Lizzy C Photography, Melbourne Photographer

A Holy Trinity Church Brunswick + MCG Wedding

We love shooting weddings that give us a glimpse into other cultures. For Snezana and Paul’s big day, we got an up-close look at Serbian traditions. Held at Holy Trinity Church in Brunswick, the memorable ceremony was conducted by a priest-led choir—their voices resonated throughout the church beautifully.

Afterward, we took a quick detour to Victoria Park to photograph the couple in their wedding attire. Snezana and Paul, both enjoy the outdoors, were truly in their element. The reception took place at Melbourne’s iconic Cricket Ground (MCG). It felt surreal standing in the middle of the empty stadium, and the newlyweds revelled in the moment, taking the opportunity to have a little impromptu dance practice.
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Comments (1)

  1. Anonda says:

    Harry, you’re wrong. MTR is certainly on ditigal, I’m listening to it right now. All that happened is that they also kept a second channel on ditigal called ‘3MP MyMP’ with that music. Rescan your ditigal radio if you don’t have a station named MTR 1377 on it. Rescanning procedures depend on your model.