Milanos Brighton might have been where we ended up, but it was such an awesome day working with Kladie and Andrew that it seemed to take a long time to get there!
I did something I love to do with these guys, which was getting to the rehearsal during the week. Turned out to be even more important this time, due to the venue being the cosy little Phoenix Theatre in Elwood.
After the ceremony, we joined up again down in St Kilda for a beach shoot at some hand-picked locations. These guys were so much fun to work with, with such a lovely bridal party, that it was an absolute pleasure.
Then once we had all got hot and sandy, it was great to get back to Milanos Brighton for a cool glass of … water of course, but I did see the bridal party washing the dust down with a couple of appropriate beverages 🙂
The ceremony was held at the Phoenix Theatre, by special arrangement – check it out at https://www.onlymelbourne.com.au/phoenix-theatre
We then took photos on the beach at St Kilda, before heading to Milanos Brighton for the reception – https://www.milanos.com.au/
A little more about Milanos Brighton …
A historic venue dating back to the 1840, Milano’s Brighton Tavern is still one of the key landmarks in the bayside suburb of Brighton.
Some of the modern features of the venue include a bistro, outside dining courtyard and a function and event room (which we used for Kladie and Andrew’s reception). On the upper level, there’s another function space and a terrace with outstanding views of the Bay.
For wedding couples, there’s also a private bridal suite for you and your brige & groom tribes and dedicated pre-dinner drinks space.
Thanks again to the folks at Milanos Brighton for giving Kladie and Andrew a great night and a celebration to remember 🙂