- Sep 10, 2019
- 2 min read
European Vibes with Essense of Australia
Updated: Apr 3
With everyone escaping the Australian winter to get eloped overseas, we’ve been so inspired by the beauty of European architecture and history. We thought we’d bring some of that beauty to Australia with our own European inspired shoot with some stunning dresses by Essense of Australia.
Europe is renowned for their jaw dropping lace, and this strapless sweetheart is the perfect ode to that. With side cut-outs and a sheer bodice, it’s the perfect balance between modern and traditional. Not to mention the stunning train that will look incredible as you walk down the aisle.
This column silhouette lace gown is perfect for European elopements. With just a touch of a train you don’t need a handful of bridesmaids fussing about you to make sure it looks beautiful in every photo. The lace is beaded to capture the light and add detail to the gorgeous shape.
Sleek, chic and completely sexy. This Essense of Australia gown will turn heads for all the right reasons. With sheer lace allowing just a subtle hint of skin to come through it’s the perfect balance between sexy and modern.
For the modern bride, this off the shoulder dress is bound to get your pulse racing. The neckline is so on trend and minimal – but paired with the exceptional attention to detail via the fully button back – it’s the perfect blend of trend and timeless.
Long sleeve? Check. Plunge neckline? Check. Body hugging silhouette? Check. This long-sleeved gown is the perfect balance between sexy and conservative that will make everyone happy. The long sleeves and epic train give a nod to a traditional look, but the body-hugging silhouette, plunge neckline and open back makes it modern and sexy. Even though it’s a minimalist look, the details on this gown are still divine with buttons along the cuff and the whole way down the gown.
Dresses // Essense of Australia
Stylist // The White Files
Hair & Makeup // Connor Adams
Photographer // Courtney from The Day Weddings
Florist // Sir Botanical
Model // Madeline Fraser