Winter weddings in Melbourne are always potentially weather-affected, but at least if you have a Tatra Receptions wedding, you have the beautiful and bright (and warm 😉 ) chapel to get married in, as the lovely Siobhan and Scott did on a Thursday afternoon late in June 2018.
Having not met in person (video chat just worked better this time), it was brilliant to meet this beautiful couple in person.
The day started with the guys’ prep and then heading on to Tatra where the girls were done with hair and makeup and about to get ready. With the gorgeous little ones having arrived, we were ready to get Siobhan and Scott married 🙂
Then it was on to family shots and a bridal party shoot around the superb bush and gardens at the Tatra Receptions wedding venue. I really did try not to keep us all outside too long as it was FREEZING, but the bridal party did amazingly well – well done boys, and girls especially (good idea on the shawls Siobhan!).
We did sneak out later for a couple of quick night shots as well – check them out in the post.
Thanks again Siobhan and Scott – and a huge congratulations!
Tatra Receptions Wedding
The celebrant for this Tatra Receptions wedding was lovely bloke James Bett.
On the decks was the always-awesome Shannon from Music with Memories – https://www.facebook.com/musicwithmemories.com.au/
Rings by the good folks at Your Jeweller – https://www.yourjeweller.net/
A little bit more about the venue …
Situated high up at the summit of Mount Dandenong, Tatra Receptions is widely considered one of Melbourne’s premier wedding venues. With its amazing gardens, multiple ceremony locations catering for all weather scenarios, and impressive chandelier-lit ballroom, it is absolutely a venue that will wow your guests.
The ballroom is also newly renovated and includes a gorgeous bridal suite for your preparations (and putting your feet up pre-reception!). There’s a pre-dinner room as well.
One of the other features if considering a Tatra Receptions wedding is that there is accommodation on-site, meaning the bride and groom (and guests) don’t have to travel after the reception.