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We’ve just published some updates to our wedding photography galleries. These have been long overdue- on a web site which has been in exile from the land of regular maintenance for way too long. It’s not about to change anytime soon- however it is definitely on our list of things which need to be done. In the meantime, take a look at the updates on this wedding gallery page. The photos show a ceremony at the Catholic Church, Ferntree Gully Melbourne.

The couple were both on time- though not at the same time- and this encouraged the natural fun expressions which you can see throughout the gallery. It might be worth mentioning that this gallery will grow over time, as we find opportunity to prepare images for online migration. Keep watching the page, for weekly updates which will happen in stages as time becomes available.

Are you considering a church wedding followed by a reception venue party later?

Give yourself the best chance at having an awesome day, and do what our bride and groom did here. Allow a generous amount of time for wedding photography. How much is enough? Ideally, you should have absolutely no less than 90 minutes of true shooting time on location, and this does not include travel. If you are trying to cut back wedding care hire time to save money, it’s not worth it. We can show you lots of other ways to save money on a wedding, without compromising anything.

Cutting back on photo time will only put your opportunity for great wedding photography in jeopardy.

Wedding Photography Melbourne and South Eastern Suburbs are pleased to announce the pending release of Summer Specials for 2010. Your wedding can be booked for any future date in 2010 or 2011, and there are some fantastic giveaways with every new booking. Be sure to check out our web site’s wedding photography Melbourne home page for this exciting release!

Published on Monday, 04 January 2010, at 11:24

Come to Bram Leigh Receptions, at 383 Mt Dandenong Rd Croydon to see a range of exhibitors in the Bridal Industry. We have some great specials on offer – a FREE STORYBOARD with every new booking is part of our very special offer. Limited dates are still available in 2010, the offer applies to all weddings booked for 2010, 2011 and 2012. The offer of a free storyboard expires on 14th March 2010, but remember your wedding can be booked for any date in 2010, 2011 or 2012. Read more about our wedding photography Melbourne packages and prices on special now!

On Saturday 9th January 2010 Alison and Bill were married at Chateau Wyuna in Montrose. We photographed their wedding, Chateau Wyuna is a stunning Wedding Photography Melbourne venue, and this day proved to be no exception! There’s a photo of Alison and Bill enjoying some gorgeous summer weather in the grass at Chateau Wyuna, on the front page of this website. Just click the “Home” item in the menu at the top of the page!

Published on Monday 11 January 2010, at 09:31.

Do you want your wedding to be in a Melbourne Bridal Magazine? To find out more, visit our wedding photography melbourne packages page and read about how we can do this for you. There is a great range of packages available right now, but be quick. The specials expire soon.

There is a free storyboard giveaway with every package whether you choose an album or not. Storyboards are an exciting way to present your entire wedding on the wall of your home. They are an attractive, 82cm x 82cm framed collage which has 24 photos around the perimeter, and one central showpiece wedding photo. Each photograph is set within it own bevel cut window, and this stylish presentation – often imitated but never matched or beaten – is framed in a contemporary, eye catching black frame, that looks at home anywhere. Wedding Photo Storyboards are on display at our Dandenong Studio, and at a number of reception venues around Mellbourne’s Suburbs.

Forest Edge restaurant in Gembrook was host to the wedding reception of Charlotte and John, last weekend. It was an outdoor ceremony at a nearby outdoor wedding venue, a magnificent forest wedding setting. With ample shelter nearby, Charlotte and John chose to brave the elements and went ahead with the outdoor ceremony. The result was a gorgeous mystic atmosphere, that prevailed even beyond the forest wedding ceremony, into the photo shoot later, which took place between rain and drizzle events. For more information on our photography, and ways that we shoot in any conditions to bring you those magical images, head across to our Melbourne wedding photographers web site to read more, and to see more melbourne wedding photos, Yarra valley wedding photos, wedding locations and reception venue photos, as well as wedding photography in the Dandenong ranges. Photos featured here were shot around “Forest Edge” restaurant in Gembrook, Yarra Valley, Victoria.