The couple, who have been together since 2017, walked down the aisle at Immerse Winery in Victoria’s Yarra Valley on Friday.Vini, who is a Melbourne pharmacist, stunned in a beaded lace gown with a short train as she said ‘I do’.She wore her long hair down and was flanked by a whimsical traditional wedding veil.
Glenn, 33, looked dapper in a black tuxedo as he shared a smooch with his new bride. Sharing wedding photos to Instagram, Vini wrote: ‘Wifey & Husband. The best is yet to come’. Vini posted an image of the pair holding hands and showing off their wedding rings on Instagram Stories
Her new husband shared the same images, alongside identical captions, as well as writing: ‘Mr and Mrs Maxwell 18.03.22’. Vini additionally posted an image of the pair holding hands and showing off their wedding rings on Instagram Stories.
She captioned the sweet photo: ‘Love is a search for completion and with you I feel complete.’Among the 350 guests was AFL star Brendan Fevola, cricketers Aaron Finch, Shane Watson and Mitch Johnson.
The couple will additionally hold a Hindu ceremony in Melbourne on March 27 to honour Vini’s Indian heritage. Security was said to be ‘beefed up’ at the wedding after an invitation to the lavish do was leaked online in February.
The all-rounder was informed by a former teammate from the Indian Premier League that details of his pending nuptials could be seen by millions globally. Indian actor Kasturi Shankar shared the private information on social media. ‘I had a bit of a worrying day the other day,’ Maxwell said during Australia’s T20 win over Sri Lanka.
‘I got sent a photo from an ex-IPL teammate and he had been sent the Tamil wedding invite by numerous amount of people. ‘So unfortunately that was making the rounds online. I think we’re going to have to increase security at our Hindu wedding.
‘Check online. It’s everywhere. Look up Maxwell wedding, it’ll be somewhere.’Maxwell also stated tying the knot will be week-long affair.‘There’s three events during the week from Monday onwards including two the week before,’ he said. ‘It’s a bit of a festival for my wedding this year.’
Finalising a date proved to be challenging for Maxwell, who eventually settled on a week in March.Cricket Australia later confirmed a historic tour of Pakistan next month, but Maxwell has opted to stay home and marry his life partner.
‘When I organised the dates with CA there was a two week gap where I could potentially have it, so when I sorted that out I was pretty happy I wasn’t going to be missing any games,’ he said.‘Then it came to the contract meeting midway through last year and said this is the Pakistan series and I said, ‘well that’s obviously changed since the last conversation we had’ but happy wife, happy life.’
Maxwell made his first class debut for Victoria in 2010 and entered the Australian ranks two years later. ‘There’s three events during the week from Monday onwards including two the week before,’ he said. ‘It’s a bit of a festival for my wedding this year’