New South Wales Wedding Photographers

Invest in a great New South Wales wedding photographer with professional experience with not only the camera but exceptional communication & service as well. ABIA are proud of its collection of Awarded Photographers throughout Australia.

Wedding Photographers in New South Wales

Lilyfield, New South Wales

Cinemotive

4.9 (125 Reviews)
Lidcombe, New South Wales

Captured Frames

5 (101 Reviews)
Sydney, New South Wales

Litrato

5 (5 Reviews)
Wollongong, New South Wales

Translucent Photography

4.9 (146 Reviews)
ROTHWELL, Queensland

EKP Studios

5 (16 Reviews)
Sydney, New South Wales

MK-PIXELS PHOTOGRAPHY

4.8 (5 Reviews)
Sydney, New South Wales

MTW Production

4.8 (144 Reviews)
Burwood, New South Wales

A&E Bridal House

4.8 (48 Reviews)
Beechworth, Victoria

Beth Hulley Photography

5 (17 Reviews)
Sydney, New South Wales

HUGO PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM

4.9 (286 Reviews)
WETHERILL PARK, New South Wales

A2Z Weddings

4.9 (263 Reviews)
Surry Hills, Sydney, New South Wales

Inlighten Photography

4.8 (158 Reviews)
Circular Quay, New South Wales

Fame Park Studios

4.9 (30 Reviews)
Buckajo, New South Wales

Daisy Hill Photography

5 (12 Reviews)
Metford, New South Wales

Firstlook Stills

5 (12 Reviews)
Hazelbrook, New South Wales

de lumiere photography

4.7 (10 Reviews)
Sydney, New South Wales

SPLENDID Photos & Video

5 (5 Reviews)
Ashbury, New South Wales

Images By Kevin

4.9 (65 Reviews)
West Hoxton, New South Wales

Mark Jay Photography

5 (7 Reviews)
Rockhampton, Queensland

Madelyn Holmes Photographics

5 (3 Reviews)
Doncaster East, Victoria

JaveLee Photography

5 (2 Reviews)
Largs, New South Wales

Candice Campbell Photography

4.9 (127 Reviews)
Blakehurst, New South Wales

Fuss Photography

4.9 (54 Reviews)

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Set Your Priorities

Proposal was perfect, the ring is on and you’re buzzing with excitement…..what now? With so many tasks to complete and details to be worked out, planning a wedding can seem overwhelming. But, if you give yourself plenty of time, seek support from professionals where possible and manage your priorities, then wedding planning can truly become an enjoyable experience.

Budget is usually the first and most important consideration, ABIA recommends setting your wedding budget and the number of guests as early as possible so that you don’t fall in love with a wedding venue or vendors that are out of your price range or can’t accommodate the size of your wedding guest list.

Work out what is most important to you, write a list of your “must haves” and “nice to haves”. Whether it be an emphasis on food & wine, lavish styling, a cute church reception, an epic band, cinematography or so on. Working backwards from what is most important to you will allow you to budget accordingly. ABIA has a huge collection of highly rated vendors to suit all budgets, comparing a variety of vendors will provide you with a much clearer picture of what your wedding is likely to cost you.

When to Start Searching for Wedding Vendors & Services

The short answer is….the sooner the better! Some couples spend months – or even years – carefully selecting their wedding stylist, floral designer, or celebrant while others can bring their wedding dreams to life much sooner. Factors such as the season, day of the week and location all can impact greatly on how much lead time you may require when planning your wedding. Regardless of how long or short your engagement is, ABIA recommends locking in your venue as soon as possible, with popular wedding venues booking out 12-18 months in advance.

Which Wedding Vendors to Book First

In general, you should hire your wedding planner or coordinator and book your wedding venue as early as possible - at least a year in advance. If your venue doesn't have on-site catering, this is also the time to start researching your options. Next, book your MC, photographer, videographer, and your wedding band or DJ. After that, focus on finding the perfect stylist, florist, caterer, and cake designer. Transportation, photobooth, personal favours are all best booked months in advance.

How to Choose Wedding Vendors & Services

Choosing wedding vendors and services is very much about personal preference but knowing that your wedding vendors are trusted and highly reputable is critical to ensuring your dream wedding runs smoothly. The professionals you work with should make you feel comfortable, not stressed. Planning your wedding should be fun and exciting, and the best wedding vendors and service providers will be as enthusiastic about your Big Day as you are.

Browse our wedding directory of thousands of reviews, view inspiration and connect with vendors on ABIA. Ask prospective wedding vendors plenty of questions and be confident enough to walk away if you feel overly pressured to sign a contract. Your goal should be to find wedding professionals who can guide you toward the options that make your wedding ceremony and reception perfect for you.