DIY / Fashion / Photography

Here Comes the Bride..

You may have noticed things have been a bit quiet on the blog the past month and that’s mostly due to my involvement in my little sisters Wedding, as it drew close my thoughts couldn’t really see past it, and last Saturday 2nd November was finally the big day! Deborah and Terence had put a lot of thought into making their Wedding reflect them both as a couple, a lot of careful planning went into making this day different and I wanted to share with you, across a couple of posts, some of my favourite bits about the Wedding.

First I must start with the beautiful bride, Deborah’s Wedding dress, veil and bouquet are all homemade – WOW! (Do not try this at home if you are the slightest bit bridezilla) Time and patience are required to make this work, as well as a little sewing knowledge! Deborah and I were both taught to sew from a young age by our Mum and Nanna. Deborah is by no means a dress making expert and she did the most amazing job, I don’t think there was even one dress drama, not that I knew about anyway!  Doesn’t she look fantastic? 20131106-210610.jpg20131106-210827.jpg20131106-210812.jpgDeborah & Terence both have very colourful tastes and this was reflected in their green and blue colour scheme. Deborah incorporated the colour scheme into her outfit by making the under layer of her dress in a teal silk, she also made a bold blue sash from Indian silk and wore blue sparkly nail varnish. One of my favourite outfit details was the little lace flower headdress.. very cute! 20131106-210531.jpg20131106-210628.jpg20131106-210512.jpg


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