- Bride preparation: Marlo Hotel, Gippsland
- Groom Preparation: Marlo Caravan Park
- Wedding ceremony: ‘The Wedding Tree’ Marlo Hotel
- Location photo shoot: Hotel grounds, Beach Road Jetty
- Wedding Reception: Marlo Hotel, Gippsland
Gippsland Wedding Photographer
Michael & Amber were married at the Marlo Hotel on a beautiful sunny autumn day in a lovely small fishing village approx 400km north east of Melbourne. We arrived early morning and scouted locations for their photo shoot – lots pretty places all within 5-10 minute drive.
A few quick photos of the bride and bridesmaids getting hair and makeup done at ‘Hair on Argyle’ then headed next door to Marlo caravan park where Michael was getting ready with his Groomsmen, family and friends. We drove down to the Beach Road jetty for a few quick photos before heading to the Hotel where Amber and Bridesmaids were getting ready.
Wedding Ceremony & Reception – Marlo Hotel
The historic Marlo Hotel perched on a small hilltop overlooks the Snowy River and estuaries. Michael & Amber’s fun and lighthearted garden ceremony was underneath ‘the wedding tree’ on the lawns of the hotel.
One of the locals was kind enough to share their vintage cars – Ford Mustang and Ford Streetrod – for some awesome photos by the ceremony location then we did a quick drive down to a local fishing jetty for some photos before heading back for the wedding reception.
Marlo Hotel, Gippsland
Located 15 km south of Orbost and 396 km east of Melbourne, Marlo is a holiday and fishing village at the mouth of the Snowy River, popular with fisherman, water enthusiasts and ideal seaside relaxation. The township of Marlo offers a wide range of activities for everyone.
At the heart of the town sits the Marlo Hotel, perched on the hill, overlooking the estuaries and entrance, established in 1886, has been operating for over 120 years, offering accommodation, private function areas, good food, cold beverages, clean ocean air and a friendly pub atmosphere.
Wedding Photographer Gippsland
All our couples receive unlimited edited images (approx 500+) on USB in High Resolution (suitable for printing) and the same images in Low Resolution (suitable for viewing on your computer and sharing online).