Winds of change in bridal style
TODAY'S bride seeks her own bridal style.
Some are traditional and some want something that suits their personality.
More and more brides are choosing to have their gowns custom made to achieve a truly one-off design, whether it is an elaborate multi-layered creation or simply a perfectly fitting elegant gown.
A bride now has more choice in selecting a couturier in Perth as boutiques have identified that the bride of today is seeking something perfectly personal to them and their style.
Keep an eye out for the trunk shows that many boutiques host with international bridal designers.
Paired with this, today's couples are looking for unique and memorable experiences, a day that reflects their style, personality and taste.
The Tradewinds Hotel’s new rooftop terrace is one example of a venue that can deliver memories with views over Fremantle Port, the Swan River and out to Rottnest.
There is opportunity to find out more at the Tradewinds Wedding Showcase on Saturday, June 24 from 10am to 4pm.
Guests will be spoilt with champagne on arrival from Hops and Pops and brides-to-be have the option to check their man into the Lad Pad, complete with beers, sliders, suits and the X Barber.
Ladies will be able to get their ring polished, view the array of functions spaces, have oysters on the rooftop and speak to event co-ordinators.
Those who book on the day will receive special upgrades and go in the draw to win a honeymoon to Broome.