A Couple’s Charming Spring Wedding in Montsalvat, Australia

by Bridestory [[ 1507082400000 | amDateFormat:'ll | HH:mm' ]] in Real Weddings 


Amanda and Raphael held a spring wedding at Montsalvat, an artist colony located approximately 40 minutes drive away the north-east of Melbourne. Its lush surroundings and rustic architecture is unlike any place in Australia. In fact, it's like stepping into a slice of rustic European country-side and for this case, perfect for Amanda and Raphael's charming spring wedding. "The place has an ambiance unlike any other places I've been to in Victoria. This was my first time setting foot there and I couldn't be more excited to join their special day," said Aditya of PixlPopr.

Surrounded by their friends and family, the couple said their lifelong vows to each other. The rustic-looking chapel provided an atmospheric backdrop to the whole affair, intensifying intimacy of the moment. As you can see in the photos, the couple's friends and family beamed happily as the bride and groom stated their promises. You can even see Amanda shedding happy tears after being officially pronounced husband and wife.

Yet on top of it all, what we love most was the couple's photo session after the ceremony on Montsalvat's grounds. Again, the charm of the venue really provided a beautiful mood to the photos and needless to say, we are smitten. The photographer added a little excerpt about the whole experience of working for the wedding, "Both the couple and venue were wonderful, which made my work there even more enjoyable."

Would a simple wedding like this be suitable for you? Take another look at the photos and tell us what you think in the comment box below!


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