This is the wedding photography blog for Melbourne based photographer Brent Lukey.

Brent combines a documentary and editorial style capturing classic, natural moments without making the day feel like a photo shoot.

He will travel anywhere, but mostly gets about Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, and Geelong.

You can contact Brent on 0427 483 836 and look at more work at his web sites.

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Yarra Valley Wedding Venue Showcase

Yarra Valley Wedding Venue Showcase
Friday 8th of September 2017

For 16 years I have managed avoid the ‘bridal’ marketplace - the fairs, the exhibitions, the ‘oh-I-feel-a-bit-sick-too-much-false-beauty’ thing. But I’ve been asked nicely and I’ve thought about it and I’m doing a ‘showcase’ yes, doing one, bit weird maybe, but I make the most of everything, so it will be fun.

Therefore, if you are looking for a venue, a kombi van, a cake, or want to talk to people who are passionate about flowers and table settings, and of course myself, a photographer, come along to Yarra Valley Lodge Friday 8th September in the evening! The sun will set, the garden will sparkle with fairy lights and there will be free drinks and food. So join us and join me for a chat – I like company, and champagne. Cheers, Brent.

Oh and Yarra Valley Lodge are offering a dinner and accommodation prize for one lucky couple who attend.

Details -
Yarra Valley Lodge – 2 Heritage Avenue, Chirnside Park.
Friday 8th of September 5pm to 9pm.

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

It's all about the Melbourne Streets on my Instagram.

This winter I've been walking and photographing Melbourne, come and take a look on my Instagram.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

The bride and her father make an entrance - St Thomas Aquinas, South Yarra.

One of the great moments of the wedding day is when the bride enters the ceremony, this is Elisa and her father John making a joyous entrance at St Thomas Aquinas in South Yarra in July.

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Michelle and Stephen's wedding - St Martin's and Bistro Gitan, South Yarra.

There is an abundance of wedding 'inspiration' on blogs, pinterest pages, instagram and magazines; saturated and dripping with wedding 'must dos'. So much instruction and information that I expect many brides feel a little ill from the fomo, the over-the-top beauty and so-called perfection the day. If you are starting to bloat on bridal madness keep this in mind, your wedding day can be a simple, fabulous and elegant affair using your local church, a friend's car, the path (or park) you walk regularly together and the French restaurant you love and want to share with your closest friends and family. This is what Michelle and Stephen did and everyone had a great time.