Lyrebird Falls Weddings

Waterfalls as Settings for Wedding Photography

A Melbourne Couple have their wedding phtography at a waterfallWedding photography at Melbourne waterfalls can result in images which hang as stunning artistic pieces on your wall at home.

Stunning locations exist, in and around the outer suburbs of Melbourne, enabling you to combine a winery or restaurant wedding, with spectacular location photography like this! See the waterfall weddings on our website, we have photographed weddings at waterfalls in most Australian states. Browse the wedding photography galleries, to see more photos of Winery Weddings in the Yarra Valley to give you inspiration if you're considering a wedding in this magnificent region.

A waterfall location like the one you see pictured here, can be used in any conditions, even in rainy weather. The overhang which forms the waterfall, also creates a roof over the bridal couple- ensuring that they remain dry during the photo shoot.

To get the most from a wedding photography session in a location like this, consider bringing a different pair of shoes, for the short walk in. A comfortable pair of runners will make life easy- and you can always slip your wedding shoes on for the photos on location.

Wedding Photography in locations like this needs extra time allocated, and it's important to allow a very generous time buffer when planning a waterfall shoot. We've done many of these- at every waterfall on the map in outer Melbourne areas, and at some which aren't on maps. If you're considering something like this for your wedding photos, have a read of the wedding planning tips to help you or your wedding planner, design the perfect day.

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