Amber and Leia from the Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 collection

Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 Bridal Collection

Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 is a collection of bridal layers – stunning separates that allow you to style your own look.

Start with their corseted, crepe under-dress designed to support and flatter your curves, creating a svelte silhouette. Next, style your own personal look with silk and lace over-layers, diaphanous skirts, French lace jackets, chic camisoles, silk corsages and delicately beaded sashes.

Amber and Leia from the Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 collection

The Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 collection is so versatile. By mixing and matching pieces you can create your own bridal look that is unique to you. You can even transform your outfit from day to evening by simply changing tops and adding different accessories.

Inspired by clean geometric shapes and delicate botanical textures, the dresses in the collection feature delicate and feminine fabrics. Naomi uses the most luxurious fabrics including silk voile, couture organza and chiffon, delicately embellished with French lace, silk flowers and subtle beading.

All the wedding dresses in the new Eden 2017 collection are elegant, classic shapes with a modern twist. Naomi Neoh’s previous collections have showcased dresses in subtle hues and vintage tones. However, the dresses in the Eden collection are bridal white and ivory, perfect for the romantic bride.

Leia

Our favourite dress from the Naomi Neoh Eden Collection is Leia. A full botanical guipure lace over-dress worn with Ebony under-dress, the full all-over lace detail is divine. With full-length lace sleeves this dress is so pretty and feminine, and the column style will really show off your figure.

Leia Over-Dress with Ebony Under-Dress from the Naomi Neoh Eden 2017 Bridal Collection
Leia Over-Dress with Ebony Under-Dress

Poppy

We love the three individual pieces that create Poppy – skirt, camisole and top. So versatile, you can wear the skirt and camisole or skirt and top (pictured), depending on the look and feel you want to create.

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Bride and groom standing in middle of tables of warehouse wedding

A Chic Warehouse Wedding in Sydney

It all started with a vision of creating a ‘refined rustic’ wedding… Shannon and David had an extraordinary wedding ceremony with their friends and family in the forest, followed by a relaxed reception in a really cool warehouse wedding venue. We love a big, clear space that you can style to your heart’s content!

Shannon and David have such an incredible eye for styling (Shannon is an interior designer, which helps!). There are so many cool, handmade styling details. The ever so cute material heart buttonholes and tiny heart aisle decorations, the bunting and signs, and the fabulous ribbon arch that the guests held up for Shannon and David to walk under after the ceremony.

Bride and groom standing in middle of tables of warehouse wedding

The reception was styled with long wooden tables adorned with beautiful flowers and stunning place settings. There were fabulous arrangements of foliage and strings of lights suspended from the wooden frame structures above the tables. This really brought the outside in, and fitted perfectly with their ‘fairy forest’ styling.

The bride and groom looked stunning; just wait until you see Shannon’s amazing wedding dress with its super peplum detail.

If you are planning on utilising a warehouse style space for your wedding you are sure to take inspiration from these pretty pictures, taken by the very talented Lara Hotz Photography.

Refined Rustic

“We wanted to create a ‘refined rustic’ style. Koskela Kitchen ticked many of the necessary boxes and were very accommodating to our needs. We fell in love from the moment we saw it.

“The vibe we were trying to create for our guests was, as the invitation and dress code stated, ‘comfortable chic’. The menu was very relaxed with pizza slices and watermelon lettuce cups as our entrée, and pull-apart garlic bread with an assortment of pastas as main course.”

Non-Negotiable Photographer

“Our photographer, Lara, was a non-negotiable condition of mine, even before the name David Shlom gave me butterflies in my tummy. We are so grateful to have had such an amazing, creative person document our day. It meant I didn’t have to worry about anything and that all our efforts for the day were captured for life.”

Groom having shave at barbers

Reflection of groom and his groomsmen in barber shop mirror

Heart fabric buttonholes

Groom's check suit jacket Groom's wedding shoes

Groom's accessories

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