kangaroo valley wedding photographer

Jul 29, 2020

Tess and Sam had their Kangaroo Valley wedding in the beautiful rolling hills of the Southern Highlands, New South Wales. While the wedding venues Kangaroo Valley holds are plentiful, that this was held on Tess’s parents homestead made for a private setting and beautifully intimate and personal backdrop, with all hands on deck from their community putting their day together.

The most special moments in this gig are often less about the kiss/dance/standard stuff, and more about doing justice to the little bits of quirk on the day… family quirk, friend quirk, subtle things that mean a lot.

I bought along a 1980s 3d camera for the ride. See why I shoot film.

Tess’s close friend was assumed as not being able to make it to their wedding from overseas, so naturally, given that he was in fact making it there, he hid himself in a tractor trailer underneath a tarp, and then sprung out in front of Tess in a gloriously divine moment of reveal.

Beautiful!

Enjoy their little story below.

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Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer
Kangaroo Valley Wedding photographer

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More information on the Kangaroo Valley, NSW

Visit New South Wales: https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/kangaroo-valley

Fremantle Perth Bridal Designer Jaime Lee Major

Jul 18, 2020

Jaime Lee Major is one of Australia’s brightest design stars. Her bridal collection has grown over the last 10 years making her one of the most sought after dressmakers to come out of Australia. Jaime Lee Major wedding gowns are meticulously crafted pieces of art.

A while back I photographed the Perth wedding of Sarah and Dave, which started in a majestic ceremony and ended in an actual rave. Throughout all that this wild Jaime Lee Major creation weathered all the wild glory.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

I wanted to do a piece on her because I am inspired by her wild design talent and outer-space way of approaching bridal gowns for folks wanting something a little more on the edge. Her designs are for the fashion-forward bride (the exact words that came out of David’s lips all day at their wedding).

Jaime Lee Major background

Born and raised in Fremantle (Perth), Jamie Lee Major rose to fame after she designed a gown for Kimbra at the Grammys in 2013. Her blue tulle and Swarovski encrusted dress was seen by 40 million people and she gained a mighty whack of international fame, and said in an interview for VOGUE that she hadn’t really thought about bridal couture but had so many enquiries that it ‘just sort of happened’.

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She’s won WA Designer of the year, been featured in VOGUE, dressed Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Rita Ora (to name a few). Major has since left the red carpet behind her now to focus her creative genius on wedding dress designs.

Luxury wedding dresses like you’ve never seen before

Jaime Lee Major wedding gowns are priced from $5000 to $24,000, but worth every cent. They are pieces of art that she carefully wraps around a human body, and have endless hours of labour put into every last little detail. There are hundreds of thousands of beads, crystals, pearls and stitches in her creations.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

The bridal collection features a lot of tulle and exposed flesh, lavishly covered with luxurious embellishments. They’re a Pinterest board dream. You can forget the classic silhouette or cathedral length train.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

Jaime Lee is talking frills, cuffs, ruffles, sparkles and bespoke demi-couture tailoring. The materials tend to stray away from classic whites and ivories and delve into lux golds and silvers. Something I’m excited to see more of in contemporary weddings.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

If you’re a bride who wants to do things differently then Jaime Lee Major’s collection is awe-inspiring. See-through trouser suits and everything covered in Swarovski will certainly turn some heads and take your Grandmothers idea of the traditional wedding dress for a glorious golden ride. The way the light catches the sparkles and the overstated glamour is perfect for any bridal shoot. 

Jaime Lee Major wedding gowns: also a photographers dream

There is no end to this gifted woman’s creativity. She is such an exciting element in Australian wedding scene. One of her recent catwalk gowns used the most insane floristry to bring her ideas to life.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

I love capturing everything that makes the day special, the bride’s dress is at the top of my list. Be over indulgent, be bountiful, be sumptuous. It’s a wedding, nothing can be too amplified! Your dress should make you feel like you’ve never felt before and there is no way in hell you can’t feel $1million dollars in a Jaime Lee Major wedding gown.

Jaime Lee Major wedding gown bridal party gold and black dresses
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown
Jaime Lee Major wedding gown

Find Jaime Lee Major wedding gowns online

Jaime Lee Major on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jaimeleemajor

Fremantle and Perth Wedding Photography

Steph and Zacs Quarry Farm Wedding, and Fremantle wedding photo locations.

International wedding photographer of the year

Jul 16, 2020

We all go into this strange old gig for different reasons, but never on that list is “to win xx award” (i’m pretty sure my couples don’t really give a shit about that stuff and nor should they). Regardless, it’s nice to be recognised by your peers as international wedding photographer of the year, and winning awards does help for visibility and for sharing of educational content that I enjoy putting a tonne of energy into.

So at the risk of compromising my desire to be a recluse artiste gnawing on my own fermenting dreadlocks (it turns out that celebrating the wins and actually talking about them is a necessary part of the capitalist empire we all find ourselves in), I thought i’d share some images judged at the International wedding photographer of the year (IWPOTY) competition last year, the same competition that i’m also totally rapt to be judging this year. It’s a ripper competition and has been doing tonnes to rebrand an industry that thanks to being associated with cheese and all that jazz, is generally the first thing folks think of when they muse “I wonder where all photographers go to die”.

For me it’s meant the most stupidly wild quests all over the planet, making stuff that matters for real humans.

Winning the analogue category is particularly special to me as i’ve got a huge love for shooting film, and as far as IWPOTY, have a tonne of respect for their judging panel and founder Luke, so it means a lot to be selected.

With this win I thought i’d share a selection of my entries across all the other categories, and I was fortunate to place as a finalist in nearly all categories.

Grandstand, grandstand, look at me me me, here we go.

Actually though, a special shoutout to all my bloody awesome couples who make this happen and (pre covid 19 anyhow) make me well aware i’ve stumbled onto one of the most bloody wonderful jobs on the planet.

I also love that I can look at all of these images and say they were made for them, and not for me, and that’s where it all starts and ends.

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Thanks again to all the judges, and the IWPOTY founder Luke Simon who puts so much time and personal energy into making this happen, and sifting through the thousands of entries submitted from over 50 countries around the world.

Hire me for your wedding here.

Black and White wedding photos

Jul 10, 2020

A set of black and white favourites over the years from here, there everywhere.

New Zealand Blizzard
See this location in Best Melbourne Wedding photo locations.
Melbourne wedding photographer reviews
Analog wedding photographer
Zoe and Adam – Blue Mountains Wedding and Elopement Photographer
35mm film wedding photography
Black and white wedding photos
Steph and Zac – Quarry Farm wedding – more Fremantle weddings.
Black and white wedding photos
Steph and Aleks – I Do Drive Thru
Rupert on Rupert
Alix and Tim – Rupert on Rupert wedding
One Day Bridal wedding dress
Alex Perry Wedding dress
Suzanne Harward gown for Melbourne Registry office wedding portraits
Best modern wedding gowns - Brooke Tyson Ritual
Best modern wedding dresses - Brooke Tyson Ritual
Black and white wedding photos
Fran in Brooke Tyson
Melbourne wedding photographer reviews
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Hannah in Paolo Sebastian
analogue film wedding photographer
Wedding on a Family Property
Dancefloor - Rupert on Rupert
Alix and Tim – Rupert on Rupert wedding
Black and white wedding photos
Black and white wedding photos
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Black and white wedding photos
Yashica Rolleiflex TLR film wedding photography
Black and white wedding photos
Rupert on Rupert
35mm film wedding photography
Yashica Rolleiflex TLR film wedding photography
Jenelle on Parker – film wedding photography
family property wedding
Black and white wedding photos
Analog film wedding photographer melbourne
Kids at weddings
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Destination wedding photographer
Black and white wedding photos
Black and white wedding photos
Black and white wedding photos
Yashica Rolleiflex TLR film wedding photography
Black and white wedding photos
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35mm film wedding photography
Black and white wedding photos
Black and white wedding photos
Suzanne Harward Bluebird Gala Gown
Tash and Laura in Suzanne Harward
Dogs at Warehouse Wedding
Suzanne Harward bridal gown
Melbourne wedding photographer reviews
Black and white wedding photos
New Zealand Blizzard

Shot on Kodak Tri-X

To see how I edit black and white images, head over to Melbourne wedding photography workshop.

Wes anderson style wedding photography

Jun 11, 2020

One of the constant themes in my enquiry inbox is a reference to Wes Anderson styled wedding photography.

Ok. So. There’s something a little (wildly) gratuitous about drawing any connection between a prolific director (for the kids playing at home, that’s Wes Anderson) and the owner of a humble wedding photography business in suburban Melbourne (that’s me).

Wildly, of the level of wildness entertained by 18 year olds who put racing stripes on their Toyota Corollas back in the 90’s thinking it boosted their engines horsepower (I wasn’t one of those, but I *might* have lowered and tinted a 20 year old family sedan). But since I’ve started photographing humans around the world at their weddings, folks keep drawing a connection between the two, without my prompting.

Which is really humbling, as he has a massive body of work, and excellent hair.

So because of that bring raised, I wanted to open up a post about cinematic shooting, symmetry, and how I “find the feel” in seemingly simple situations, show a few images, and cut through to breaking that down: what DO people mean when they say “yeah, that’s got a real Wes Anderson vibe to it”?

Halfacre Melbourne receptionIn a nutshell, it’s overwhelmingly about, simply, symmetry. 

What Sony’s Walkman did to the CD-player back in the 90’s and what Apple’s iPod did to the “portable music player”, Wes Anderson has done with this one enormously broad, fundamental design element.

Symmetry.

It’s usually, (nearly) as simple as that, and it’s what I look for at every wedding. In fact it exists, whether we like it or not – we might just have to crank our neck a little.

Looking at painting - Wes Anderson wedding

If we extend it all a little further though, for me, the elements that give something a “Wes Anderson Vibe” in a broader sense, are:

1: Symmetry
2: A sense of calm/apathy
3: Unification via a thoughtful palette

And that’s without even touching on the intricate ways he weaves a story or creates a particular sense of theatre out of the characters. We could talk all day about the level of formula that his imagination uses, but we’ll just stay in the symmetry & composition saddle for the moment.

For me, I want to bring in a little bit of unique cinema into my Briars Atlas images, without getting too complex. Just a dash of… “I can’t put a finger on it, but when I look at this image, I feel like i’m peering inside a movie”/.

That means having an eye towards what it means to photograph with symmetry and finding calm in the chaos, so that within the set of images I deliver, there can me moments of calm and beauty in seemingly mundane situations.

Here’s a small selections, of my favourite “Wes Anderson” style wedding photos.

From Ryan and Alan, featured on Martha Stewart
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From Kate and Toms Palm Springs Wedding, the cover-couple of Together Journal issue #17
Wes anderson style wedding photography
From Jenelle and Ragan, featured on Equally Wed
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Wes anderson style wedding photography - gather and tailor
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Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography - smoking at wedding
From Maria and Ingos wedding at Pumphouse Point Tasmania – featured on Together Journal
Pumphouse Point Tasmania
Pumphouse Point tasmania
From Maria and Ingos wedding at Pumphouse Point Tasmania – featured on Together Journal
From Sarah and Pauls wedding at Zonzo Estate
From Tim and Alix, featured on Ivory Tribe
From Jenelle and Parker, featured on Wedding Chicks
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography - kids on trampoline
From Matylda and Shane, featured on Nouba
Wes anderson style wedding photography - kid peering
Brunswick wedding
Wes anderson style wedding photography
From Dan and Dre’s engagement shoot
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
From Ryan and Alan, featured on Martha Stewart
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
Wes anderson style wedding photography
From Ryan and Alan, featured on Martha Stewart

Elopement Photographer Melbourne

Mar 16, 2020

Melbourne Elopement Photography: what do less stress, more money left in the account, and rampant good times have in common?

They’re just three of the (many) glorious benefits to either having an elopement or small wedding. At Briars Atlas Elopement Photography Melbourne Services Pty Ltd (let’s run with that name for now) i’ve photographed so many beautiful small weddings and elopements in Melbourne and in greater Victoria including the Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley.

I’m a Melbourne elopement and small weddings photographer, and one of the great joys of this job is working with smaller intimate weddings, with just you two, and maybe a tiny crew. It’s a chance to enjoy the meaningful part of the whole wedding thing (the marriage bit) with so much more calm and clarity.

The other great thing about a small wedding or elopement in Melbourne or greater Victoria is that there is usually more flexibility to have it all happen any day of the week. Generally though, they happen on a Wednesday through Saturday, but it can of course be any day you like.

Elopement photographer Victoria

If you’re considering a small wedding or eloping in Melbourne, you can see a list of my favourite wedding photo locations in Melbourne that i’ve put together, all with examples of couples i’ve worked with at each of them.

Pair one of our brilliant locations with one of Melbournes best wedding celebrants, and you’re off to a flying start. In my experience, elopements can be anywhere between 1 and 10 hours long, however the average length of elopement photography is probably somewhere around the 2-4 hour mark: enough to capture your beautiful ceremony, and then some portraits and gentle anarchy afterwards.

Take a look at the beautiful couples below, and if you feel like the way I see things could be the right fit for your small wedding or elopement, i’d love to have a chinwag (/shiraz, etc).

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Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
View Maria and Ingos gorgeous Pumphouse Point tasmanian Elopement.
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Elopement photographer Victoria
Elopement photographer Victoria
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See Kate and Toms incredible Palm Springs Elopement.
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Melbourne Elopement photography
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Melbourne Elopement photography
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Melbourne Elopement photography
I shot this image on beautiful old film with a half century old camera. See why i’m a film wedding photographer.

Looking for small wedding and elopement photography in Melbourne?

I’ve photographed nearly 200 beautiful weddings of all sizes across Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Geelong, greater country Victoria, and beyond. I’ve got plenty of advice i’m happy to share.

If you’d like to make an enquiry to me, you can reach me here:

https://briarsatlas.com/enquire

Quarry Farm Wedding

Aug 10, 2019

Back in 2016, Steph, a brilliant photographer in her own right, reached out to see if I’d head over to Fremantle to photograph her Quarry Farm wedding to the debonair Zac (who has an uncanny resemblance to old mate Westley from my all-time favourite film, Princess Bride).

After musing on it for all of 0.0413 seconds I said yes, and one of the joys, apart from the general brilliance of spending a day with these to maestros, was discovering a gem of Fremantle – Quarry Farm.

Enjoy the images from their day – and what was the first ever wedding hosted at this glorious venue outside of Perth. It’s always a wild honour photographing an artists wedding, and it’s crazy to me that over half of my bookings these days are from fellow wedding photographers! It raises the stakes a little bit, but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Steph and Zacs Quarry Farm wedding was featured on Polka Dot Bride. Head over there to see their full day and beautiful story.

Steph and Zacs Quarry Farm wedding.

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Quarry Farm Wedding

Steph and Zac didn’t see each other beforehand, but shared a prayer together with a dash of touch on the morning.

Quarry Farm Wedding
Quarry Farm Wedding

I imagine that when the bridal designers were creating this gown, the exact thing they had in mind was “bridal peace ninja”.

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Quarry Farm Wedding
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Quarry Farm Wedding
Fremantle Wedding Portraits
Fremantle Wedding Portraits
Fremantle Wedding Portraits

See more kids at weddings here.

Fremantle Wedding Portraits
Fremantle Wedding Portraits

The classic Fremantle walk – one of my favourite areas to shoot Fremantle wedding portraits in. The historic Fremantle back streets make for a marvellous backdrop to have a stroll through.

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Quarry Farm Wedding portraits
Quarry Farm Wedding portraits
Quarry Farm Wedding portraits
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Quarry Farm Wedding portraits
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uarry Farm Dancefloor

Steph and Zacs reception dance floor began with a dance-off between herself, her dad and brother.

Candle wedding portrait

Quarry Farm has a little lake at the base of the reception room, brilliant for a secluded little spot to escape to for some evening portraits.

Quarry Farm call themselves the best rustic wedding venue in Perth and it’s pretty easy to see this holds up, with a huge diversity of usable areas and natural surrounds on over 200 acres.

Find Quarry Farm online

Quarry Farm website: https://www.quarryfarm.com.au/

Find Quarry Farm in real life

1475 South Western Hwy, Whitby WA 6123

Book me for your Perth or Fremantle wedding

I regularly photograph weddings in Perth and Fremantle, and there are no additional costs or complexities involved. Reach out to me via my enquiry form over here.

Looking for an incredible Perth wedding gown designer? Check out Jaime Lee Major.

Fortyfive Downstairs wedding

Jul 2, 2019

I get a lot of the most beautiful enquiries for weddings, from all sorts of humans and all types of celebrations. But every now and then one stands out as something of a… unique first. An enquiry asking if i’d shoot their Albanian Rock n Roll Warehouse Rave Wedding stands out as one such enquiry. I teamed up with the brilliant Nat Sproal (also headlining my piece on the best Melbourne wedding celebrants here), for this incredible Fortyfive Downstairs wedding in Melbourne, which began with gentle calm and after the rave stuff, ended with Saranda putting a fire-hose on Brendan enthusiastically trying to corral some last portraits at the local Maccas.

Legends.

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Book a Fortyfive Downstairs wedding

Fortyfive Downstairs website: https://www.fortyfivedownstairs.com/wp2016/private-events/

quat quatta wedding

Apr 7, 2019

Two artists and art-lovers brought their community together for their glorious Quat Quatta Wedding in Ripponlea, Melbourne. Nadisha and Tendai brought on the skills of the inimitable Yo Mafia, who came to tear up their reception dance-floor (in between doing RNB gigs in literal stadiums around the world).

A Mariachi band set the tone as guests walked into the beautiful Quat Quatta grounds, leading into their soft and brilliant ceremony.

Quat Quatta have also been featured on a list of the most unique venues in Melbourne, and is one of my most favourite venues in Melbourne to photograph a wedding at. Incredible heritage surrounds, lush greenery, and an interior and exterior that can be transformed into any direction you can imagine. Check out the incredible Quat Quatta wedding of Nadisha and Tendai to see how they celebrated there.

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Book Quat Quatta for your wedding

Quat Quatta website: https://www.quatquatta.com.au/

Quat Quatta has an enormous spread of spaces ranging from a festooned outdoor area for ceremonies, incredible heritage rooms, and every sort of texture imaginable in and around those. I usually avoid taking couples away from the grounds for their portraits – just because there are so many brilliant options on-site, which means no battling inner-city traffic, as well as getting back to your crew to knock down wines and continue the celebrations sooner rather than later.

Rupert on Rupert wedding

Mar 23, 2019

Rupert on Rupert is the most stylish intersection of sass and grit hidden inside inner Collingwood. I’ve been fortunate to photograph there, drink there, party there, meet there, and setup my other companies styling installations there. Each and every time it’s a treat to be inside, and this set of images is from Alix and Tims Rupert on Rupert wedding.

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Alix and Tim’s first dance, film noir style on the floor of Rupert on Rupert.

Rupert on Rupert Reception

The incredible interior looks straight out of a David Lynch or Wes Anderson film.

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The iconic Rupert on Rupert floral wallpaper backdrop!

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Kids at weddings

Not everyone was up for the party. Head over here to see more images of kids at weddings.

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Rupert on Rupert Reception
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Rupert on Rupert has room for up to 220 people in a cocktail setting – with many of those folks ending up in this classic chesterfield room.

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Rupert on Rupert Ceremony

Tim and Alix running the bridal gauntlet for their entrance to the warehouse venue.

Rupert on Rupert

Simple hangouts in beautiful classic Collingwood backdrops near Rupert on Rupert. The back streets of Collingwood and nearby Fitzroy have an endless number of industrial, gritty, and historical backdrops, and just a 10-15 minute walk around the venue makes for endless photo opportunities.

Rupert on Rupert Interior design
Rupert on Rupert

Rupert on Rupert was also featured in my post about Alternative wedding venues in Melbourne – see the post to find more wedding venues like this. If you’re considering having your wedding at Rupert, i’m happy to share a bunch of information on all the hidden gold around the area, as well as tips on making the most of a wedding at the venue.

Find Rupert on Rupert

Rupert on Rupert online: www.rupertonrupert.com.au
Venue size: Warehouse cosy, with room to rave. 85 seated, 220 cocktail.

Hire me to photograph your Rupert on Rupert wedding

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How To Get Married Quickly In Australia

May 17, 2017

When it comes to a phenomenal wedding package, the team at Tuggeranong Homestead are not here to mess about. They’ve got some amazing inclusions, an awesome venue that’s perfect for capturing wedding photography and videography and an air of serenity that Darryl Kerrigan would be entirely unable to resist. Let’s take a look at some Tuggeranong Homestead wedding photos and learn a little more about the services they offer to couples about to tie the knot.

Tuggeranong Homestead Location

As far as the ACT goes, Tuggeranong is a delightfully natural area directly south of Canberra. It’s full of Nature Reserves and borders multiple National Parks. The various scenic drives and lookouts are all sights you must see if you visit Canberra at any point.

Tuggeranong Homestead is located in the very heart of Tuggeranong Valley, not even half an hour out of Canberra CBD and airport.

The Tuggeranong Creek runs but a stone’s throw away, adding to the already naturally peaceful setting.

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Tuggeranong Homestead Wedding Venue

The venue itself is a gorgeous rustic homestead on 70 acres of the vast, secluded Aussie outdoors. The Homestead and its surrounding features exude an old-timey flavour that radiates “home”, “love” and “welcome”.

With your wedding package you get exclusive access to all the on-site areas listed below. These are perfect for hosting events, accommodation and of course, capturing some epic wedding photos and videos.

  • A sandstone paved cafe garden, perfect for the ceremony and reception.
  • A large homestead with several rooms available to host functions including the Drawing Room with two gorgeous open fireplaces and the Sunroom contained entirely within large windows.
  • A machinery shed that screams, “capture amazing rustic photos here”.
  • Garden marquees to provide some cover to guests.
  • A bandstand to host a dancefloor and/or live band.
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Inclusions

There are so many bits and pieces included in a Tuggeranong Homestead wedding package that I simply cannot fit them all in one short blog post. Here are a few though, that should help you figure out whether this venue is the one for you and your partner…

  • A commercial kitchen and fully licensed bar to cater for everything you need food and drinks wise.
  • Reception chairs and tables, chairs for guests for the ceremony and some super chic antique furniture for the signing.
  • Free overnight parking in a well-lit space.
  • Fairy lights in the machinery shed to add to the magical charm of the venue.
  • A fire pit with seating surrounding it for a chilled, late-night fireside chat.
  • Pet-friendly grounds.

And much, much more! Just head to their website to see all the other amazing inclusions on offer.

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Tuggeranong Homestead Wedding Photos

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Tuggeranong Homestead wedding portraits
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For a charming, serene, rustic wedding, Tuggeranong Homestead has everything you need and more!

For some delightfully rustic Castlemaine wedding venues, check out this blog in the Briar’s Atlas Notes!

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