Sentimental, Personal & Vintage

July 21, 2010

David & Julie-Anne’s wedding shoot was a total reflection on who they are as a couple. Everything they chose to wear had special meaning to them and was sentimental and personal. “We didn’t want the usual stresses of a modern day wedding to take away from the love and happiness of our day, so we chose to keep it simple, fun and comfortable” they explained.

Julie-Anne wore an original German 1950’s ivory capture lace and satin dress which was the heirloom of a family friend. With this she wore a vintage burgundy & black English worsted & wool tapestry coat with fur collar, ‘Papucchi’ flats and a small burgundy hat with rose detail and black netting.

The full list of everything used and worn can be seen after the ‘jump’

Thanks to Julie-Anne & David and their photographer Britt for sharing these today

Credit: Britt Spring Photography
Bride’s Dress: Original German 1950’s Ivory Capture Lace and Satin – family friend’s heirloom
Bride’s Coat: Vintage – “Stephen of Melbourne” Brand – purchased from Camberwell Market
Bride’s Shoes: from Chapel Street, Prahran
Bride’s Hat: Chadstone Shopping Centre
Groom’s Suit: Black ‘Soho’ Melbourne
Groom’s Shirt: Ben Sherman
Groom’s Bow tie: Black ‘Michel Rouen’
Groom’s Shoes: Converse
Groom’s Hat: Laze
Groom’s Belt: Saba
Champagne Glasses: Original Vintage
Flowers: Gollings Florist, Carlton North