I made my own wedding dress in 2016. Inspired by the 1950's but given a modern edge. The dress is made from a pale blue grey silk & layered with a beautiful beaded tulle. The blue tulle skirt was removeable for a second evening look.
Elisa who grew up in Indonesia had purchased some stunning batik fabric on her last visit and wanted to incorporate it into a modern western style. I created a ruched shoulder slim fit gown with hand appliqued lace detailing and turned the batik fabric into a stand-out skirt.
Hayley wanted on-trend bridesmaid dresses with a hint of her favourite colour so I created these white one shoulder gowns with contrasting teal belts for her Lake Windamere Wedding.
Sam really wanted a prom dress that reflected her personality. A lover of vintage style we opted for a 1950's inspired prom dress in a modern blue chiffon and white floral lace, paired with silver dolly shoes for a modern edge
Keeley always knew she'd never wear a white wedding dress. Her show-stopping wedding dress was Hollwood inspired gown, made from a stunning gold sequin fabric layered with a black tulle overdress which could be removed for a second evening look.
Kerry wanted a Victorian inspired gown in a green floral fabric. I found this gorgeous embroidered dupion to create the overdress and jacket. Kerry's dress also included a crinoline, petticoat, underskirt, corset and contrasting blue belt for full Victorian inspiration.
Archie's dad wanted to create him a miniature version of his military jacket for his wedding. Complete with mini cumberbund and replica medals, this was all about getting the exact details. I also altered the Groom's military jackets for the day.
These outfits were created for a Wildflower Photoshoot. Samantha's versatile three piece bridal outfit coordinated beautifully with daughter Phoebe's soft blush dress with a spotted tulle overlay