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In September, we travelled south to Margaret River for the Luxury Wedding Event at Xanadu Wines. The ‘down south’ vendors sure know how to put on a show! We were so impressed by the tipi set-up by Zest Styling, the tipi was home to the champagne lounge and catwalk which created such a good vibe.
Earlier this year, we were super excited to provide a team of talented Perth creatives with our tea-length gown ‘Daphne’. They put together what can only be described as a magnificent ‘Industrial Country Inspiration Shoot’. I just adore the stark contrast between the vintage glam and industrial styling. I think I’ll let the images do the talking…
Photos Still Love Photography // Styling The Butcher, The Baker, The Stylist and Creator // Flowers Fox and Rabbit // Furniture and prop hire Curio warehouse // Bridal gown Elvi Design // Hair Hair Creative // Make up Milla Makeup // Bow ties Mkay // Ceremony and reception Chapel Farm
When I first met with Shea early this year it became apparent very quickly that she had her heart set on a vintage inspired tea-length wedding gown with sleeves. She knew she would struggle finding a gown like this off-the-rack so she came to us, having seen that we had created some beautiful tea-lengths gowns and wedding gowns with sleeves.
The reason why finding a gown with sleeves is so difficult is because they need to be made to the individual’s requirements, we even need to allow an extra fitting for sleeves to ensure the perfect fit. They really are a piece of art in themselves.
We created a gorgeous tea-length gown from silk dupion with a half circle skirt and a fitted sweetheart bodice. The skirt featured an overlay of lace with the lace edging delicately placed around the hem. The lace was also appliqued by hand on the bodice, neckline and 3/4 sleeves. The tea-length gown was finished with a vintage inspired jewel encrusted waistband and self covered buttons down the back. We also created the sweet little ‘flyaway’ veil for Shea.
Shea and Stephen were married in June, their service was held at St Michael the Archangel in Leederville followed by a reception at Frasers Restuarant in Kings Park. The theme of their wedding was inspired by the movie ‘Up’, they used the balloons in their wedding photos and as part of their decorations. They also danced a ‘Viennese Waltz’ to the theme song as their first dance. How sweet!
Congratulations Shea and Stephen, it looked like a magical day!
Photos courtesy of Merge Photography
With the art of ‘home-sewing’ slowly descending, not many people know how to sew these days and find terms like ‘made-to-measure’, ‘bespoke’, ‘couture’ and ‘custom-made’ a little scary or automatically think it’s out of their price range. Well I’m here to share some truths with you.