Tea Rooms Queen Victoria Building Sydney Wedding Julia + Ken
Thanks to the epic Baz Lurhman film the Great Gatsby and the continuing popularity of all things vintage, one of the latest wedding trends right now and probably the near future is the roaring 20’s theme.
Of course when we heard here at the Beautiful Collective that Julia + Ken had themed their wedding for a 1920’s party at the Tea Rooms Queen Victoria Building Sydney we were totally excited and looking forward to the shenanigans!
The 1920’s were a time of economic growth and social freedoms, women received the right to vote and knee length dresses quickly became socially acceptable. You could say a similar time as today.
Many of Ken and Julia’s guests also embraced the 1920’s theme wearing flapper dresses and black tuxedo’s with bow ties. With all the effort shown put into the styling and fashion it was a visually exciting wedding to photograph.
Thanks to the lads at at MJ BALE who came to the rescue when U tube couldn’t help the boys tie their bow ties correctly, real bow ties take a lot of effort to get right! If you are going to have a 1920s theme wedding there is no place better to hold the reception than the beautiful Tea Rooms at the QVB. The wonderful art deco interiors, tall ceilings and delicious food make for a delightful experience.
This is what the Bride and Groom had to say about The Beautiful Collective after the wedding,
“Their illustrative style suited us as a couple and on the day, Haley helped to really make things happen and to keep track of everything which was really a great help.
Haley and Darren are a great team.
If you like their photography style and want a photographer who will get really involved on the day then I would totally recommend them”.
Photographer: The Beautiful Collective, Haley and Darren
Venue: The Tea Rooms at the QVB
Celebrant: Deacon Danny Suresh
Wedding Rings: Diamond Emporium
Transport: Sterling Limos
Wedding cake: Manny Swavley
Entertainment: DJ Impressions.
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