When Jessica and Lawrence tied the knot, they fused a glamorous ballroom theme with a lively cultural experience – all captured by Vogue Ballroom Wedding Videography from Pro Eye Video.
Ensuring that the day was memorialised with Vogue Ballroom wedding videography was a high priority for this lovely couple, as it was an extra special occasion. The groom’s guest list included some long distance travelers, with family flying in from Mauritius as well as from Sydney.
From start to finish, Jessica and Lawrence created an event to be remembered forever – and Pro Eye Video was on hand with their Vogue Ballroom wedding videography, allowing them to share it with loved ones well into the future.
Jessica looked stunning in her Christina Rossi gown from Kylie J. Bridal, with hair and makeup by KYK and Makeup by Nadine respectively. Classic Bouquets completed her look with beautifully delicate floral arrangements. The bridesmaids wore elegant burgundy dresses, while the gorgeous flower girls matched the bride in white.
We can’t let the groom and his mates go without a mention. Lawrence looked like Jessica’s handsome prince in his suit by Zac Mens Tailors, and the groomsmen were the perfect support act dressed by Moda Menswear.
When it came time to exchange their vows inside St Peter and Paul’s Church in South Melbourne, Jessica and Lawrence exchanged rings by Diamondline Jewellery, to match Jessica’s exquisite Diamondline engagement ring.
Caddyman provided the classic wedding cars, with one white and two red Cadillacs transporting the bridal party and creating an amazing backdrop for wedding photos by Icon Photography. They took advantage of the surroundings, such as Luna Park and St Kilda Pier, and ended up with wonderful photos to show for it.
The celebration began soon after, and the elated couple made sure that their reception at Vogue Ballroom in Burwood East was a perfect mix of vibrance and glamour. Dean Sindoni was MC for the night and the Baker Boys Band kept everyone dancing with great music.
Jessica and Lawrence wowed the crowd with their choreographed bridal dance, a superb routine that lasted seven minutes and included the romantic dancing on a cloud feature.
One of the highlights of the reception had to be the Mauritian cultural dance performance, bringing extra colour and energy to the evening. All guests were invited to the dance floor to join in the fun.
Bittersweet Cakes crafted their spectacular cake, which again was a fusion of the newlyweds’ personalities with classic style. One side of the four-tier cake was an impressive mix of silver and white decoration, with the other side revealing an exciting photo collage atop the bow of a cruise liner.
Pro Eye Video felt very privileged to be chosen for Jessica and Lawrence’s Vogue Ballroom wedding videography. We are dedicated to giving people a memory that will allow them to relive their joyous day over and over again.
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