Tatra Receptions Wedding Photography
17th April 2014
Today we have the pleasure to relive a wonderful wedding we photographed at Tatra Receptions in Mt Dandenong last November.
We are very excited to be blogging about the wedding as we recently delivered a stunning Coffee Table Book to the lovely Melina and Joseph and we wanted to share the images of their beautiful wedding with you all.
We started the day capturing our radiant bride getting ready. She looked like a bohemian princess.
We loved her elegant dress and her beautiful hairstyle of cascading curls, styled by Veronica Failla and crowned by a gorgeous headband.
We also loved her choice of transportation, a cute VW Kombi van. We had to capture our marvellous bride and her bridesmaids posing with it.
Talking about cuteness, what about the outfits of the little pageboy and flower girls? Just gorgeous!
After a few more formal shots with the stunning bride, her gorgeous bridesmaids and her beautiful family, we rushed to Tatra Receptions to meet Joseph, her gorgeous groom.
Joseph and his groomsmen arrived in two big four-wheel drive trucks. We captured a few formal shots of the boys, looking very dapper in matching grey suits before the arrival of Melina.
The ceremony, officiated by the masterly Lynton Round, took place in the picturesque garden. What a wonderful setting for this gorgeous couple.
Once the couple tied the knot, we captured the traditional family photos and a group shot.
We then strolled through the garden of Tatra Receptions with our happy couple and the bridal party for the Formal Wedding Photography. With such a beautiful location we were really spoiled for choice.
Our favourite shots were captured towards the end of the photo session. Looking at the images, would you believe if we told you they were taken in a dark wet evening? Only a great professional wedding photographer like Andrea Harris-Poddi could produce such artistic images in the worst light conditions.
When planning your wedding, contact Amarcord Photography. We care about your memories as much as you do.