Photography via Jess Nicholls
Pre wedding pool parties, pre ceremony huddles, post ceremony motorbike rides and those painfully chic but relaxed green suits. Yep, Sarah and Lach’s grooms-crew embody the motto of this vibrant destination Bali wedding – good times and holiday vibes! This is a crew who know how to party. See more of this colourful festival of fun captured by Jess Nicholls.
Two Words – Hair. Envy. Danielle and Leon lined up 4 lads with magnificent manes for the job at their Zonzo Estate wedding. We love their perfectly mismatched jackets and accessories that celebrates their individual style. These gentlemen are a wonderful example of how less is often way more. This gem was captured by Glass Slipper Photography.
Terrence and his groomsmen were runway ready with their unique and fashion forward dark burgundy tuxedos featuring embroidery by El Patcha Embroidery. Terrance’s wife Ashley took the words out our mouths when saying “He’s always had a unique sense of style and the tuxs complimented him and his crew beautifully.” This stunning and moody wedding in Lake Como, Italy is truly unique and breathtaking in every way. Photography by Elisabetta Redaelli
Wow. What an immaculately dressed group of men. We love an Aussie wedding that celebrates culture, heritage and tradition. Sandeeps’s crew were immaculately dressed in shrouds of gold, cherry and midnight blue before later changing into more contemporary formal suits. The amazing colours of their exquisite outfits contrasted against the moody neutral backdrops in particular was pure genius by photographer Shevan J Photography.
Pascal and Richard’s grooms-crew of ladies and men nailed this fun take on a formal theme. Despite looking dapper enough to make James Bond green with envy, they also radiate such a sense of fun with their big smiles, pink bowties and great group shots that don’t take themselves too seriously. They wore custom made tuxedos from Brent Wilson paired with Christian Louboutin shoes and accessories from Thomas Sabo and Tiffany & Co. Photography by Gemma Clarke Photography.