoy this special time together. Start storyboarding your ideal Melbourne wedding day. Discuss it together. What do you picture? Casual or Black Tie? Rustic or Fairy tale? Local or Destination? Wedding VIC has real weddings you can browse for inspo.

2. Tell your family and friends

Announce your engagement and discuss your Melbourne wedding plans with your family and friends. Find out if any VIPs (parents, potential bridal party members) have commitments that would rule out certain dates for people you really want attending your wedding in Melbourne.

3. Decide on the style of wedding

Your wedding style will narrow your venue choice. Melbourne wedding venues often book many months, or years in advance. Once you have your wedding style, then it becomes easier to pick your venue. The most popular styles are:
Fairytale = city ballroom
Rustic = country or winery
Beach = coastal or water views
DIY = community hall, sporting venue, private home
Destination = somewhere with great views and accommodation.
Check out the Wedding VIC venues or catering companies and make some enquiries as to availability and pricing.

4. Set your budget

Once you’ve received info on potential Melbourne wedding venues, you can think about your budget. Talk to your parents and see if they plan on contributing towards your wedding. Think about how much you can save and afford to spend on your wedding. You might like to open a separate account for wedding savings and spending. Once you have a rough budget you can consider how many people you can afford to have at each venue. Of course, it’s also an option to ask people to donate cash in lieu of a gift to help off-set the cost. Wedding VIC has a budget planner you can download to help you out.

5. Start booking!

Typically it is the reception venue selection that sets the date. Then couples consider their ceremony location – which may be at the same place. Wedding VIC has some great Melbourne wedding ceremony venues to consider – gardens, beaches and churches.

6. Photographers, video and cars!

Melbourne wedding photographers and cars can also be booked out many months, or years in advance. Don’t forget a video! Many couples skip the video, but it’s an gorgeous way to relive the forgotten or never seen moments. Have a browse through Wedding VIC to find your preferred suppliers.

7. Celebrant

Your choice of wedding celebrant can make or break your ceremony. Meet with a few and make sure they make you feel relaxed and confident. This will help with any nerves on the day.

8. Flowers, Decoration, Decor, Hire, Cake

What are you going to need to make your Melbourne wedding venue fabulous? Do you need to hire chairs and crockery for a DIY wedding? Will you have floral arbors and centerpieces? Some venue packages will include decorations – check what is included – it may be centerpieces, chair covers, etc. They may also include a wedding cake.

Consider a floral theme – it could be colour or style based. Remember that you’ll be holding your bouquet throughout the ceremony and photos – they can get heavy!

Will your wedding cake be used as dessert? This will determine what size your bakery will recommend. You can also get different tiers with different flavours! Heavenly! xx

9. Music and Entertainment

Musicians at your ceremony can set a lovely mood for your wedding. The entertainment options are endless – DJ, swing band, jazz singers, band.

10. You!

What are you going to look like and wear at your wedding? Browse through the Wedding VIC fashion, hair and makeup, and rings and jewellery sections for inspo and amazing Melbourne wedding suppliers.

11. Guest list and bridal party

Work out your guest list. Select your bridal party. It can be less stressful to select your bridal party closer to your wedding date, eg 3 months before. It’s easier to not select someone, than have to un-select them. Wedding VIC has a guest list and seating planner you can download to help you out.

Invitations! Send out invitations for your hens or bucks party, and then the wedding. Typically wedding invitations are sent 3 months in advance. Although this is flexible, and sometimes a save-the-date is important especially for friends or family that might need to travel a long way, arrange time off work, or save up to attend!

12. Honeymoon

Yay! This can be any time you like. Soon after your wedding day, or some time later. Many travel agents offer a honeymoon registry and can be an easy, but fabulous gift from your guests. If you are planning on changing your name, ensure you have your passport and travel documents in the same name! It might also be necessary to have a credit card in this name too, especially when confirming bookings or collecting tickets.

13. The last details

Maybe you’re looking for something unique to finish off the day? Or a dance studio to WOW your guests with a special routine? A thank-you gift for your bridal party and / guests is often nice too.

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👰 10 Things Every Melbourne Bride Needs to Know to Plan the Best Wedding in Melbourne

1. Wedding dresses can take a long time to arrive

Make sure you start looking for your wedding dress at least four to eight months prior to your wedding day.

2. Schedule trials for everything beauty related

The last thing an Melbourne Bride needs is crazy eye-brow’s, hair colour disaster, or make-up that they hate. If you’re using a hairdresser, makeup-artist or beautician for the first time, make sure you schedule a trial. Allow enough time for any mistakes or disappointments to grow back or be rectified.

3. Ask your suppliers if they have other bookings on your wedding day

Feel comfortable that they’ll be able to accommodate your needs if any other wedding or event has delays. Do they have enough time between commitments?

4. Ask your suppliers if they have a backup plan in the event of sickness or other emergency

What will they do if they are ill on your wedding day or there is a family (or other) emergency?

5. Get a good night’s sleep the night before

No Melbourne Bride ever wanted a hangover on her wedding day! Schedule your ceremony rehearsal, hens’ party, catch-up with interstate friends and relatives either a couple of days before your wedding, or in the days after.

6. Something will go wrong on your wedding day

Have a list of suppliers and their contact number and give to a member of your bridal party, relative or close friend. Make sure they have their mobile phone with them on your wedding day.

7. Prepare an emergency kit

Make sure you prepare an emergency kit and give it to a member of the bridal party or a close family member or friend. Include paracetamol, tampons, band aids, mints, lip-gloss, comb, etc. Guy’s pockets can also be great for this! Give your Dad your lippy! Also make sure you have water available for the bridal party throughout the day.

8. Delegate tasks on your wedding day

Melbourne Brides should enjoy their wedding day! Delegate tasks to family and friends. Ask someone to collect the cards on the night and put them somewhere safe so they are not left around and forgotten or stolen. Let family or friends know if they can take home table centrepieces or decorations. Have someone nominated to take photos, be in charge of the guest-book, etc on the day.

9. Schedule some time-out after your ceremony

Enjoy being newly married! Have a bit to eat and enjoy each other’s company in between photo sessions and greeting guests at your reception. Also make time to share a special moment with those close to you.

10. Melbourne Bride name change tips

If you’re planning on changing your name, make sure all of your honeymoon reservations are made in your new name. You’ll also need a new passport if heading overseas. Also, sometimes when checking in or collection tickets you’ll need to present the credit card used for purchase, so you might need to travel with cards in your Maiden and Married names.

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Melbourne Wedding Photographer Anthony T Reynolds Photography

Anthony T Reynolds Photography offers a variety of wedding and special occasion photography packages to suit your special requirements. Anthony would love to meet with you and yours in person to discuss how to make your day as wonderful as possible! If time constraints prevent a pre-wedding meeting, then his considerable experience will help you through your hectic wedding day schedule in a relaxed and fun-filled manner!

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💕 10 Wedding Planning Resources You Need for Your Melbourne Wedding

How to Plan the Best Wedding in Melbourne or Regional Victoria
Planning a wedding in Melbourne can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With so many resources available, you can easily find everything you need to make your big day a success.

This article will provide you with a comprehensive list of wedding planning resources in Melbourne, including everything from venues to vendors. We’ll also share some tips and advice to help you make the most of your planning experience.

So whether you’re just starting out or you’re in the final stages of planning, read on for all the information you need to know about planning a wedding in Melbourne.

1. How to Plan a Wedding in 13 Easy Steps Article

You can start your wedding planning in 13 easy steps. Wedding VIC has everything you need to plan a fabulous wedding in Melbourne and Victoria.

2. Wedding Checklist

Don’t forget anything! Use the free Wedding VIC wedding planning checklist to organise the perfect wedding in Melbourne or Victoria.

3. Wedding VIC Organiser

Available for download in Microsoft Excel format is the Wedding VIC Wedding Organiser. This spread sheet includes the Wedding VIC checklist, guest list planner, budget starter and seating planner.

4. Wedding Tips and Ideas

Budget saving tips and ideas, wedding etiquette and answers to common wedding planning questions.

5. Best Wedding Suppliers

Sit back, relax, and browse through some of the best wedding suppliers servicing weddings in Melbourne and Victoria.

6. Real Weddings

Be inspired be real couples who have been married in Melbourne and Victoria.

7. How to Articles

Tips and checklists to help you choose your perfect Melbourne wedding suppliers. Questions to ask, how to create shortlists to suit your needs and wedding style.

8. Image Galleries

Quickly find wedding suppliers who fit your wedding style or theme. Don’t have a style or theme yet? Then the image galleries will help you narrow down your perfect wedding suppliers.

9. Videos

The Wedding VIC Supplier Profile videos are a great introduction to the amazing wedding suppliers in Melbourne and Victoria.

10. Follow our Social Channels

Stay in touch, keep up to date, discover expos, open days, special offers, new wedding suppliers and more across our social channels.
Facebook – facebook.com/weddingvic
Instagram – instagram.com/wedding.vic
Twitter – twitter.com/weddingvic
Youtube – youtube.com/channel/UCF1WVms2f-AyrKanQMKpsug
Pinterest – pinterest.com.au/WeddingVIC/

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