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Jessie & Michael – The Welcome Dinner

Jessie & Michael – The Welcome Dinner

A night with The Angels

THE STORY
A three day affair commencing with the welcome dinner of welcome dinners, followed by The Big Day and then wrapped up perfectly with a relaxed recovery.

THE STAGE
Jackalope Hotel, Mornington Peninsula.

THE NICETIES
Question: What’s better than checking into a room at Jackalope? Answer: Checking into a room at Jackalope and finding a personalised welcome pack waiting for you. Think custom totes, slippers, disposable cameras, eye masks and fold-out maps. We’ll take ten of everything.

THE PARTY
Spoiler alert: A Night With The Angels was the perfect welcome dinner. Overflowing with food, family, booze, life and love, it was an unfeigned celebration of everything Jessie & Michael adore. From a sunset stained champagne tower to dramatic tablescapes and runway-worthy photo moments, the night was nothing short of striking. Although this wasn’t the ‘official’ party, it sure felt like it.

THE FEAST
Three words: Doot Doot Doot. If those three words haven’t evoked some serious salivating, maybe these next few will. Cider braised pork belly, vine smoked wagyu, oysters with bush pepper vinaigrette and salmon tartare. Sorry, not sorry.

THE BOOZE
A shoutout to the Jackalope beverage team (yes, there's a whole department dedicated to booze) for ensuring the 900 + cocktails served across the weekend were delicious-masterful-creations-of-utter-brilliance.

THE DRAMA
The welcome dinner was strictly floral-free (cue vibrant floral explosion on The Big Day). Our solution? A dramatic contrast of Jackalope’s all-black interior with punches of holographic detailing, bold block coloured candlescapes and neon light installations.

THE MAGIC
So much magic, at every turn. The kind that bolts up your spine, imprinting permanently in your memory bank. Guests left with full hearts, sore feet and in awe of the uniqueness of what they had just experienced.

THE STORY
A three day affair commencing with the welcome dinner of welcome dinners, followed by The Big Day and then wrapped up perfectly with a relaxed recovery.

THE STAGE
Jackalope Hotel, Mornington Peninsula.

THE NICETIES
Question: What’s better than checking into a room at Jackalope? Answer: Checking into a room at Jackalope and finding a personalised welcome pack waiting for you. Think custom totes, slippers, disposable cameras, eye masks and fold-out maps. We’ll take ten of everything.

THE PARTY
Spoiler alert: A Night With The Angels was the perfect welcome dinner. Overflowing with food, family, booze, life and love, it was an unfeigned celebration of everything Jessie & Michael adore. From a sunset stained champagne tower to dramatic tablescapes and runway-worthy photo moments, the night was nothing short of striking. Although this wasn’t the ‘official’ party, it sure felt like it.

THE FEAST
Three words: Doot Doot Doot. If those three words haven’t evoked some serious salivating, maybe these next few will. Cider braised pork belly, vine smoked wagyu, oysters with bush pepper vinaigrette and salmon tartare. Sorry, not sorry.

THE BOOZE
A shoutout to the Jackalope beverage team (yes, there's a whole department dedicated to booze) for ensuring the 900 + cocktails served across the weekend were delicious-masterful-creations-of-utter-brilliance.

THE DRAMA
The welcome dinner was strictly floral-free (cue vibrant floral explosion on The Big Day). Our solution? A dramatic contrast of Jackalope’s all-black interior with punches of holographic detailing, bold block coloured candlescapes and neon light installations.

THE MAGIC
So much magic, at every turn. The kind that bolts up your spine, imprinting permanently in your memory bank. Guests left with full hearts, sore feet and in awe of the uniqueness of what they had just experienced.

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Event Design, The Style Co.
Event Planning, The Style Co.
Venue, Jackalope
Styling Photography, Lady Drewniak
Client Photography, Erin & Tara
Videography, Humdrum Films
Custom Build, The Event Builder