Rebecca wed Brent in a beautiful chapel ceremony and reception at Woolwich’s Deckhouse restaurant. Rebecca wore a couture gown with fit and flare silhouette made from Italian lace and custom-designed Swarovski crystal beading on the neckline.
How did he propose?
Brent and I love to bushwalk.
He surprised me one Winter’s day at Burning Palms in the Royal National Park.
He had hidden the ring and a bottle of champagne in his CamelBak and carried it for 5ks until he found the perfect spot to propose.
What was the theme of your wedding?
We incorporated our love of the Australian Bush into the wedding; We had a Gumnut motif paper-pressed onto our stationary and Australian Native floral arrangements.
How was your experience with Jennifer?
I connected with Jennifer instantly. She is as kind and sincere as she is professional and talented.
I had every confidence in her – Her years of experience are evident in every thread.
I am so grateful for the time and energy she put into making my dress perfect and making me feel so special.
Do you have any suggestions for other brides?
Your wedding gown, and how you feel in it, will set the tone of your wedding.
Make it personal. Make it special. Make it an experience. Make it you.
Find or make yourself something that suits your body and personality and only deal with someone if they want the best for you and not just a sale from you.
I couldn’t be happier with my wedding dress or my experience with Jennifer.
I have complete confidence in her work, style and delivery and will continue to recommend her to any bride who wants something a little bit special for their wedding day.
Ceremony: Santa Sabina College Chapel
Shoes: Heels – Casanovas’ Double Bay/Flats – Mimco
Rings: Raphael Jewellers
Suits: Anthony Squire
Hair: Julie Blazely
Make-up: Billie Argyrous
Stationery: Venessa Melita
Cake: Art of Baking
Music: Funkified Music