As seen in Polka Dot Bride

‘Magnolia Bride’ was inspired by the glorious magnolias of Mt Macedon’s Cameron Lodge – one of Australia’s oldest hill station gardens – and set against a backdrop of spring blooms, ancient tree canopies and impressive period architecture.

The cinematic-style photography of @kirstyduchet_ captures the magnificence and scale of the setting and the timeless elegance of gowns created by five of Australia’s most celebrated bridal designers – @gwendolynne, @annacampbellbridal, @jasongrech, @kwhbridal and @janehillbridal

Antique lounge furniture, tarnished vintage silver, crystal vessels and a French chandelier feature as part of set styling by Darling Don’t Panic. Contrasted by feminine, romantic floral design by @flowersinavase1 and sweet macarons by Dessert Diva, each hand selected piece complements and enhances a feeling of ageing grandeur in a secret garden.  

Flawless, natural makeup and berry red lips by makeup artist @meloniesantos pop on models Julia Gribble,  Mary Vitinaros and @natkalinowski against the natural setting.  Hair by Platinum Perfection is reminiscent of the classic glamour of yesteryear. Models by @giant_mgmt