Skye and Lachlan held a simple, private ceremony with their two sets of parents at the Adelaide Births and Marriage registration office in the Adelaide CBD . The great thing about a Adelaide Marriages Registration office wedding is that the ceremony is short, sharp and shiny, whithout costing a huge amount – and yet you still get to take advantage of all the amazing photo spots around Adelaide!
Adelaide Marriages Registration Office Wedding Ceremony
I was surprised to arrive after Skye and her family had – as, as many people know – I tend to arrive far to early to my weddings sometimes, and that’s usually the case for me at the registry office also! All that wer were missing before the ceremony was Lachlan!
Skye and Lachlan’s ceremony was nice and short, with the usual fussing over signing the documents that the resident celebrant takes great pride in having fun doing so, before doing a few family photos and heading out to hit the town!
I suggested we first head over the road to the Adelaide Arcade, which is always a nice way to break up the green photo deluge that usually occurs if you plan on just using the Botanic Gardens for wedding photos.
We head up stairs to use the long, straight passage the ornate space offers, while also using the huge arch window that overlooks Grenfell street for a bit of a dance 🙂
After driving over oto the Adelaide Btanic gardens, we parked along Plane Tree drive, which also allowed us to use the stunning trees in the adjacent Botanic Park. These moreton bay fig trees just have the most stunning roots which are easy to stand amongst and get some great shots!
As we had no bridal party to slow us down, we managed to use quite a bit of the Botanic gardens with a bit of a whirlwind tour, starting out by the friendship gates, zooming around to the famed Palm house, then the gardens in between, before finishing up in the Bicentennial Dome.
Thanks so much for having me be a part of your Adelaide Marriages Registration Office Wedding Skye and Lachlan! I had a blast and I hope you enjoy your photos!