Photos are by one of our fave fashion photographers, Jack Steel (who has not only shot loads of fashion features for us that you can find here), but is also a wedding photographer. He shoots under Jack Henry– check out Kelli & Nick’s Sydney wedding and Peri & Rob’s Lithgow nuptials for this multi-talented human’s work.
You’ll find the beauty look (created by Makeup by Megan) is one that can easily double as a hair and makeup reference for you or your bridesmaids on your big day (she does wedding day beauty, too, friends) and it’s all on our gorgeous model, Lauren from Vivien’s, who is wearing gowns from all of our favourite boutiques and brands. Big shout outs go to Grace Loves Lace, Curve by Karen Willis Holmes, Alca Line Bride, Mariana Hardwick, Rue De Seine & Love Marie Bridal Boutique for ensuring their gowns are all-inclusive and stunning at the same time.
We also enlisted the expertise of one of the fabulous florists on our Directory, Becca from FloraFolk, who came to the shoot armed with endless Cherry Blossoms and created this gorgeous setting. She creates epic florals for weddings on a weekly basis and shares our same feels on sustainability, taking a stance against green floral foam (that she explains “is generally categorised as single-use plastics”) in her work.
If you want to see this baby in print, along with real weddings to boot and countless vendor recommendations, get on and buy Issue 23 here. And if you want to see more fashion editorials, check out Move This Way (for the sleek bride), Spring Fling (for the more femme gal) and The Top 10 Get Ready Looks for the morning of (or the night before) your nuptials.
Nadia Gown, $2,640, Curve by Karen Willis Holmes.
Karina Gown, $2,495, Curve by Karen Willis Holmes.
Custom Gown, from $4000, Alca Line Bride.
Carter Gown, $3150, Lovers Society.
Avril Gown, $4100, Rue De Seine.