Wedding Dry Ice Melbourne – Dancing On A Cloud Effect
This is a collection of some of my favourite photos of the dry ice effect in weddings. I am lucky enough to be a wedding DJ and get the chance to help create memories on their special day.
Using the Dry Ice Effect also known as “Dancing On A Cloud Effect” for your first dance brings the “WOW” factor to any wedding reception.In fact, it makes for some good memories through photos taken on the day of your first dance. Another fantastic use for the dry ice effect is to cover those not-so dancing feet. The dry ice effect also make your wedding special moments magical than ever.
I get the opportunity to work with so many fantastic couples and wedding photographers on the day. With that said, I am lucky to be sent photos after for my website and social media. Below are some of the best photos given to me and what venue they were taken in and also which wedding photographer took the photo.
Cloud Effect Photos
This photo was taken at Tatra receptions at a wedding and shows how on a day with no wind you can create the ultimate wedding sparkler exit using dry ice outside. This couple knew how to party with all their friends and family on the dance floor all night until the final sparkler exit. Photo by Mark Dayman Photography
I love a first dance with dry ice and also everyone up and out of their seats gathering around the edges of the dance floor to make a more romantic first dance. These types of first dances make for awesome photos. Photo by Ashleigh Haase Photography at Bramleigh Receptions
I could not resist a photo of my own wedding. We love every moment of our special day. Photo taken by Icon Photography
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