January 2018 — Sydney Weddings

Archives for January 2018

Wedding dresses inspired by New York City – Gowns Magazine Sneak Peek

17Jan

It’s all about the dress! Gowns Magazine comes free with Sydney Wedding Magazine. Inside you will find pages and pages filled with wedding dresses by our favourite Sydney-based designers and retailers. Take a look at this video footage of one of our shoots from Gowns Magazine and see the beautiful wedding dresses in motion!

What’s the very first thought you had when you became engaged? “What kind of wedding gown will I wear?”

Gowns magazine is the perfect place to start. Inside you’ll find the most beautiful designs from Australia’s finest designers and bridal boutiques!

Find a sneak peek of the gowns from Gowns magazine with our exclusive behind the scenes videos below and find the full preview of the new Sydney Wedding issue on the Sydney Wedding blog!

Find the new Sydney Wedding magazine + Gowns magazine on sale at select Sydney newsagents and online!

Gowns Magazine Cover Credits: Gown: Daniel Learmont Couture / Photographer’s assistant: Nick Shaw / Stylists: Georgia Lejeune, Camilla Prangnell and Katelin Bosler / Hair: Craig Chaplar from Wild Life Hair using Davines / Makeup: Julie Elton using M.A.C / Makeup Assistant: Samantha Symonds / Jewellery: Chrysalini / Shot on location: Sir Stamford at Circular Quay

Video Credits: Stylists: Georgia Lejeune, Camilla Prangnell, Katelin Bosler / Videographer: Toni Kuburovski from You Studios / Photographer: Connor Langford
Hair: Craig Chaplar from Wild Life Hair using Davines / Makeup: Julie Elton using M.A.C assisted by Samantha Symonds / Photographer’s assistant: Nick Shaw / Jewellery supplied by: Chrysalini, / Pandora, Samantha Wills / Car supplied by Variety Wedding Cars / Shot on Location: Sir Stamford at Circular Quay 

Boho Chic styling with pink and rose gold

17Jan

Treat your guests to a boho-beautiful wedding reception using festival inspired styling and unstructured blooms in abundance. Think eye-catching details like edible gold foil on cakes, metallic candelabras, gold charger plates and bouquets using statement succulents. Get lost in an abundance of floral and bohemian style.

Photography: Lilelements / Styling and props: Decorations by Jelena / Venue: Beachside DOJO / Cake: Celebration Cakes / Candles & Bomboniere: Yours Truly xo / Stationery: Straight from the Heart / Pastel bouquet: Sydney Flowers / Hot pink arrangement and flowers on teepee: Maria Lush Floral Designer

A Traditional Wedding with a princess dress

16Jan

This classic church ceremony followed by a sophisticated reception proves classic style will never go out of fashion. The bride wore a statement ballgown with the most beautiful ruffled skirt.

M A R IA   +   S T E P H E N

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After being convinced by her boss to sign up for RSVP for a joke, Maria relented and decided to go on only one date. That date was with Stephen. Although Stephen turned up late for their first meeting all was forgiven when the pair found they had an undeniable connection.

Maria had always dreamed of a fairytale wedding with a beautiful big dress and lots of candles with a colour palette of pink summery colours. And she got her wish in an intricately beaded corset dress with a ball gown style layered skirt and bouquets of white and pink roses and peonies.

Tony Zannino, from Photo Domain, was the couple’s chosen photographer. Maria said, “Stephen is one of those people who does not like taking photos or being in the spotlight and Tony made sure he felt comfortable at all times. He added a personal touch to the day, it felt like he was not only a photographer but a friend.”

The reception was also lifted from the pages of a fairy tale with ivory satin tablecloths, candelabras and a display of flowers along the main table. The couple couldn’t contain their joy on the day with smiles so wide that they could not be wiped off their faces.

Photography:Photo Domain / Bride’s Dress: Regal Bridal / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Sheike / Groom & Groomsmen’s Suits: Suits 2 You / Reception Location: Conca D’oro Riverwood / Flowers: Flowers by Ramona

A Woodland Wedding in Centennial Park

16Jan

This woodland wedding in Sydney’s Centennial Park looks like something out of a dream. The ceremony was held in a clearing amongst a forest of pine trees and the styling featured pops of red as well as native Australian flowers.

N A T A H N E E   +   B L A I R

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Natahnee and Blair’s dream wedding was simple: to create a day that truly represented them and their unique story. It was more about creating an atmosphere that made their guests feel special rather than following a particular trend or theme. “We came to the concept of a glamorous cocktail party,” said Natahnee.

The couple chose a beautiful afternoon in the cool shade of the Pine Grove Forest in Centennial Parklands. The location was meaningful to Natahnee and Blair as it was their ‘backyard’ and a place they often went to relax together. Natahnee said, ”I remember walking down the aisle, it was like a fairy tale. It was so beautiful.”

The vibrant shades of red in the native flowers (such as proteas), roses and poppies in the bouquets coupled with Natahnee’s deep red lipstick beautifully offset the dark browns and greens of the trees and pine needles. Inlighten Photography was on hand to capture the magic of the day. “We liked their energy. It was important for us that we connected well with our chosen photographer, we were letting them into our little world and we wanted to feel at ease and comfortable,” said Natahnee.

Inlighten Photography made us feel relaxed, they blended into the background, silently capturing all the magic moments,” said Natahnee.

 

Photographer: Inlighten PhotographyBrides Dress: Mira MandicGroom & Groomsmens Suits: Hugo BossReception Location: The IvyCeremony Location: Pine Grove Forest Centennial ParklandsFlowers: Best BudsStationery: Jackie LitchfieldMake-up: Nicole Patten Hair and Makeup

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