A Melbourne Zoo wedding gallery – highlights of Niki and Paul’s Melbourne Zoo wedding in September, 2013.
Gotta absolutely love that London bus turning up with all the guests, groom and bride! 🙂
Always cool when the bride and groom arrive together, especially travelling in style. When Anne and I were working in London it was always a case of trying to avoid having to these buses (call me a posh git), not ride them to a wedding!
Beautiful bride and groom walking down the aisle together on the way to their Melbourne Zoo wedding reception.
Loving the look on Paul’s face in this shot. This was taken in the butterfly house. He has the look on his face of a man who thinks he might have caught his own beautiful butterfly 🙂
Melbourne Zoo wedding – Anojini and Steve’s wedding ceremony was in the beautiful Japanese Garden, hidden away in the Melbourne Zoo’s grounds. It’s a beautiful little spot for a very modern and intimate wedding, not necessarily what you think of when you think “Melbourne Zoo wedding“. Not an animal in sight, at least, for the ceremony.
Loved this shot of Anojini’s 2-part floral wedding dress hanging in the window with the bridesmaid’s dress, the light really worked shining through the different dress fabrics.
Absolutely beautiful wedding rings.
Now there’s a happy Mum – what a beautiful smile.
Serious fingernails there. Thanks Steve for carefully giving me a great shot of the ring going onto Anojini’s finger 🙂
Traditional flower garlands were hung over the bride and groom’s neck as a Sri Lankan touch to the wedding.
It wouldn’t be a Melbourne Zoo wedding without some of the animals photobombing …
The 1800’s carousel at the Zoo is always a favourite spot for Melbourne Zoo wedding shoots. There are lots of great spots for wedding images if you’re having a Zoo wedding, but this is definitely one of them.
Loved this cupcake tower, but it does always pose the question “how do you cut it”?