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Issue three hits the newsstands tomorrow folks, and to say we are a little bit excited about it is an understatement of gargantuan proportions. We are so blessed to have had many of the creative folk that make up the Australian bridal industry contribute to this issue, rest assured we’ll be raving about them all over the coming months and sharing their beautiful portfolios with you.

First up we must send a virtual high five out to the crew behind our ‘Minutia’ shoot. A fashion editorial that celebrates the lace embellishments and delicate handiwork that goes into creating a bridal gown, like this one above from our friends at Rue De Seine.

Every frame taken by our pal and fashion photographer Jason Ierace hit the nail on the metaphorical head. We actually lost sleep trying to decide on which images to put in the magazine, so thought we’d share a few of our faves we were unable to include here on the blog!

Model Phoebe’s look was created by hair stylist Vanessa Henwood and make up artist Liv Lundelius, two extremely talented ladies based out of Sydney. You can check out more of Liv’s gorgeous work here on the Hello May directory.

Big thanks to the amazing Alexandra Thompson from The Edit for styling this gorgeous shoot and the ever so talented Poppies & Amber for the gorgeous floral creations. If you are a bride looking for bouquets, crowns or boutonnieres for your wedding day, be sure to check out more from Poppies & Amber here on the Hello May directory.

Issue three hits the newsstands tomorrow, Thursday the 7th of November, so get ready to storm your local newsagent with gusto folks and flip to page 96 for a plethora of gorgeous bridal gowns of the lace and detail variety! Click here for stockists!

CREDITS Photos Jason Ierace // Stylist Alexandra Thompson // Hair Vanessa Henwood // Make up Liv Lundelius // Flowers Poppies & Amber // Model Phoebe, Chic Management // Location Sun Studios // Bridal gown Rue De Seine.