Vintage Nautical Wedding: Tenille & Christian

Tenille & Christian were married at Maritime Museum in Fremantle, West Australia. The venue totally set the tone for their vintage nautical themed wedding. “I found working with our theme to be quite easy”, explained Tenille. “The colour scheme worked and it was easy to pinpoint and find things to match our theme. If you have Photoshop and some time to be creative then you can save loads of money doing things like menus and table names yourself. I also highly recommend a cocktail party wedding as guests get to mingle and no one is stuck at a table. It really livens up the atmosphere to have guests being able to stand, dance and have fun in general.”

“I have a love affair for the 50s and 60s style and just love how the ladies and gents back then made that super extra effort. I love the large hoop skirts, fringe bangs, rockabilly curls and the fact that men were real gentlemen”, she continued. “I run my own online vintage fashion business which also gave me some inspiration. These eras were so elegant, had amazing bold hair styles and defined make up styles which is what I wanted for our wedding. As soon as we visited the museum we loved it. It was just amazing. It is on the water surrounded by the harbour and there boats inside the museum. We thought it would be perfect to mash these two styles together and lucky for us it worked!”

Utterly beautiful. Thank you to Tenille & Christian and their wedding photographers I Heart Weddings for sharing with us today.

Supporting Cast

Photography Credit: I Heart Weddings
Venue: Maritime Museum, Fremantle
Bride’s Dress & Headpiece: Aubrey Rose
Bridesmaid’s Dress: AM PM fashion
Cake: Jacelyn Chua
Flowers: Kisschasey Weddings
Hair & Make Up: Pretty as a Pin-up:
Band: Sea of Tunes – Beach Boys tribute band
MC: MC Feisty
Invitations: Arippke
Other Stationery: DIY
Caterers: Heyder and Shears
Transport: Laurie Mariani
Wedding Coordinator: Lauren Smith
Sound: Stage 1 Audio
Celebrant: Jane’s Exquisite Weddings

6 comments

  1. Hehe looks like their wedding was non stop fun would have loved to have seen the dance off bet it would have been hilariously fun evening x

  2. Melanie

    Love love love love love love love love love love! Being a Freo gal myself, you guys flat out hands down, hoochie mama rock! I love Freo harbour, very sentimental place and love Elizabeths too! Love the sailor theme and the beach boys! What was the name of the online boutique the Tenille has?

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