Treacy Centre Wedding Review

The recent Treacy Centre wedding gallery uploaded to our website, features a remarkable set of images from a wedding held in the front garden, beneath the delightful oak tree on the west lawn. The bride arrived in a delightful old Chevrolet tourer, and the entrance was made easy by the circular driveway access. The short walk down the aisle made for a quick start. There was still lots of privacy for the arrival- none of the guests saw the bride until she was ready to be seen!

The wedding ceremony echoed the personalities of the bride and groom. Delightful, funny and engaging, there was much talk later about what a heart-warming ceremony everyone had just witnessed. The photography around the property at the Treacy Centre took in all the sights and favorite spots. There’s lots to photograph in such a small compact space, and if you want to leave the venue in search of different wedding photography opportunities, then everything is very close.

Images within this gallery are from the wedding album as presented to the couple. The group photo was made from an aerial perspective, and the people were in the circular drive and rose garden area, which enabled everyone to be seen by the camera.

That absolutely charming set of stairs is part of the Treacy Centre, and runs from the front office reception desk up to the first floor. We could have spent lots more time there- but family photos beckoned. Typical Melbourne weather- served up three seasons in one day. It meant rain loomed but didn’t fall. A long list of photo stops in a short time, were on the agenda, so we had to be on our way.

We hope you find inspiration here for your Treacy Centre wedding!