Heiress Lou Hai tied the knot with real estate developer Jake O’Neill on Thursday at the heritage-listed Karthuna Palace in Darling Point, Sydney.
The couple continued the festivities on Saturday, inviting close friends and family to enjoy a sumptuous dinner at Justin Hemmes, Bert’s Bar and Brasserie in Newport.
Low, daughter of the late Donald Hay who founded Hayco cleaning products manufacturer in 1983, looked glamorous in a pink feathered dress with a waterfall design for the big event.
The festivities: Heiress Lou Hai looked glamorous in a feathered dress as she continued her wild wedding festivities at Sydney’s upscale Justin Himes restaurant on Saturday, after marrying millionaire real estate developer Jake O’Neill in a lavish million-dollar ceremony in Sydney.
The bride added a pair of metallic heels to her ensemble and She opted for a glamorous makeup look, while lowering her hair.
Meanwhile, Jake looked elegant in green pants, a white button-up shirt, and a beige jacket.
In the facility, tables are beautifully decorated with floral arrangements and ornate place cards.
After enjoying a meal with family and friends, the couple couldn’t wipe smiles off their faces while cutting the cake.
Beauty: The bride added a pair of metallic heels to her ensemble and opted for a glamorous makeup look, while wearing her hair down.
Low was stunned in a tulle wedding dress on Thursday when she exchanged vows with the eldest son of millionaire luxury yacht broker Dennis O’Neill, owner of Marina Rose Bay.
Her wedding dress featured a strapless design, an embellished jewel, a flowing train and romantic sheer sleeves.
The socialite wore her long dark hair loosely draped over her shoulders, and her makeup consisted of mascara eyelashes and soft pink lipstick.
Meanwhile, Jake looked elegant in a classic black suit and tie.
Newlyweds: After enjoying a meal with their family and friends, the couple couldn’t wipe the smiles off their faces while cutting a cake
Stunning: the tables are beautifully decorated with floral arrangements and ornate place cards
Lou, who has already changed her nickname on her social media accounts to O’Neil, shared a series of stunning photos from their big day on Instagram on Friday.
Lou and Jake got engaged in June of last year.
The beautiful brunette, the content creator, took to Instagram to share to her 28,000 followers that O’Neill got down on one knee in a Sydney cafe surrounded by family and friends.
She wrote at the time: “This morning…the heart is breaking.”
Wedding Bells: Lou stunned in a tulle wedding dress as she exchanged vows with the eldest son of millionaire luxury yacht broker and Rose Bay Marina owner Dennis O’Neill
‘Bride’s Tribe’: For the intimate ceremony, Lou had sister Simi Hai, sister-in-law Bobby O’Neal Tzaneros (center right), Deborah Simmond O’Neill (far left), Alice Tran, Caroline Tran, Hermione Underwood and India Banks as her bridesmaids
Lu previously lived between Hong Kong and London with her long-time Norwegian fiancé, Nikolai Aspelin.
The then-couple returned to Sydney in 2020, where they threw a lavish engagement party in the Bondi Glaciers, before separating within weeks.
She said at the time that the relationship “has run its course”.
Lu then met Jake, whom she had previously dated years before in high school.
Sadly, the father of fashion blogger Donald passed away in July 2019 of skin cancer at the age of 76.
Happy Day: Lou and Jake got engaged in June of last year. The beautiful brunette, the content creator, took to Instagram to share to her 28,000 followers that O’Neill got down on one knee in a Sydney cafe surrounded by family and friends.