I love it when couples get married at the Victorian Marriage registry. The registry is the largest provider of intimate wedding ceremonies in Victoria. Here at Jessica Abby Photography, we have photographed many happy couples at the Registry Office. The Old Treasury Building is one of Melbourne’s finest heritage-listed buildings, and the photos you can take here are so beautiful. The building dates back from 1858-1862.
The Treasury Building is on the edge of the famous Treasury Gardens and a short walk to Parliament House. It is only minutes away from two of the most amazing Melbourne Wedding Photography Locations.
If you would also like to get photographs at the very popular laneways of Melbourne, it can be done. We will have time to fit them all in. Some couples underestimate how many photo locations you can fit into a small frame of time.
If you’re thinking of having your wedding at the registry, it’s a great idea. You can have a beautiful celebration and have it documented with gorgeous photographs. Here are a few words on how to get married at the Victorian Marriage Registry and get the best wedding photos at the same time.
- The Ceremony
Your celebrant will guide and support you through your chosen marriage ceremony. It’s always an effortless and very intimate event; the ceremony takes approximately 10 to 20 minutes. As your Melbourne registry wedding photographer, Jessica Abby Photography will photograph for the entire event. We’ll capture from the entry, ceremony, congratulations and exiting as a married couple.
- After the Ceremony
After you are married, it’s a perfect time to take photographs of you both exiting the building and celebrating with your friends and family either out the front of the historical building or in the Treasury Gardens. After the formalities are complete you can then capture your magical bridal portraits in the Treasury Gardens, Parliament House, and city laneways. At Jessica Abby Photography, we talk through the timing and photo locations with our couples. We also provide you with a timeline of the day, although it may be a small window of time it still needs to be mapped out to utilise the most of your time. This makes the photography process easier for everyone, and we all have a great time.