Melbourne Registry Wedding Photography

Low-key? Relaxed? Jacinta and Hayden's Melbourne registry wedding was all that and more. A beautiful day and a cocktail reception provided these two with a quiet and straightforward photo walk before their ceremony at the Old Treasury building in Melbourne. With Melbourne's stunning gardens, laneways and even public transport at their beck and call, this Melbourne registry wedding was going to be one to remember.

Melbourne Wedding Photography

There are so many beautiful places within walking distance of the Old Treasury Building in Melbourne. Melbourne's stunning gardens and laneways are all within a few minutes walk of this Spring St. Venue. Jacinta and Hayden opted for a little bit of everything before heading to the Treasury for their ceremony. With the weather behaving itself for a change, Melbourne wedding photography had never seemed so appealing! We set to wandering around for a while, taking photos at some of Jacinta and Hayden's favourite spots.

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The Old Treasury Building

Constructed in 1858-1862, The Old Treasury building houses galleries and two rooms for wedding ceremonies. It is considered one of the finest and best-preserved buildings of its time. It's a first-class choice for an intimate wedding ceremony, with some of Melbourne's finest gardens and laneways nearby. If it's small and intimate you're after, you really should consider the Old Treasury Building.

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Party at Mezcalito Agave bar

After their short Melbourne registry wedding, Jacinta, Hayden, and their guests posed for a few group shots outside the Treasury Building. Then it was time to head to their chosen venue - Mezcalito Agave Bar - for a games-themed wedding reception. With Nintendos being projected onto the walls and board games around the venue, it was a fitting way to celebrate their wedding. We wish Jacinta and Hayden all the best in their future together!

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