Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Real Bride...Naomi


Naomi and Dave met on a Sunday afternoon at a gig at the Old Bar in Johnston Street, Fitzroy. Dave was playing in the band and a mutual friend introduced them. Four and a half years later Dave proposed to Naomi in Prague, on the shores of the river Vltava - “He then took me to dinner at the Four Seasons- best dinner of our lives! There was a lot of planning required to propose where he did- and he was acting up, so I was on to him!”





On the 15th October 2011, Naomi and Dave were married at St John’s Uniting Church, Elsternwick, which is where her parents and grandparents exchanged vows too!




The inspiration was drawn from their own interests – “Dave is a musician, I am a graphic designer. We wanted everything to be low-key yet classy and full of love and laughs, good food and music.”  Judging from their photos, which were taken by Louisa Bailey (who has captured the day and the mood immaculately!!!), I think they could not have made it better!




In regards to the dress, Naomi says she was looking for “something different, but unmistakably bridal. I love art deco, and the old Hollywood era fashions that were so feminine, simple and elegant. I searched online and came upon the image of the KWH Ava gown as featured at a Blvgari event and knew I wanted to AT LEAST try it on. It was the only dress that came close, I wasn’t really interested in anything else”



We wish Naomi and Dave the best wishes for their future together and thank you for sharing their day with us. It was an absolute pleasure making Naomi's gown!

Karen xx




2 Comments:

Anonymous Louisa Bailey said...

I was Naomi's wedding photographer and just have to say that a a fashion photographer, her dress was a dream to photograph. It's definitely one of my all time favourite dresses to shoot! And worn so well on such a beautiful bride :)

Well done Karen!

November 30, 2011 at 9:33 PM  
Anonymous bec said...

I loved the photos that Louisa took, and I also commented on her amazing dress! Great job Karen! It's SO beautiful.

December 6, 2011 at 6:57 AM  

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