Our lovely gowns are featured in Sydney BRIDE magazine (December 2013 issue). I know it's a bit of a late post, but the images are so gorgeous, I can't help showing them off.
"Belle", tea-length frock, Pink Silk Organza and silk white Tulle. Embroidered motifs of roses and twines are appliqued on, to create subtle slimming illusion both front and back bodice. The beautiful wide brim hat is by Embellish Atelier. Peter Collie the photographer did a fantastic job capturing the mood and lighting. Rumour says, the couple (whom just met that day) actually went on a date after the photo shoot. Romantic much?
"Abigail", A-line full length gown with train. Antique bodice with mushroom embroidered tulle applique, cream satin, Tea-rose and cream silk organza. Delicate hand beaded 3D-flowers scattered throughout the bodice and skirt creating interest from all different angles. Can be worn with a separate petticoat (with hoop) for a ball-gown look. I love love love the colour combo, because they look good in a lot of different skin and hair tone.
These two gowns are perfect for a more laid back wedding theme, like a garden wedding, vineyard, barnyard or beach theme. Flow-y, lots of movements, very versatile and super beautiful.
Sydney Bride Magazine
photography PETER COLLIE
Fashion editor KIRSTIE ARMIGER-GRANT
Stylist LYDIA-JANE SAUNDERS
Hair & Make Up PAUL BEDGOOD
Hats by EMBELLISH ATELIER
Models CHELSEA and JAMES, CHADWICK Models