For Theresa’s wedding gown we opted for simplicity, elegance with a hint of glamour in a mix of winter white and ivory. The most exquisite beaded embroidery cut on the bias to create a sensual trumpet silhouette with delicate hand appliqued embroidery motives with delicate beading for depth. This dress was sheer perfection and suited the bride’s style personality a 100%.
Marcile was one of our very first international brides. She was born and raised in South Africa and later immigrated to Australia where she has been living for the passed 12 years. She and David had the wonderful idea of getting married in the Western Cape Winelands at Boschendal Estate and we had the privilege to create her gown. The combination of tan blush linings layered with cream and ivory laces with delicate beading were ideal for a bride that wanted a dress that is classic, yet romantic. The bodice gradually faded into a voluminous tulle skirt section of multiple layers of Italian tulle. This wedding gown is a true reflection of our design aesthetic. Photography: Yolande Marx, Hair & Make-up: Yolande du Toit, Wedding Coordination: Wedding Concepts.
The main objective was to create a wedding gown that is light, yet dramatic with elaborate details in different sized freshwater pearls. The outcome a bride that looked like she stepped out of a fantasy! A beautiful and dreamy siren of the sea. Marcelle’s wedding gown was ‘n combination of several embroideries, tulles and delicate chiffon. A customised veil scattered with pearls beautifully finished the overall look of this gorgeous bride. We also created the ensemble of the Mother-of-the-bride. Hair & Make-up by Anna Pepper, Photography by Greg Lumley.
Alisa’s wedding dress was a simplistic, elegant and a sophisticated mix of winter white satin back crepe and hand appliqued embroidery motives with delicate beading on a slim-line understated silhouette. This wedding gown was sheer perfection and suited the bride a 100%. Alisa once again Thank you for entrusting me to create this dress for you!
A two piece wedding gown, consisting of a bias sheath dress cut in a beaded mesh with Lurex corded embroideries that were hand beaded and appliqued on the bodice. The second part of the dress was a multiple layered Italian tulle overskirt that Amy removed for the reception. Venue: Olive Rock, Styling: Kalinka Lombard, Floral: Foraged Beauty, Photography: Kikitography, Hair: Leandi Cronje, Make-up: Sarah Chasteau
We absolutely love creating this wedding dress. A romantic and feminine fusion of winter white, ivory and blush. We used Chantilly lace and dotted tulle for the base of the wedding gown, with individual corded lace applique and 3-d flower details. The silhouette has an illusion of-the-shoulder cap-sleeve with lace trim, refined corsetry with cups and under-wiring that flows into a understated trumpet skirt with soft volume. Photography: Garreth Barclay, Hair & Make-up: Evasion Beauty & Art
An ultra-chic wedding gown combination of winter white hand appliqued embroidery motives with delicate beading on a nude illusion tulle bodice. The appliques beautifully falling onto a full flare soft chiffon skirt with high slit. This is the perfect dress for an island wedding (Destination Wedding Goals)! It is easy to pack and comfortable to wear. Venue: Rayavadee, Krabi, Thailand, Co-ordination: Zavion Kotze Events Company, Fine Art destination Photography: Genevieve Fundaro
A modern mix of winter white, ivory and blush was the perfect combinations for this bespoke wedding dress. A sensual trumpet silhouette with an illusion neckline and off-shoulder Italian tulle voluminous sleeve. The bustier section of the dress was molded with a delicate Chantilly lace and appliqued with re-embellished embroideries. Pearl and crystal scatters were the finishing touches to the bodice. A beaded belt accentuated Tayla’s waist. The skirt section was made from a luxurious satin-back crepe, that beautifully draped around her curves and was cut with a train. Photography: Vivid Blue, Hair & Make-up: Corlé Barnard, Venue: Molenvliet, Wedding Planning: IDO4U
The bodice consist of lurex embroidery & Chantilly lace, embellished with different sizes of string pearl beading, raglan sleeves in sheer tulle and the skirt section of lace and multiple layers of Italian tulle! We exaggerated the waistband and added a narrow belt to accentuate her waist. Photography: Bronwyn Katzke Photography
This wedding was far from ordinary, a special ceremony where 3 brides (so happened to be 3 gorgeous sisters) married the loves of their lives! We had the privilege of creating one-of-a-kind wedding dresses for 2 of the brides, the flowergirl as well as their beautiful mother! Daring, yet elegant – provocative, yet feminine. This black wedding dress was created for Sintiche, the perfect match for her personality and alternative flair. This full lace wedding gown had a plunging V-neckline, sleeves and an illusion back with floating lace applique and covered button detail. Cut in a sensual trumpet silhouette with a slight train adds to the drama of this gown. Photography: Liz-Marie Marais Photography
This wedding was far from ordinary, a special ceremony where 3 brides (so happened to be 3 gorgeous sisters) married the loves of their lives! We had the privilege of creating one-of-a-kind wedding dresses for 2 of the brides, the flowergirl as well as their beautiful mother! The perfect wedding gown fit for a princess! This wedding gown was originally inspired by the bride’s grandmother’s wedding gown that dates back to the late 50’s early 1960’s. A modern take on a vintage ball gown silhouette. In a combination of Chantilly lace & 2 different variations of corded lace with beaded and 3D floral embellishments, flowing into a full flare skirt-section of multiple layers of Italian and bridal tulle. Photography: Liz-Marie Marais Photography
MATRIC FAREWELL 2017, Durbanville High School. V-neckline front & back constructed of illusion tulle and crossed bias satin piping. Focal points created with handbeaded detailed lurex guipure appliques with Swarovski crystal scatters, flowing into multiple layers of Italian tulle cut with a train. Covered button detail on center-back. Hair & Make-up: Cecilia Fourie, Photography: Blake Balcomb
MISS CONTINENTS 2017 | Miss Namibia Continents: Trumpet silhouette with off-the-shoulder and plunging V-neckline front/back. Nude/tan satin lining overlayed with a ruby red corded lace and sequin detail. Scattered swarovski crystals over the bodice fading down to the hemline. Silky chiffon overskirt with waist-belt. Hair & Make-up: Andeline Wieland, Photography: Anna Pepper
The perfect combination of Silk chiffon and Italian tulle were the success behind this wedding gown. A-line Silhouette with V-neckline front and back. The base of this dress was done in a dark blush/nude satin and then covered with winter white Chantilly lace and draped with Silk Chiffon. Final touches were the corded lace appliques and pearl/crystal scattered beading. Customised veil with hand-appliqued corded lace beaded border. Photography: Illuminate Photography, Hair & Make-up: Lisa Brown, Venue: Landtscap.
Soft blush pink & cream two-piece wedding gown. A-line Silhouette with V-neckline front and back with thin spaghetti-straps. Bodice covered in vintage Chantilly lace with a soft peplum that falls over the skirt of multiple layers of Italian tulle in shades of blush and cream with center front slit. Delicate illusion top with hand-appliqued motives and scattered pearl beading was worn for ceremony. Photography: Herman Agenbag Photography Venue: Atlantic Beach Golf Estate
MATRIC FAREWELL 2016, Tableview High School. Illusion bodice with handbeaded detailed appliques with Swarovski crystal scatters, flowing into multiple layers of Italian tulle cut with a train. Covered button detail on center-back.
Winter white strapless bustier ballgown with sweetheart neckline. Bodice moulded with Chantilly lace with 3-D Floral and corded lace appliques that flow into the waterfall frill skirt section constructed from various fabrics such as Silk organza, dotted tulle, tulle and veiling. Silk organza petals scattered all over the dress and attached with single crystals. Hair & Make-up: Helga Strydom, Venue: Mofam River Lodge, Photographer: Stephanie Veldman Photography
Light Mocha & ivory wedding gown in a combination of various laces like Chantilly, Guipure & Corded, flowing into a bottom section of bridal and Italian tulle with 3-D blossoms scattered all of the dress. The trumpet/mermaid silhouette is perfect for an hourglass figure. Signature narrow crinoline bow-belt to accentuate the waist. Venue: Kronenburg Estate, Hair & Make-up: ONQ Make-up, Photography: Tiff B Photography
Blush pink & cream wedding gown with plunging V-neck and illusion neckline in combination of various Chantilly laces and Italian tulles in different shades to create depth and dimension. The finishing touch was a antique silver brick bugle beaded belt and scatters of blush and cream silk organza petals attached with individual crystals. Venue: Kleine Valleij | Neo Venue, Hair & Make-up: Iza Cloete, Photography: Welovepictures
Ivory & cream A-line silhouette wedding dress and removable overskirt with plisse’ pleated frills. The main dress consisted of a seedcloth linen bustier bodice moulded with a gorgeous vintage Chantilly lace, flowing into a Italian tulle skirt section in various shades of ivory, cream and taupe. Diagonal tulle draping across the bodice slightly elongates the torso and creates a flattering waistline with crochet doily appliques. The overskirt with pearl encrusted detail was the perfect touch for the wedding ceremony as the bride did not wear a veil. Photography: He is Visual Photography
Winter white tea-dress wedding gown in a combination of Chantilly laces, corded lace embroidered applique and multiple layers of bridal tulle . Mid-calf length ballgown silhouete with soft peplum. This is a fun and flirty option if you are opting for a morning wedding, and still want a bit of drama. Hair & Make-up: Marnel Toerien, Venue: De Langenhof Guesthouse, Photography: The Picturess
Taupe & ivory wedding gown in a combination of Chantilly laces and handbeaded corded lace embroidered appliques – flowing into a trumpet silhouette of various layers of bridal tulle and scattered lace appliques. This dress was designed to have a removable skirt section for the reception – Best of both worlds, the drama for the ceremony and the comfort to dance the night away. Hair & Make-up: Helga Strydom, Venue: MSC Symphonia Cruises