Cosmopolitan Bride Australia Autumn 2017

Cosmopolitan Bride has everything you need to plan your dream day. From dresses and accessories to flowers, venues, cakes and favours, each issue is packed with ideas to cover all tastes, styles, guest lists and budgets.

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2 min.
editor’s letter

There’s nothing quite like ‘that feeling’ when you get engaged. It’s so special, so unique… and so. Much. Fun! We’re incredibly lucky to be constantly caught up in the big-day bubble of excitement all the time while we live vicariously through our readers’ weddings. This month has been extra special for the Cosmo Bride gang, as we’ve had two of our very own team get engaged or married while we made this issue. With all the bottles of champers popped, cake eaten and streamers draped over desks, it brought home yet again just what a magical time it is when you say “Yes.” It also meant I was getting asked loads of questions about everything from, “Is lush greenery the new peony?” to, “What the heck do I do if…

1 min.
runway bride

BLUSHING BRIDE Off the shoulder, pale pink and floral, this Naeem Khan number screams romance! BOW PEEP Emphasise your waist with a bold belt, à la this Carolina Herrera creation. CLASSIC FANTASTIC This Enzo Miccio gown celebrates full sleeves and vintage charm. GRECIAN GODDESS Keep things sleek in a column-style dress, like this Lusan Mandongus design. DISNEY PRINCESS Naeem Khan brings the magic in a full skirt, sweetheart neckline and embellished detail. COLD SHOULDER Be inspired by floaty layers, cute bows and bare shoulders, thanks to Jesus Peiro. PURE ROMANCE Keep your look lighter than air, as with this David Fielden beauty. SHEER BEAUTY Antonio Riva keeps mesh edgy but pretty, and the big skirt makes for a romantic touch. BABY GOT BACK This Pronovias creation makes all your aisle-walk dreams come true! SO HOT RIGHT NOW Cymbeline smashes modern cool out of the park in this elegant number. CAPED…

2 min.
lara milenko

She’s behind the lens capturing a couple’s most special day! When did your love of photography begin? My parents bought me a Pentax film camera when I was 10. Photography was exciting from the very first click! When did you shoot your first wedding? About 11 years ago. I was a little nervous but surprised by how natural it felt to capture the day as a story for the couple. What do you love most about your job? Imagine standing in a room overflowing with happy people, laughter and love… and then you get to do the thing you’re passionate about in that environment! What’s the best part of working within the wedding industry? Seeing people at their happiest and contributing to that. How would you describe your style? Natural in both content and approach.…

3 min.
jan logan

She’s all about symbolic sparkles for your big “I do”! When did your love of jewellery begin? It began when I was a small child. I’d dress myself and my dolls up, then fossick in my mother’s jewellery box to find the perfect finishing touch. At age seven, I was allowed to go to the Saturday matinee at the Strand Picture Theatre in Narrabri, NSW, where I was fascinated by the musicals and all the Hollywood glamour, with the beautiful clothes and the jewellery. To this day, movies remain a significant influence. And when did you decide to make jewellery your everyday work? When the youngest of my three sons went to boarding school, I bought a 20 per cent shareholding in a local country jewellery shop. It was the serendipitous start…

3 min.
andrea rembeck

Her unique and extra special pieces create magical memories for little girls the world over When did your love of fashion begin? One of my fondest childhood memories is rummaging through my grandmother’s attic and putting outfits together for dress-ups with my younger sisters. This turned into an obsession with clothes and fashion magazines in my teens – I’d sketch outfits during school lessons, then make my own outfits for nights out. How did this passion become your everyday work? I knew early on that my career of choice was a fashion designer. Coming from an academic family, there was a lot of resistance – it was only on the condition that I graduated from high school successfully before I could start fashion college. I did and went to study at ESMOD…

2 min.
5 minutes with viktoria novak

BE YOUR OWN PERSON Remember that the day is about you and your fiancé. We all appreciate advice and tips, but too often I see brides worrying about that one negative comment rather than focusing on what really matters. Remember to do what you love! STOCK UP ON SHOES No doubt you’ll have beautiful wedding heels but, as a backup, maybe invest in some flats or a smaller heel. After your ceremony, you’ll most likely be running around having photos taken, so saving your feet with some comfy shoes will help you get through the rest of the day. HAIR YOU WON’T REGRET My tip is a simple one: don’t wear your hair up if you always wear your hair out and vice versa. Hairstyles can make or break your confidence, so invest in a…