Like so many weddings of 2020, Carlo and Jaeda didn’t have their One Fifty Bar Ascot Wedding on the date they had planned. But they confidently rescheduled from June to November and were lucky enough to have a full guest allocation AND were allowed dancing at their One Fifty Bar Ascot Wedding reception!
Remember when we used to dance at weddings?
Carlo and Jaeda also had to change venues with the date change, but One Fifty Ascot Bar & Eatery certainly didn’t feel like a second best option. As we were approaching longer summer days, the wedding room was filled with natural light through the skylights. The One Fifty function room space is intimate, but so well designed that it feels trendy, airy and relaxing.
I know Carlo from our days playing footy together. On the field he’s quick with his hands and dangerous within 50. He loves a goal, almost as much as he now loves Jaeda.
The church is St Augustine’s Anglican Church, situated a short walk down Racecourse Road from One Fifty Ascot Bar & Eatery. This 100 year old church was built as a memorial to the soldiers who died in World War I. The front tower was later built for those who served in World War II.
The bridesmaids and groomsmen were a crazy bunch, keeping us laughing all day. Make sure you scroll right to the end to see why the groomsmen entered to the song by Ginuwine: “Pony”.
Hair + makeup by: The Powder Room
Bride’s Dress: Brides of Brisbane
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Showpo
Groom + Groomsmen Suits: Hallenstein Brothers
Rings by: Tiffany / Stephen Dibbs
Ceremony Venue: St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Hamilton
Reception Venue: One Fifty Ascot Bar & Eatery
Cake by: Vanilla Pod
DJ – The Decibels
Photography by: William Gordon – Brisbane’s Photographer