Skye & Msaro married in a intimate ceremony at Shambala Creek Cottage followed by a reception under fairy lights at the Wintermoon Grounds.
I created Skyes short lace gown from blush silk Duponi with an off white lace overlay and statement lace bell sleeves which were a must have for Skye. To walk down the isle Skye had a long overskirt created from layers ivory, mushroom and white tulle with hand stitched chantilly lace flowers. Also worn with a statment beaded headpiece and Mushroom coloured cathedral veil.
After the formalaties Skye entered her reception without the over skirt to reveal the short lace under gown and also her reception headpiece made from tulle and embelishments.
Skye happens to be one of my long time friends so it was an honour to be asked to design and create a gown just for her. Skye put her full trust in me to create something unique and personalised with the one must have of the lace bell sleeves.
My husband and I we also guests at the wedding - I assisted Skye to get into her gown and I took a few photos at the wedding x
Photos in the blog post by Anna Dutton
Gown, Over skirt, Veil & Headpieces - Anna Dutton Couture
Flowers -M's Enchanted Flowers
Hair - Avaia Hair
Ceremony - Shambala Creek Cottage
Reception Location and Catering - Wintermoon
I was invited to attend the Industry Professionals day of Australia Bridal Fashion Week at Australian Technology Park in Sydney.
The venue was exceptionally industrial and was the perfect location to host the runway shows and vendor exhibits.
The runway shows featured gowns from a number of Established Australian and International designers and I got to catch up with Bridal Designers Lilli Marcs and Catherine R Couture.
I thoroughly enjoyed watching each designer's collections come out on the runway adorned with headpieces and jewellery supplied by other exhibiting vendors.
I will say it was absolutely cold in Sydney last week but that did not deter everyone braving the cold to attend this fantastic event.
Photos by Steven Dutton