5 Best Photogenic Locations For A Micro-Wedding

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Micro-Wedding

Since Coronavirus many things have changed in the wedding industry, and that includes the way a lot of people are choosing to plan and proceed with their wedding! With little guest lists to keep track of or time-consuming catering events to plan, micro-wedding is the next best thing for those who favour a minimalist lifestyle.

However, with these massive perks in mind, where should the to-be bride and groom look to find the perfect micro-wedding location?

The Olinda Tea House

Situated in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, the Olinda Tea House is a sophisticated restaurant with a picturesque floral sanctuary, perfect for those wanting to embrace the simplicities of nature and dining. Have photos taken of the joys of good food and even better company!

Couples with a passion for all things tea, this venue offers a delicious menu of oriental-inspired high teas and classy menus. Enjoy white teas, green tea, jasmine teas, oolong teas, freshly prepared sandwiches, scones, mousse, chocolate cake, a petit dessert wheel and so much more! For couples looking for a classy location that supports as little as 20 guests, a tiny wedding will be one to remember.

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The Riverstone Estate

The Yarra Valley is notorious for breathtaking wedding venues, and The River Stone Estate has a romantic package deal for micro weddings. Couples can surround themselves in an immersive valley landscape of greenery and countryside, a dreamy backdrop for any photo shoot.

Short and sweet can benefit everyone. Whether there have been 5 or 50 people invited, this estate caters to ceremonies as short as 3 hours long! Have romantic photos taken in the afternoon sun for golden wedding photography? This would be a great location to enjoy a small wedding any time of the year.

Source: The Riverstone Estate

The Warratina Lavender Farm

For those who love the scent of lavender flowers, the Warratina Lavender Farm in Wandin North, Victoria is known for its beautiful lavender estate. This farm is well-suited to weddings of any size!

Use the scenery for a series of creative photos! If the wedding colour scheme is purple, this will complement the wedding photography. Imagine a lavender-themed photoshoot with bridesmaids! The elegance of flowers can go a long way with couples as the focal point.

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Steamboat Wedding Cruises

Cruising in the heart of Melbourne’s Southbank is eventful on its own, so adding in a micro-wedding would make the moment even more of a luxury. Steamboat Wedding Cruises have just enough space for couples to invite those closest to them, as well as take part in what cruises have to offer. Cruise through the Crown Waterfront, Princess Bridge, Botanic Gardens, Bolte Bridge and more.

Entertainment, food, decorations and scenery is already covered, all brides and grooms need to do is pose for those Yarra River backdrops. Sight-see the city at night and behold the gorgeous wedding photos afterwards. With the gleaming city lights, photos will be full of newfound energy and happiness.

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P&O Wedding Cruises

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Thinking about an island adventure after the wedding? For those who love the ocean as well as travelling, P&O Cruises have the whole package deal for a wedding that can be customised to a couple’s liking. Accommodating up to 30 people, you don’t need to stress on big, stretched-out plans!

P&O’s premium package deals include priority checking in onto the ship, a rose bouquet, an iced wedding cake, evening dinner, refreshments, spa treatment, marriage certificate, and 3 hours of photography! Additional add-ons such as drinks or decorations can be made in advance.

With a view of the docked port – Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane – on a special day, the wedding has everything newlyweds will need. With a P&O Cruise, couples have the added bonus of a joyful holiday long after the ceremony has ended.