Starting their marriage on the right foot (wearing Nike’s), Bec and Jacinta tied the knot with their casual wedding at Camp David Farm in VIC. After meeting the modern way – on Tinder, this couple matched each other’s energy instantly.

We can thank the team at Good Moments, for their stunning photography and cinematography at this event.

Their engagement story fits perfectly with their overall casual vibes, with an added creative flare. “Jac and I were at home, it had been the most perfect day and was about to be the most perfect night, Jac handed me her phone and asked me to watch a video, it was her, at the end of the video she said, I have something to ask you, I turned around and she was holding a ring, of course, I said yes, little did I know she had a whole plan for the next day but just couldn’t wait.”

They picked the perfect venue to host their ceremony and reception when they chose Camp David Farm. “We wanted somewhere that made us feel happy and relaxed and that’s exactly what we felt like the moment we entered Camp David Farm, it is a family-owned and run farm,” the newlyweds explained. “They pretty much organised and took care of everything in-house, we organised all our vendors but once we did that they took care of all of the organising, our accommodation, flowers and all decor, run of the day along with all organisation that needed to be done, they were fantastic!”

Opting out of tradition, Bec and Jacinta had their wedding parties in white and had both of their grandmothers as the flower girls. Jacinta walked down the aisle first to the song “2 Much” by Justin Bieber. Following shortly after, Bec walked down to “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur.

It was very important to both of them that family was involved as much as possible on the day. “We both gave our mothers a white rose during our ceremony which was a nice feature and we both had both our parents walk us down the aisle – we are very family orientated so those were nice features.”

They stood out in their suits from P Johnson Tailors. Jacinta wore a bright blue suit with cuffed pants and a matching oversized blazer, while Bec wore a darker relaxed-fit suit. “We both wanted to feel relaxed and comfortable.” So, to finish off their attire – they wore matching Nike’s.

They wanted a pressure-free ceremony, stating “We wanted it to be easygoing and not too structured, Camp David did an amazing job, we only had our Celebrant speak which was all we wanted and needed!”

Their favourite photograph of the day? “There is a moment when we are walking down the aisle just married and everyone is throwing rose petals; we both remember how happy we both felt.”

When asked about their flowers they say, “we wanted our vibe to be very neutral, being at a farm we highlighted the colours around the property, green, browns and white, with some soft pastels.”

Five of the things that made their day special:

  1. The whole vibe of the day was very relaxed,
  2. We also both used our family members’ rings as wedding bands,
  3. Spending time together as a married couple,
  4. The effort and thought from Lori and her family from Camp David,
  5. We stayed at the Cottage on the property for the entire weekend which made pre-wedding and the night of very easy and comfortable.

Both Bec and Jacinta were extremely happy with the team at Good Moments as their photographers! “Taking our photos was a really nice moment for us, weddings can be a lot and it was really nice to have a moment just the two of us,” they replied. “The boys were amazing and super easy to get along with, they really made the day that much more relaxed!”

For catering they chose to go with Happy Camper Catering. “They were amazing. We had an array of roaming Italian appetisers and all sorts of pizzas for the main, and for dessert, we had Italian Gelato – it was honestly amazing everyone was raving about it and it really fit in with the tone of the day.”

Their favourite memory? “Just all the little moments we had together, and spending time with everyone that means the most to us.”

Congratulations Bec and Jacinta! And thank you Good Moments for submitting this stunning event.