These photos are a collection of my favourites from the professional photographer. We got married at Ripponlea Estate, in Melbourne. The guy in the grey suit is my awesome husband. These photos were taken & editted by our photographer, Tatiana Koulatsos at Red Butterfly Photography, (www.redbutterfly.com.au).
This is my (second) last post about my wedding dress, & the last about the construction as I’m sure you’re all sick of reading about it. This is the bit where I put all the pieces together. But before I did I made one last component, the sash. I haven’t spoken about it because it’s … Read more
The third part of my dress is the little lace ‘coat’ that was sewn to the corset. I used the pattern from V2979 to make the lace jacket. At thi point it’s important to mention that the pattern (V2979), has been created without a corset, the full weight of the skirt is held by the … Read more
I started with a pattern, Vogue V2979, & made a practice skirt using some old cotton drill I had laying around. Whilst overall the skirt took a beautiful line, particularly the train. I really wasn’t keen on where they had put the seams & gathered it. It was a little old fashioned. Also I have … Read more
As promised, here are some much nicer photos of my bridesmaids dresses, as taken by my lovely photographer Tatiana Koulatsos at Red Butterfly Photography, (www.redbutterfly.com.au).
Found this post on Burda Style today. Whilst I haven’t had a chance to check out all of the books yet, I will be in the coming days & I’d be keen to hear if anyone has any feedback on any of them. http://www.burdastyle.com/blog/6-essential-pattern-making-books-for-your-library
It’s taken me a while I know… but here is the first of my posts about the wedding dress I made for my wedding. The first thing that I made was the corset. This was the structural part of the wedding dress that holds up the skirt, relieving the lace of any force due to … Read more
When I got engaged (all the way back in September last year…), I decided that I would make the dresses for my bridesmaids. This plan eventually spread to my dress & a dress for the flower girl but more on that later. It’s taken me a while, but here are the details on my bridesmaids … Read more
For my Hen’s Night, my bridesmaids organised an awesome night of teppanyaki & karaoke. The only thing I had to do was organise an outfit that would fit in with the theme of ‘a touch of Japan’. I decided to make something from the Japanese pattern books my (now) husband bought me for Uke Christmas. … Read more