Planning

We plan, coordinate and style weddings, elopements, corporate and personal events, making sure no detail is missed so you experience an incredible stress free occasion.

The Wedding Shed

The Wedding Shed is Byron Bay Weddings’ one stop shop for furniture, prop and décor hire.

Feast Events

Feast Events are all about creating a fun atmosphere which exudes a playful and informal vibe.

Our Venues

Byron Bay offers an abundance of incredible wedding venues. Whether you’re after ocean views, a hinterland outlook, total luxury or barn style, it really won’t be hard to find a venue which ticks all the boxes.

Up close with Byron Bay’s most talented wedding photographers

With many talented wedding photographers around it’s no surprise it can be daunting to pick one. Not only are your wedding photographs a super personal part of the experience, but your photographer is one person who will be with you most of the day so you’ll want someone who resonates with you. We’ve asked the questions you need answers to from Byron Bay’s finest photographers.

What is your photographic background?

Tennille Fink Photography
I’ve been documenting weddings since 2010 but started with a little second-hand film camera when I was 15. I found that I learned best by doing, so I started shooting my friends and mundane stuff around the house to play with light and settings. Weddings piqued my interest after my own wedding and I loved the whole process. Our wedding photos mean so much, especially after we lost a dear family member soon after.

Kate Belle Photography
I’ve been shooting weddings in the Northern Rivers since 2005 and as a natural progression I continue to document milestones in the lives of couples I work with beyond their wedding day as they start families. Byron Bay is by far my favourite place to shoot in the world but with Kate Belle Photography I travel often for destination work in locations including Hawaii, New Orleans, Puerto Rico, and more.

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Kate Belle Photography

Carly Tia
I decided to study photography after years of setting it aside as just an interest that I had. I was studying photography for myself rather than looking to find a job, and I honestly didn’t think it would lead to anything. It wasn’t until I was asked to capture a friend’s wedding that I saw how much fun it was and that I could be doing this full time! I’ve now been photographing weddings for nearly 5 years in the Byron Bay area and around Australia.

Carly Tia

Possum Creek Studios
I completed a Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts) with Honours at QUT in Brisbane, then worked full-time for 2 photographic studios over the course of 10 years shooting weddings, portraits, events, and fashion.  I then launched Possum Creek Studios my own photography studio in 2010 and the rest is history!

Shane Shepherd
I started out taking photos on an old Pentax film camera 15 years ago, whilst touring as a guitarist for a punk band. I loved the documentary side of photography, shooting behind the scenes stuff. Funnily enough I never really shot bands performing, I was always more interested in shooting the tour manager taping something up or fans waiting in line to get in. In 2009, I decided to study photography, and here I am 10 years and 400+ weddings later. 

Shane Shepherd

Ivy Road Photography
I completed my Bachelor and Honours degrees in Visual Communication at The University of South Australia back when photography was studied with a film SLR and developed in a dark room. I photographed my first wedding in 2011 and haven’t looked back since.

Nina Claire
I’ve been in love with photography since I can remember. I had a darkroom at home from the age of sixteen and was developing my own film, shooting mostly black and white. I’ve dabbled in lots of different styles of photography and then had a ball studying Fine Arts at COFA. I was shooting documentaries and making music videos for a while too until I found weddings and fell in love. Weddings are my thing! Making meaningful images for people gives me purpose. It’s pure joy.

Beck Rocchi
Beck Rocchi was always known as the girl with a camera in her bag and have been in love with photography for as long as I can remember! My first love was travel photography – capturing the people, architecture and lives of different cultures. I realised after my first wedding job that weddings were in-fact the same! Documenting the authentic moments of people and their loved ones. I truly LOVE capturing love! It brings to me much joy!

Beck Rocchi

Stories by Ash
Photography has been a passion of mine at Stories by Ash for the past 20 years, starting with old film cameras and many days spent developing photos in the darkroom. Since 2010 I’ve been photographing weddings, I fell in love with documenting people in real, significant moments in their lives… I never looked back.

Figtree Pictures
We’re a small team of wedding creatives who’ve been shooting weddings in the Byron Bay region for nearly 10 years now.

Figtree Pictures

Van Middleton
I began shooting, like most people, for fun. At first, it was with my dad’s old Minolta film camera, and then I moved on to digital compacts and DSLRs. I studied journalism at university, and also film and photography, specialising in cinematography. All of this study helped inform the way I shoot for Van Middleton.

Allume Weddings
Our team was founded by Joseph from Joseph Willis and Jason from Lucas & Co and has over 25 years of photography + videography experience. For some, the passion begun in the early days as they shot surfing in their hometown, or being the one always with a camera attached to their hand. Each individual shooter of ours has a different origin story, however all form an integral part of the team.

How would you describe your photographic and editing style?

Tennille Fink Photography
My shooting style is super hands-off, relaxed, fun, and adventurous, to keep my couples at ease and feeling like their fabulous selves. I’m not scared to jump into a crazy mosh pit dance floor or balance on a fence pailing to get the shot. Editing wise I keep it natural with a kick, so the photos will remain timeless in decades to come. 

Tennille Fink Photography
Tennille Fink Photography

Kate Belle Photography
Your wedding photos will be your treasured family heirlooms so I am careful to avoid following photographic trends that will date over time. I don’t use filters, instead, I hand edit each image for a consistently clean, fresh look that is both beautiful and timeless. When shooting a wedding I like to document everything as it organically unfolds delivering a gallery that will instantly bring back all the genuine feels of the best day of your life. 

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Kate Belle Photography

Carly Tia
The photography of Carly Tia is usually described as a candid and documentary style, which lends itself well to weddings where there are so many beautiful moments that are best captured as they unfold throughout the day. I also try to edit with a natural and timeless style to keep the true atmosphere of the day.

Possum Creek Studios
Having lived in Byron Bay for over 7 years now, I’m strongly influenced by the stunning scenery and positive outlook on life that the region is renowned for.  My photography and editing style is therefore colourful, upbeat and relaxed, with a love of light, human connection, and nature.

Possum Creek Studios

Shane Shepherd
Good vibes. Absolutely everything for me in life has had a sense of fun and my photography captures the joy being alive. Weddings are one of those pinnacles of human existence where our closest most loved friends and family converge to celebrate your love for your husband/wifey. I’m looking for personality, connection, and the raw stuff too. It’s all very organic, relaxed, and definitely no posing. The Shane Shepherd editing style is film-like, I particularly love 70’s/80’s Kodachrome film so you see that influences my work, I love lots of colour too. 

Ivy Road Photography
Editorial with a ‘natural’ editing style. Over the years I have seen so many fads with editing styles that I now know not to follow what other photographers might be doing. At Ivy Road Photography we believe in sticking to what your style is.

Ivy Road Photography

Nina Claire
I like to document things as they are but I have an artful eye. I see the beauty in life and frame things in that way. I edit with a natural style at Nina Claire … I steer clear of tricks and trends and let the natural beauty of the images show through.

Beck Rocchi
I’m a fun bomb and love having a good time with my clients on the day. It’s all about good vibes & getting along well; so you forget you are having your photo taken and laugh your true belly laugh!! There is definitely no daggy posing! I’m on the dancefloor with your grandma and photobombing your bridesmaid’s selfies. My editing style is bright, colourful and clean. I make you look GOOD!

Stories By Ash
My style is joyful, natural, and honest. I seek out real interactions and emotion, and all the beautiful, intimate details and moments of each wedding. I’m a relaxed person and my presence is unobtrusive and friendly. Rather than a silent observer, I’m part of the day, blending with guests and documenting what it feels like. For portraits, I create a relaxed atmosphere so my couple can be themselves and capture their real personalities. I edit with richness and warmth, in a timeless way that won’t date.

Fig Tree Pictures
Our photographic style is natural, relaxed and filled with joy. This is paired with our editing style which is contemporary and timeless.

Van Middleton
Natural, simple and candid. 

Allume Weddings
Our style is definitely more natural and timeless. We want your images to encapsulate exactly how your day was and how everything looked to the naked eye. We also know that you will treasure these images for years and years to come and we want to ensure that the style and edit won’t age over time so it’s important for us to keep the images both aesthetically pleasing and timeless.

Allume Weddings
Allume Weddings

Do you work with a second shooter?

Tennille Fink Photography
Sometimes I do, only really if it is a wedding on the larger side (150+ guests, then I will recommend it) or if the couple wants to have some extra angles, or if they are getting ready super far away from each other. Otherwise, I find my solo approach suits my documentary style.

Tennille Fink Photography
Tennille Fink Photography

Kate Belle Photography
I have packages that offer work with me as a solo shooter or to include a second shooter. We will consult together to see what would be the best option for your particular needs considering your budget, your wedding size, and the level of coverage you’d like. If we decide on a second shooter be assured I only work with professional photographers that have their own businesses that can and do work weddings on their own. 

Carly Tia
I generally capture weddings on my own, but there are times when a second shooter is a valuable addition to your day. It’s best to chat more about your plans to see if a second shooter might be a good idea or not.

Possum Creek Studios 
I mostly work solo however if a second shooter is required I can call upon a number of experienced photographers due to my extensive connections in the industry.

Shane Shepherd
My ridiculously talented wife Dee is my main second shooter when need someone, but most of the time I shoot solo. I tell couples that unless you’re having 150 guests, or the both of you are getting ready quite far away from one another, then there’s really no need to have a second shooter. The same goes for video too. It’s best to keep photographers and videographers to a minimum. I heard about a wedding that had 3 photographers and 5 videographers, which in the words of everyone back in 2016 is ‘cray cray’. 

Ivy Road Photography
Brendan and I are first and second shooters for each other and we have Matt and Kirra second shooting to complete our little team.

Nina Claire
I mostly shoot solo but have shot with seconds many times. I usually recommend a second shooter for larger weddings of over 150 people.

Nina Claire

Beck Rocchi
I often recommend a second shooter when there are a large bridal party and guest list – it is good to have a second camera capturing extra details. This is an extra fee per hour. Most of the work you see on my website however is my own. I have been doing this for 10+ years and can handle it all solo – even the rowdy groomsmen & tipsy bridesmaids!

Stories by Ash
Mostly I shoot on my own, after photographing 300+ weddings I love it that way and will confidently capture the day. For weddings with 200 guests or more, or multiple locations with some distance between them, a second photographer can be helpful. I’ll happily organise for someone amazing to join us if needed. 

Stories by Ash

Figtree Pictures 
Yes, almost always to ensure every beautiful little moment is covered.

Van Middleton
Sometimes, but more often I shoot by myself.

Van Middleton

Allume Weddings
This varies depending on what the day brings. The beauty of having a team at Allume Weddings, is that we always have a second shooter ready to go should the day require it. We like to plan this in the lead up to the day as we discuss with the couple what their day entails. 

Do you follow a shot list or prefer to have free reign to capture as the festivities unfold?

Tennille Fink Photography
There are always the ‘must-have’ shots that I take at each wedding, plus anything else that is important to the couple, but for the most part, I love to document everything as it unfolds. My favourite moments happen when everyone is relaxed and mingling, your friends laughing so hard they snort or your proud dad standing back and taking it all in about to burst with pride.

Kate Belle Photography
After shooting weddings for 15 years I have a solid knowledge of what needs to be included in every wedding gallery to tell a complete story and I will also consult with you to ensure I am aware of any unique details or special relationships that I need to be on the lookout for. Once armed with this information I prefer to focus on the capturing of moments to ticking off a specific shot list.

Carly Tia
I like to capture weddings as each moment naturally unfolds. This way, you are surrounded by a much more relaxed feeling on the day and there is the minimal fuss about it all. I’m always looking to capture candid moments between people throughout the day, along with keeping an eye out for the little details too. A shot list is great for the family photos part of the day, but I don’t need one for the whole day as each wedding is entirely different.

Carly Tia

Possum Creek Studios
A bit of both!  I mostly love to document things as they happen rather than be too intrusive, however, there are certain shots I make sure I don’t miss.  For instance, I believe a photo of the Bride/Groom with their Mum/Dad/Siblings/Besties is a must-have!

Shane Shepherd
Both. I ask for couples to give me a bit of an idea of anything out of the ordinary e.g. the bride is wearing her grandma’s wedding shoes, but mostly I just want to know what humans are most important to you so I can make sure I get some amazing shots of them. 90% of the time though I’m roaming around and capturing the good times. 

Shane Shepherd

Ivy Road Photography
Most weddings run similarly, so we know what to expect and capture it organically. We have a must-have ‘shot list’ in our minds i.e. bride w/bridesmaids together and singularly, same for the groom, aisle walk, groom’s reaction, ring exchange, first kiss, etc.  For the couple’s photoshoot, we keep it natural, as it might be their first experience in front of a camera. We want it to be fun and easy – a part of their wedding they enjoy. We don’t focus on being overly posed or staged, we keep it fun, full of authentic moments. 

Nina Claire
I usually shoot with the idea in mind to capture what unfolds. It would be a shame to miss a really special moment between you and your grandmother because I’m busy photographing the napkins. keeping that in mind I also like to make sure I cover all the lovely details that have often had a lot of thought put into them. I strike a nice balance.

Nina Claire

Beck Rocchi
I literally live for weddings! I have been doing wedding photography for so long and do not need to follow any shot lists – it all happens naturally. I capture everything from the beginning of the day until the end. If it’s happening, I’m there. I know what you want and I get all those shots – plus more! 

Stories by Ash
Being able to photograph a wedding as festivities unfold naturally means I can capture photos that hold true emotion and significance. Though a shot list is not needed I do love to know of anything important to my couples before the big day. Family traditions, cultural elements, special gifts, moments, or people… tell me everything! I’ll keep this in mind as I capture the day unfolding, with focus on candid, in-between moments and friends and family having a great time.

Fig Tree Pictures
We document the day as it unfolds, although if there are any “must-haves”, we’re happy to receive advice from our couples. Fig Tree Pictures will make sure we have a list of the all-important family/friends photos that the couple wants, but other than that we’re there to capture the day that’s presented to us in our own creative way.

Figtree Pictures

Van Middleton
I prefer not to refer to shot lists. For me, it’s more about authentic images than manufactured ones.

Allume Weddings
We generally prefer to have free reign. We can always take into consideration a shot list if the couple provides one, however, we are very careful about capturing all the important details. We like to remain completely ready to capture the day as it unfolds and would hate for the restriction of shot lists to cause us to miss special candid moments. 

Allume Weddings
Allume Weddings

What do you aim to shoot on the day that would be included in the edited wedding photos?

Tennille Fink Photography
All of it. The collection of photos I shoot and deliver will take you right back to the day when you go through your gallery. Depending on what each couple’s needs and budget are, it depends on how much coverage they choose, but generally, that will be from getting ready right through to the crazy dance floor and everything in between. Smiles, happy tears, hugs, looks of love, group sing-alongs, messy late-night whiskey chats, and all of the good stuff in between. 

Kate Belle Photography
I document everything from preparations at the beginning of the day to the excited farewells at the end of the night. I will capture your mum’s emotion-filled face as she helps you into your dress, your grooms awe as he sees you for the first time, every aspect of the ceremony, natural portraits of you and your bridal parties, your reception and styling details you have put so much thought into. I aim for you to see things in your wedding gallery that you don’t even remember yourself from the day.

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Kate Belle Photography

Carly Tia
It’s hard to list what I aim to shoot on a wedding day as it differs so much from the special moments (big and little) to the little things that you may have missed. But overall, I like to try and capture the feeling of what it was like to be at your wedding and hopefully the photos will transport you back to the time and place that you celebrated it all.

Possum Creek Studios
Gosh, so many things. Basically, for me, it’s about telling the story of the day in the most honest way possible.  A combination of the big moments and small, the people, the places, the emotion, the details, all being captured with beauty and grace so that you get to re-live it over and over.

Shane Shepherd 
It should just feel like when you get your photos back, that the photos give a representation of the day so that it feels like a story that’s being told. I usually provide around 800+ individually edited images, so there’s a lot of moments in there. 

Ivy Road Photography
I think I’ve answered that above, we shoot everything as it happens and provide around 100 edited images per hour of photography coverage. 

Ivy Road Photography

Nina Claire
Hugs, smiles and tears. I shoot what’s happening on the day. So much happens on a wedding day it’s full of emotion and I aim to capture the feel and tone of the day. There are standard things I’m sure to capture too… like the kiss. That’s all par for the course. I really do take so many pictures on the day. A huge part of creating your collection is curating the images together to tell the story in an honest and beautiful way. My collections are meaningful and thought out.

Beck Rocchi
I basically try to capture YOU being YOU. You will have photos of all the big traditions (the kiss, the aisle shot, the cake cutting etc!). But also the small moments – treasured hugs with your grandparents, the children playing with the flower petals. When it comes to your couple shoot we play a lot of games to get you feeling comfortable. This way you drop your guard and I can see the real you

Beck Rocchi

Stories by Ash
What it really felt like to be there on the day. I’m most interested in creating images that will matter to people and that will be treasured by the couple and their families for many years to come. This means I’m seeking real emotion, the true connection between a couple, unposed moments, and loved ones celebrating. It’s often the quiet, fleeting moments I’m drawn to… a glance, a hug, a touch or a smile.

Figtree Pictures
Like most photographers, we love to capture those raw unscripted moments, beautiful displays of emotion, creative use of light. We’ll photograph each component of the day so that the couple has a complete ‘wedding story’.

Van Middleton
Everything, from getting ready through to the dance-floor. Natural photos as well as portraits.

Van Middleton

Allume Weddings
We like to recreate what it felt like to be there on the day, from the getting ready moments and what the view was outside your window to the dance floor and the small conversations had between reconnected old friends across the table. We love the natural and unscripted moments and our favourites are always when you’re walking hand in hand as new husband and wife before you re-join your party. 

What do you love about shooting weddings in the Byron Bay region?

Tennille Fink Photography
I love working BBW because I know the couple and their guests are going to be treated like royalty. The Byron region has magic in the air, with the most magical sunsets and laid back vibes. Couples who seek out Byron for their wedding are generally planning a fun, relaxed day and want it to feel like a big party with their favourite people, and they are my kind of people for Tennille Fink Photography

Tennille Fink Photography
Tennille Fink Photography

Kate Belle Photography
What don’t I love? The Byron and Northern Rivers region is spectacular at any time of year.  Beyond the visuals, I have to say the pace and feel of a Byron Bay wedding is something that can’t be beaten! Often guests are visiting Byron and there is just something about the magic that happens when people can all marinate in that energy together. I also like to add a shoot before or after the day to tell the whole story of the destination wedding experience.

Carly Tia
I absolutely love the relaxed vibe of weddings in the Byron Bay region. Who wouldn’t?! Not only is the atmosphere relaxed and fun, but there are so many beautiful locations that are perfect to explore for photos!! We are so lucky to have some incredible venues, the most friendly and passionate vendors to work alongside, and some pretty darn good photo locations whether it’s on the beach or in the hinterland! It’s perfect!

Possum Creek Studios
Byron Bay is my home and my heart.  I feel connected to couples who get married in Byron because they tend to be more relaxed and focused on the things I love too – good food, good family, good friends. Also, the scenery just simply KICKS BUTT!!

Possum Creek Studios

Shane Shepherd
Having travelled all over the world shooting weddings, I have to say Byron Bay has some of the best wedding venues anywhere. It’s just a very special place, the Byron region.  We have the hinterland, the ocean, a quirky town, we are the most easterly point in the country, whales and dolphins hang out here, the sunsets are an insanely nice purple/red… there’s plenty to love! 

Ivy Road Photography
I love the natural environment, whether it be the hinterland, orchards, fields or the beach, the Byron Bay region has it all and has managed to keep its charm while becoming a bustling tourist hub.

Nina Claire
Byron bay is such a special part of the world. It’s beautiful and full of magic. What I love about Byron is the people that come here. This place attracts my kind of people… adventurous souls who have a passion for what’s awesome about life. Good times, friends, family and connection. Throw in some amazing landscapes and it’s a pretty special place to be a photographer.

Beck Rocchi
Oh my goodness – I LOVE EVERYTHING! The scenery, the light, the sunsets, the relaxed vibe, the people who chose to come to Byron and have their weddings here! It truly is a magic place full of gorgeous moments and I am so lucky to call it home!

Stories by Ash
I’ll always love the diversity and natural beauty of the region. Between the beaches, rainforests and hinterland it’s a photographer’s dream! But the people and Byron Bay wedding suppliers are what I really love. There is a passion and level of personal care, attention to detail, and experience I find very special. It means my couples are relaxed, they can focus on each other, have fun, and enjoy an incredible day with loved ones. 

Stories by Ash

Van Middleton
The natural surrounds and locations make for a beautiful canvas. It’s a very photogenic region, especially for shooters like me, that love to incorporate the natural environment and character of the venues.

Allume Weddings
There are so many different elements to a wedding in Byron, whether it be a sand in your toes kind of day or rolling hills in the hinterland. The Byron Bay region offers such diversity and culture that welcomes couples from all over the globe to celebrate their special day here. Give us Byron Bay any time of the year in any venue and we’ll have a backdrop to your day that others can only dream of. 

Learn more about these Photographers:
Tennille Fink Photography // Kate Belle Photography // Carly Tia Photography  // Possum Creek Studios // Shane Shepherd // Ivy Road Photography // Nina Claire // Beck Rocchi // Stories by Ash // Figtree Pictures // Van Middleton // Allume Weddings

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