A Melbourne Fairy Tale – Part2 – the wedding

Secret Garden

HHow dreamy is this silver floor length tutu! It was given to me by the lovely Agnes, from Paper Doll Styling to feature in my photo blog. I just adore the contrast that the satin bow gives to it. It was so perfect for our secret garden theme for our photo shoot. I’ve styled it with a pale pink Alannah Hill cardigan which is embellished with pearly buttons, diamantes, sequins and organza. A tiara was not necessary here.

A princess wedding in Melbourne?

The day was stunning. Sunshine, with a mild fifteen degrees for the end of Autumn. The ivy leaves had turned a lovely soft  pink, perfectly complimenting the tones that I was wearing. Again, I’m feeling like a princess on her wedding day wandering around the palace grounds, waiting for my prince to arrive. The columns and arches add a medieval and romantic feel. Serenity would be the word to describe the overall mood of these photos. I could have hung around there all day!

Wedding Photography by freshPhotography

As photographers, we are also searching for fabulous locations for our photo blog. Melbourne has some pretty special places for any theme our clients wish to have for their wedding day. This is one of them. Styling is super important when it comes to creating wonderful images that will be cherished for many years. The wrong style and colour of dress can make a photo shoot turn out disastrous. At freshPhotography, we take all this into consideration to make it a gorgeous scene.

This is part 2 of our fairy tale trilogy – find the part 1 (Carlton Gardens) here and part 3 will soon be published

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This is part 2 of our fairy tale trilogy – find the part 1 (Carlton Gardens) here and part 3 – the forest nymph.