I was so excited to be asked to photograph the wedding of Melissa and Scott. Not only are they a lovely couple, I am happy to be able to call them my friends! I don’t normally post images this quickly, but I wanted to get a few up before they head off on their honeymoon to Vietnam this evening.
They were married at St Cuthberts Wedding Chapel in Menzies Creek yesterday, in a lovely intimate ceremony in front of family and friends.
Melissa and Scott chose to have some icons of the Dandenong Ranges present in their wedding photos; the Puffing Billy Railway crossing in Menzies Creek and the Trestle Bridge in Selby – both adding to the quiet country atmosphere of the wedding.
The reception was held at Fortnums in Sassafras, a beautiful light filled building, reminiscent of a garden greenhouse. Melissa had gone all out with carrying her theme of purple and black throughout the venue by decorating the tables with rose petals in shades of mauve, topped off with lovely little buckets of rock candy.
More images will follow soon!