This shoot was made for the romantics, soft lace paired with bold pops of colour, bohemian meets modern. For the bride who wants traditions to reflect throughout the day, whilst letting her personality shine.
Intimate, luxurious and cosy.
When the images from this dreamy winter inspired shoot landed in my inbox, I couldn’t help but gaze in awe.
Crissha Stadon from Piccolo Petalo Florals had the vision to bring warmth and romance straight to the wedding table, and together with a team of passionate vendors, styled a shoot that appears so effortlessly inviting and breathes intimacy.
Worldwide, there has been a strong current in tailoring the trends of the wedding day exclusively to the bride and groom’s personality and style.
The International Wedding Trend report for 2018 explored themes interwoven from arts, design and fashion and recently presented their styling predictions for 2018 weddings.
Drawing inspiration from art, nature and the world we live in, Suzanne Harward’s 2018 collection UTOPIA features a limited edition of hand made couture gowns interwoven with Suzanne Harward’s signature silhouettes, crafted with embroidered tulle, lace and an air of elegance. Continue Reading ›
Dan and I had the pleasure of meeting Tania from RUUSK on a warm Sydney winters afternoon.
Hosted in the light filled, airy boutique “The Babushka Ballerina” we joined Tania at a table where her jewellery was set and enjoyed conversation of her journey so far with RUUSK.
“Designing for life is my motto. It’s about striving to create simple pieces that withstand trends and time, those pieces that you wear everyday and which, in a way become a part of you. This is what inspires me.”
Tania Gnecchi Ruscone is a creator in graphic, ceramic and jewellery design. Born in Italy, she carried an appreciation of jewellery through her early years, with her love for both minimal and timeless design inspiring her to establish her own jewellery label RUUSK in 2015.
Elle + Adhira presents a boutique collection of bridal accessories that speak to a modern, confident bride – one who carries her own enduring and alluring edge into her wedding day.
Created in collaboration with designers from all over the world, Elle + Adhira’s veils, headpieces, jewels and accessories evoke a unique aesthetic shaped by a love of contrast between opposing forces – the light and dark, the soft and strong, and the elegant and exotic.
This shoot was brought together by makeup artist Emma Mcgill, who brought together a range of creatives to showcase Studio C Bridal latest collection that consist of eight gowns and dresses.
Caitlyn Elliott designed and transformed the materials to make modern yet timeless bridal gowns. The talented designer has a strong background in costume design for theatre, making her a confident choice when entrusting someone to create your dream gown. Caitlyn is focused on creating gowns exclusively for the individual bride, and can also make pieces for your bridal trousseau, completing your look for your wedding day. “…beyond the dress is the bride’s trousseau – all her accompanying accessories for her wedding day. I have a range of one of a kind heirloom lace garters, millinery veils and fascinators, and other accessories…”
“She glows from within and radiates light wherever she goes. She is powerful, electric and bravely pierces the darkness with her all-encompassing light and warmth. She is unashamedly luminous. She is the Illuminati.”