Bride Rebecca saw the Paloma gown on the runway at The Queensland Brides Wedding and Honeymoon Expo in 2013 and fell in love with the design. The custom made Veil completed the sweet and romantic look.
Layers of soft Tulle and beaded lace went into Stephanie’s gown, inspired by a Princess on her wedding day. Stephanie opted for a Blusher Veil (over the face) with delicate beaded lace hand sewn to the edge.
Kate chose a sweet heart neckline with dainty lace cap sleeves for her gown. A simple Tulle and Satin skirt with a dramatic train added glamour to this classic design.
Designer of asereth bridal, Theresa designed and created her own gown and Veil. Simple elegance with light beading on the bodice and Veil paired with a Duchess Satin skirt and train. Theresa was inspired by brides of the 1960s.
Bride Agie chose a soft Chantilly lace gown with bell sleeves and a sweet-heart neck line. Lace drapes delicately over the layers of tulle at the waist completing Agie’s delightfully demure and dainty look.
Bride Renee opted for a fitted head-to-toe beaded lace gown. Each layer features intricately placed scallop-edged tiers and a small train, in proportion with Renee’s petite frame.
asereth bridal worked with Bride Maria, to create a custom made 4 metre long Veil. The bottom edge of the Veil features hand sewn lace and a heavily jewelled hair comb at the crown. Note: asereth bridal provided the Veil only.