Complete Wedding Sydney

Complete Wedding Sydney Issue 41

Complete Wedding is a leading bridal magazine with bi-annual Sydney and Melbourne editions. This comprehensive title is the one-stop destination for every bride-to-be! Featuring the latest bridal news and products, inspiring real weddings and a wide range of fashion, as well as planning articles and tips to ensure your big day is stress-free. Every element of your wedding is covered from engagement rings right through to photography and venues. Our extensive directory of wedding suppliers will ensure that you have the perfect little black book of contacts for your big day.

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2 min.
editor’s letter

While I may say it about every issue, this issue of Complete Wedding might just be my favourite. Variety is the spice of life they say, and being involved in weddings near and far, grand and intimate is always magical. No two people are the same and our differences are what make us clash, disconnect, disagree and reconnect. It’s how we were thrown into this big old world and how we learn to live together and love each other. We all know marriage isn’t easy, but what relationship is? We all have to find ways to live harmoniously and it's our differences that — although challenging at times — make us interesting and unique. I love seeing how different weddings are created. No one picks up a handbook and follows a template.…

2 min.

KATHERINE ELEYCE, FASHION STYLIST, BRANDING CONSULTANT & THREADED TOGETHER FOUNDER Through her multi-faceted background in the fashion industry, Katherine Eleyce specialises in branding consultations and fashion styling. Her styling work focuses on all that is magical and feminine, and she thrives on creating a dreamlike gallery that is like falling down a rabbit hole into an enchanted wonderland. Turn to page 46 to see Katherine’s collection of wedding-day must-haves. CHRIS WALSH, PHOTOGRAPHER Chris arrived in Australia in 1988 from the UK, intending to stay no longer than a year. However, Australia’s allure won him over and, 28 years later, Chris is still here, working his photog raphic magic on Australian soil. His journey began in darkrooms before progressing to photography assistant at Patrick Jones Photographic Studio. Within 18 months, Chris was shooting assignments…

4 min.
bridal buzz

EYEBROWS ON POINT What’s the one thing you can get into shape without exercising? Your eyebrows. Turn those sisters into twins with a little help from Tuya Perfectabrow. This gem is 100 per cent natural and comes in light, medium or dark shades. Perfectabrow is also water resistant and smudge proof to ensure your defined, dramatic or natural shape stays in place all day. LESS IS MORE With a simple aesthetic inspired by the beauty of symmetry, the Palindromic range of bangles from Minimalist Jewellery is perfect for engagement parties, bridal showers and to wear on your honeymoon. Available in silver, gold and rose-gold-plated designs, these beautiful pieces serve as a standalone accessory or as part of a layered look. GOWNS GALORE Head over to Ms Zee in Manly for a one-on-one consultation…

2 min.
brides collective

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Brides Collective is such an addictive and exciting new tool, much like a combination of Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn, but for brides! I began my road test by heading over to and signing up with a new account as a bride. I was asked to pick some topics, wedding themes and writers that interested me to follow to create my personalised inspiration feed. I then began working towards my own collection of bridal images and articles. Here are my top-five most useful ways the site can help you plan your wedding. 1. CREATE A MOOD BOARD The website lets you create your own mood boards. Each time I came across an image of a dress that I liked the look of, I hit “Add” to save it to my…

1 min.
the new romantics

4 min.
a worldly romance

Sometimes you just know when you’ve met the one. This goes for soulmates Sara and Kye, who met through a mutual friend during a night on the town. After exchanging pleasantries, sharing a few laughs and enjoying a couple of drinks, Sara was instantly amused by Kye’s sense of humour and his unforgettable Essex Hooters T-shirt. “We got on so well very quickly,” recalls Kye. “I think after five minutes, I offered her my number and said we should have dinner. She brushed me off saying ‘No, here’s my number if you want to go for dinner, give me a call’.” The two met again the following week, after Kye phoned Sara and innocently pretended that he had dialled the wrong number. “It was a complete lie, which we still laugh about…