Nicholas & Milica's Wedding @The Prince Hotel | Now 'n Always Melbourne Wedding Photography & Wedding Video

Nicholas & Milica’s Wedding @The Prince Hotel

An intimate church wedding for Milica and Nicholas. Intimate but customs and traditions of an Orthodox wedding make it a grand celebration. From the processional walk down the aisle guided by her father’s arm to the Crowning which symbolizes glory and honor for the newlyweds.

It was a classic wedding with a twist as the lovely Bride wearing a classy white gown and the Groom in his suit walked hand in hand crossing the streets along with their entourage after the wedding ceremony.

The reception was held at The Prince Hotel, an iconic place for weddings with a beautiful coastline view where you have the best outdoor and indoor scenery.

We at T-one pride ourselves in making sure that every captured moment is precious and with perfection.


Melbourne Wedding Photo + Film by Now N’ Always Melbourne
Melbourne Wedding Venue @The Prince Hotel

Hair & Makeup: Tonic Agency 
Stylist & Wedding Planner: The Small Things Co 
Florals: Wild Flos 
Stationary: State of Reverie 
Car hire: iChauffer Melbourne

The Prince Hotel has been a proud mainstay of St Kilda’s landscape since the mid 1800s when the property was a humble guest house boasting beautiful bayside views. After a decadent Art Deco rebuild in 1936, led by the prolific hotel architect Robert H McIntyre, The Prince Hotel became known as one of Melbourne’s grandest hotels – a mecca for locals and tourists, artists and musos, barflies and brides, and everyone in between, all inspired by the famous St Kilda spirit.

During World War II, The Prince played headquarters to the United States military forces, housing their officers’ club. The presence of strapping American soldiers attracted many curious Australian women to the area, eager to play and mingle with the foreigners. As a result of the increased frivolity, the area became the red light district of Melbourne, complimented by the fact that a red light literally sat atop the flagpole on the rooftop, acting as an unofficial beacon of St Kilda.

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