Toscano Bridal Real Wedding : Rachael & Paul
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of working with Rachael to create her a unique, classic gown for her wedding to Paul. Rachael is one of those special people that are as beautiful on the inside as they are on the outside. She shares with us a little of her experiences on the Blog today.
Date of your Wedding: 4 July 2015
Where did you meet?
Originally meet while at high school at a party in 2001. Lost touch after school, but reconnected in June 2012 on Queen Street in the City. We literally bumped into each other. Caught up for drinks that night and just kept on hanging out. Absolutely meant to be!
Style concept for your wedding:
Classic, elegant, fun and full of love.
Inspiration for your wedding:
A myriad of sources pulled together to (hopefully) be classy, elegant, sophisticated, timeless, beautiful and fun.
The best advice I was given:
Enjoy every moment because the actual day will go so fast. And I did. It was so special.
Your Hen’s night:
Afternoon drinks in the city with girlfriends and nude life drawing!!! Followed by dinner and dancing.
Ceremony and reception details: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church Coorparoo. Both our parents were married at this same church). Reception at Room Three Sixty at QUT.
Bishop William Morris
Jason Starr from Studio Sixty.
Dress and Veil
Toscano Bridal – an amazing creation. Silk Satin and French lace covering combined in a classic, beautifully slimline dress paired with a full cathedral length veil with carded lace edging. Diana = Amazing! It was so lovely to work with her.
Which ones!? Nude Nine West Heels
Navy blue, full length gowns was the brief and the girls each sourced their own.
Unveiling Poppy! Amazingly lovely and hugely talented .
Amber and the team from Blush and Brush were fabulous.
Further mentions/ suppliers of choice
Trish and her team at QUT were amazing to work with for our reception.