Ash and Mick, Inglewood Estate

Wedding Photography Melbourne, Inglewood Estate

Inglewood Estate

I always know it’s going to be a great day when I arrive at the groom’s house and find a relaxed and happy bunch of guys getting ready, and that was absolutely the case when I met Mick and the guys in a very Eltham-y house in Eltham.

Then I headed down to see bride Ashlee and her lovely family for the girls preparations not far away. And the dog, of course! It was really a contrast in sizes of people – being a “smaller statured” person myself, I felt like a little person among Mick and his family, but I reckon I was almost the tallest at Ash’s place – which is a rare thing for me! We had some fun getting some great getting ready shots and few posed pre-wedding shots before heading off to the lovely Inglewood Estate.

I love shooting at Inglewood Estate – great chapel that’s perfect for either indoor or outdoor wedding, and lots of gorgeous locations around the property for interesting and different images – you could shoot for hours there using different spots and ideas.

But with the sun setting, we didn’t have hours – so it was on to the reception and a rocking band to push the dance floor along. Great day ๐Ÿ™‚ and I think I got some great shots for Ash and Mick.

Inglewood Estate – Laura and Jerome’s Autumn wedding

Inglewood Estate

Raining. Seriously raining, all day, including when I arrived at Inglewood Estate. All day, that is, up until 5 minutes before Laura arrived! The sun broke through and gave us some beautiful light to shoot in as the darkness drew in. A very fun and smiley ceremony between two very happy people, it was just brilliant and a privilege to be a part of.

You can also see a more recent wedding we shot at Inglewood Estate here – .

These beautiful bridal cars looked great against the rustic backdrop at Inglewood.

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Beautiful bride Lauraย  – very nervously waiting and almost ready to get married. Almost ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Jerome and Laura had specifically asked me whether I could come around behind them, and capture their first kiss looking back towards the guests. That was absolutely fine of course, and I think this shot worked out great.

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I love this little bridge at Inglewood, although there always seems to be some buy celexa uk faint concern when there are big bridal parties there. It’s a timber bridge and although structurally I’m sure it’s fine it does make some funky noises when you walk across it. Also, to shoot from this angle I’m down in a dry lake bed, which isn’t always that dry …

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A May wedding and the ivy was really turning red as winter approached in the Yarra Valley.

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This shot really worked that day, you wouldn’t know it but it was pretty much getting dark by the time we got this shot. And I like the detail in the willow tree.Also, because the bouquets were all while, it really worked to have those little bundles of white flowers against the girls’ black lace dresses – the contrasts just make this shot work.

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Some late shots with the the beautiful old Jag also meant that the guys could jump in and take a ride up the hill to the reception.

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