Wedding Dress for Success

Royal Wedding

All eyes are on one particular wedding but what will Meghan Markle be wearing as she walks down the aisle? If she wants to bring modernity to the monarchy, how about taking inspiration from one of my beautiful brides who all went for something a little bit different on their wedding day?

When it comes to choosing the dress, white, cream or ivory still pretty much rules the day. As anyone who's ever been dress shopping knows, there are seemingly endless variations. How about Bec's choice for her fun and low-key wedding at Luna Park recently? She went for tradition but not traditional with this beautiful dress.

Luna Park Kiss Me Quick Wedding - easy simple small afforable - cheaper than Registry or Courthouse - Sydney Marriage Celebrant Stephen Lee

One popular colour I'm seeing a lot of at the moment is red. Everyone looks amazing in red! It suits all styles, ages and situations and really makes a statement. Amanda chose red for her wedding in Balmain. It was the absolute perfect choice for the autumn ceremony and her florals added even more pop and sparkle to the day.

Amanda and Chris - Balmain Wedding - Marriage Celebrant Sydney Stephen Lee

Kara really stole the show when she arrived at her wedding by Sydney Harbour with this vintage polka dot dress by Oscar De La Renta. It made headlines both on the day with her guests and afterwards in the wedding blogs!

Kara and Mo Wedding - Stephen Lee Sydney Marriage Celebrant

Not everyone can get away with green, but Liz certainly did when she married Andy at Athol Hall. A brave choice that really paid off and suited her perfectly.

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Andy and Lizzy

Or you could really go for it and have a themed wedding when absolutely anything goes. Nou's red and maroon vintage Steampunk dress with corset turned heads all day long. She looked absolutely amazing and we all joined in the spirit by dressing up too!

 

 

By Stephen Lee
Sydney Marriage Celebrant