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This wedding is as luxurious as it looks. Amanda is a fashion forward bride and with a background in fashion design, she collaborated with Sydney’s top bridal designer, Steven Khalil, to create this beautiful creation that she wore.

Pearl beading and lace embellished the strapless corset bodice, and the sexy silhouette was brought up to another level of sophistication with a floor length polka dot tulle cape, delicately draped around her arms. The same tulle was used to create the gorgeous bird-cage veil, and we couldn’t help but to fall in love with the gown. A pair of Valentino rockstud heels in cream completed her look.

The decor of the reception and wedding cake complemented beautifully with the gown that she wore until the evening. Everything looks just so effortless and chic to us!

Ceremony Venue: St Francis of Asisi, Paddington
Reception Venue: The Ivy Ballroom
Photographer: Image Haus
Cinematographer: Euro Video
Entertainment: Musiq Entertainment
Hair stylist & make-up artist: Amelia Axton
Bridal dress designer/ Bridal headpiece/ Veil: Steven Khalil
Bridal shoe:s Valentino
Bridal jewellery: Cartier
Engagement rings: Tod Turner
Bridesmaid dresses designer: Needle & Thread – Net-a-Porter
Flower girl dresses designer: Mischka Aoki
Grooms suit: J-Crew, Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabanna
Cake designer: Sugar Sweet Cakes
Invitations: The Distillery

Favours Donation was made to two charities on behalf of all the guests to COCO & Youth of the Streets.


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