The dazzling Katherine and her beautiful bridesmaids wearing our Tiffany Bridesmaid Dress in soft hues of blush and silk.
We’re swooning over today’s whimsical bride and groom. With their Lennox Heads wedding beautifully captured by Amelia Fullarton, Rosey and Sam Howarth reminded us what marriage is all about. This little love story began in the snowy mountains of Perisher where they both worked as lifties. Contradictory to the snow, they chose to say I do in Rosey’s beachside hometown. Perfect weather, soft tones, and a fun, laidback vibe set the tone for their idyllic affair, complete with our Latitia Bridesmaid Dresses.
Gathering their nearest and dearest for a vibrant and romantic ceremony, Jennifer and Thomas Goregues tied the knot in the gardens of Montville’s Spicers Clovelly Estate. Surrounded by fields of rolling greens, the pair said I do under a flowering Jacaranda tree, with lush roses and peonies overhead. With soft glimmering candles lighting up the reception underneath a canopy of flowers and twisting vines, this was a magical night they wouldn’t forget.
The pair were celebrating Christmas when Thomas proposed, using a Christmas present box as a guise. Next minute he was down on one knee, and the rest is history! Though they have different views on their first date, Thomas adamant it was a sneaky ice-cream at Hungry Jack’s between lectures, Jennifer electing a more romantic version of a restaurant dinner at Broachbeach, they both agree it was their meeting on the first day of Medical school which started their love tale.
The gorgeous bridesmaids in this love story wear our Charlotte Bridesmaid Dress in lavender.
Q: Who inspires your creations? Do you have any favourite designers?
A: I get a great deal of inspiration from my favourite designers Elle Sab and Valentino.
Q: Where did you learn fashion design?
A: I actually taught myself when I was quite young. At 8-years-old, I remember sewing on a hand-me-down machine from my grandmother. I took a short fashion course once I decided to turn my hobby into a business.
Q: What are the characteristics of the classic Tania Olsen client?
A: They are free spirited women who love and appreciate the finer things in life.
Q: How would you describe your personal style?
A: My personal style is a mixture of vintage and boho. I love comfortable clothes these days.
Q: What is your everyday ‘go-to’ outfit?
A: In summer it’s my favourite shift dress, but in winter I like to wear jeans and a silk cami.
Q: Is there anywhere in the world you would like travel to?
A: I would love to take my work to India, Turkey, Morocco, back to Spain and France… the list goes on!
Q: Describe your ideal holiday.
A: On a tropical Island, I love relaxing at the beach.
Q: If you weren’t a designer, what would you be?
A: A food creator of some kind, I’d probably be running my own restaurant.
Q: What’s next for you professionally?
A: I want to continue growing my business and start distributing the brand Internationally.
Q: What’s the most important thing you have learnt during your career?
A: To never assume anything.