Jacqui and Marc’s art deco-inspired wedding had us feeling like we’d been teleported back to the roaring ’20s. They filled their event with vintage details and bold surprises that kept everyone smiling throughout the day.
The wedding party primped at St. Kilda’s stylish Prince Hotel, where Jacqui was cinched into her stunning lace gown. The ceremony was in the Botanical Gardens, and bright red umbrellas stood at the ready in case of bad weather. Alas, skies were clear, but the umbrellas made for great photo props!
After the ceremony, we managed to steal the newlyweds away to wander around the historic streets of St. Kilda, the fitting backdrop for this timeless couple’s portraits. We snapped a few shots with their celebrant’s fire engine-red Vespa — a perfect match for Jacqui’s red lips and shoes — and then headed back to the Prince Hotel for a reception on the deck.
Guests sipped champagne out of vintage coupes, then moved inside for dinner, which was served at two long community tables. Jacqui and Marc are known for their dinner parties, and they wanted to capture the same intimate feel at their wedding. We’d say they definitely accomplished that goal as guests were laughing and chattering throughout the meal.
Jacqui had admitted that she was nervous about her first dance with her father, but they pulled it off seamlessly and went on to boogie on the dance floor and raise a toast to an old favorite. Cheers to Jacqui and Marc!