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Jane & Ben’s Melbourne Wedding|Mike & Amy|Melbourn Wedding

May 25, 2015

A little while ago now we had the privledge of attending the wedding of Jane and Ben. It was such a hot day January day. Jane, Ben and your bridal party you did amazing given how hot it was. I can’t believe the temperature in the car said it was 41 degrees. And the wind my goodness that didn’t make it any better!! Both Mike & I attended the wedding. While I spent a couple hours with the girls prior to the wedding Mike spend his time with the boys down at Docklands.

Splinting up before the wedding always makes for a great combination of images I love putting the images together and seeing what happened in sequence.

Jane looked gorgeous as did her bridesmaids. The flowers looked awesome. Jane, Ben and the girls had spent hours making the bouquets – you guys did an amazing job they looked great!!

We headed into the ceremony and of course we were slightly early I love our brides to be early or right on time!! We waiting in one of the back rooms of Melbourne’s gorgeous town Hall on Swanston Street while all the guests arrived and were settled. I loved the setting of the ceremony! So gorgeous!

The ceremony was followed by family photos on the veranda. A big thank you to the family who were so co-operative during the family photos session 🙂

Jane and Ben’s photos were all taken at and around Town Hall before it was time to head down to Docklands to finish off our photo session!!

Jane and Ben- Thank you so much for sharing your gorgeous day with us. Sorry it’s taken forever to share you photos on the blog!! I know it’s been months since you have received them 🙂

Amy & Mike x

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