Fat Tony looked smart in a gray designer suit at Brooklyn Beckham and new wife Nicola Peltz’s wedding in Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday evening.
The London based DJ, 54, wore a dapper navy Dior number and was joined on the night by his handsome partner Stavros Agapiou, who also stepped out in a similar toned look.
The international DJ was asked to perform at the wedding reception of the year and was responsible for getting guests partying on the night.
Taking to his Instagram account earlier in the day, he wrote:
‘Miami wedding day @brooklynbeckham @nicolaannepeltz in @dior @mrkimjones Sometimes I Love my job x.’
The performer was all smiles as he posed for a photo with his creative director beau on the big day.
The loved-up pair wore an almost identical look – while Tony layered up with a black T-shirt, filmmaker Stavros showed some skin wearing a white vest under his tailored jacket.
Brooklyn and Nicola tied the knot in a stunning early-evening ceremony and enjoyed a lingering six-second kiss in front of celebrity guests including Sporty Spice Mel C, Eva Longoria, and tennis legend Serena Williams.
The proceedings started at 6pm sharp when aspiring chef Brooklyn, 23, was joined by his 27-year-old bride for the nuptials in one of the massive tented structures set up at the Peltz $103million family estate.
He could be seen waiting on his own on a stage garlanded with flowers and plants for 15 minutes before actress Nicola arrived for the $4million extravaganza.
Meanwhile, it appeared there were six groomsmen who joined him on his right and six maids of honor who placed themselves to his left.
The former photographer chose brothers Romeo and Cruz, 17, as his best men for his much-publicised marriage to the daughter of billionaire financier Nelson Peltz, 79.
As exclusively predicted by MailOnline, the couple wed under a flower-garlanded chuppah in traditional Jewish ceremony in honor of Nicola’s Jewish heritage.
Brooklyn also has some Jewish heritage through his soccer legend father David, 46, whose maternal grandfather was Jewish.
And in keeping with tradition, Brooklyn smashed a glass wrapped in a napkin under his heel after he and Nicola were married by a rabbi.
A timeline of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz’s romance:
The ceremony ended at 6.30pm, although Jewish weddings on a Saturday – the Sabbath – strictly speaking should not be conducted until the sun has gone down. Sundown is at around 8pm in Palm Beach.
Brooklyn and Nicola would have received the seven Jewish marriage blessings recited under the chuppah and over wine. The couple were seen taking sips.
Dad David had said he wanted to recite one of the blessings, which are traditionally given in Hebrew and sometimes then read in English.
The wedding took place in the first of the giant white tented structures filling the massive ocean front lawn, which was on the left looking at the Peltz mansion from the ocean.
After the ceremony, the guests moved to the center tent, which has been dedicated to house a cocktail event.
They will then move to the third marquee, on the right, for the wedding banquet with food from celebrated Miami chef Thierry Isambert who used to cook for President Bill Clinton.
At the dinner, it is possible that the seven Jewish marriage blessings will be recited again – as is traditional among more devout families. They would also be recited each night for seven days.