Tell you what, we’re never going to be too cool to celebrate a day devoted to love. Because whether Valentines Day is all about fancy grand gestures and dinners out, or cupcakes and a roast dinner at home, celebrating the people you adore most in the world, your way is something we hope never goes out fo style.

So in the spirit of old St V, today’s editorial is all about love, but with a little fun. Think roller skates, think disco balls, think neon lights. This one has a decidedly disco feel and when it comes to inspiring disco weddings, we’re so here for it.

A collaboration between photo wizards Little Black Bow Photography and Luna Wilde Photography,  the duo wanted to make magic in the historic venue turned nightclub Argyle House.

Bayleaf Florals & Styling styled beautiful floral details, a bouquet of vivid red, blush and pink blooms a bold and yet so very apt choice for the tones of the shoot. The blooms complemented with fun pastel pink signage designed by Life Is Peachy, that welcomed guests to take a bite of the heart-shaped layer cake designed by Dragonfly Cakes.

Our bride, model Noumali wore three gorgeous gowns for this shoot,  a fun short golden number from Luna Joy and two longer gorgeous gowns by Zolotas Australia Bridal. Make-up by Bonnie Lee styled her hair and makeup to be fun and breezy, to capture the actual vibe of the day. Jayden Baker her groom dressed in pieces from  Rundle Tailoring.

And now for extra special touches- the grazing board (cheese!) was from the Boozy Suzie Caravan Bar crew, the fun digital photo booth from Creative Photo Booth,  neon signage by Love Glows and the sparkliest of disco balls, courtesy of Shiny Disco Ball. The newlyweds making their exit, to eco confetti from Julie Muir Celebrant.

How can days of love ever be anything less than utter perfection when they look like this?