Winds of change in bri­dal style

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Fashion - With Des­mond Eddy

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.

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