Friday, October 21, 2011

Real Bride...


Angela & Simon



Angela and Simon met at a party 15 years ago and on the 3rd of September this year they “had a lovely, small wedding full of laughter, fabulous food and wine. We are grateful to everyone who helped make our day special and will always remember it with a smile”  




Angela and Simon had a lunchtime wedding at The Immigration Museum “We are both first-generation Australians and discovered our families’ immigration records while visiting The Immigration Museum one day. We decided the Museum was a great venue to celebrate our past and future.”




Angela wore the Rebecca gown from Karen Willis Holmes Ready-to-Wear in Melbourne. I cannot imagine a more perfect gown for her. It suits her in every single way and is a very flattering choice. We love that Angela added the halter-neck – just perfect!



Angela especially likes the fact that her gown is “by an Australian designer, and it wasn’t too layered or bulky. We had a lunchtime wedding, so I wanted a more simple dress. I love the fabric, the clean lines gathering at the hip (perfect for attaching a vintage piece of jewellery to), and the corset. I also love the halter piece Enza attached to the dress for me”



“My jewellery is vintage-inspired. It’s by Wendy Louise, an Australian designer (bought from Kattina Fashion Accessories). This includes the piece on the dress, bracelet and hairclip.”



Angela’s photographer Tizia May has captured the whole day wonderfully – “with outstanding results”. Tizia sent us these lovely images for our blog and she also said how beautiful Angela was and that they were a great couple to work with. We are so happy that we contributed to Angela’s big day and very glad she enjoyed wearing our gown!



Best wishes to Angela and Simon!

Karen xx





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