Tatra Wedding Photography Mount Dandenong

Unique, Fun and Young Wedding, making the most of the bad weather.

I can’t believe that 16 months have passed since I met Beth and Luke in our first wedding interview.  I remember meeting them clearly as at that time I welcomed my first baby boy Ashton into this world, and funnily enough as I write this I now, I also have a beautiful newborn baby girl Gracie.  Wow! It’s amazing how fast time goes by!

They picked a beautiful garden wedding location at Tatra Mount Dandenong , with the intention of creating a great fun atmosphere for their guests with giant chess pieces, crocket, giant Jenga, connect four etc, unfortunately due to the continuous rain the guests did not get to enjoy the beautiful garden wedding and planned activities, however with a little additional lighting, and Beth and Luke braving the elements, they made for great photographic scenes.

I like to personalise and know everyone’s names, but with this wedding I had to admit I had to refer to my cheat sheet a few times with 16 people in the bridal party.

Once again it was a great pleasure working together with Melbourne Videographers Rochelle and Dean from Sauvignon Media Creations, I LOVE their work so much and can’t wait to see the edit!

We got so many fantastic images that Beth and Luke that when choosing images for the album they handed me a “short” list of 700+ images that they LOVED!

Thanks again guys for being a great, fun and brave couple!

Family and friends can view all the images and order prints by clicking the following link: Online Wedding Photo Gallery

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