I was thrilled to have my bridal jewellery collection featured in Wedding Magazine Australia. It was an honour to see my sparkling jewels paired with glamorous gowns from designers such as Judith Valente Bridal Couture, Bernadette Pimenta Bridal Couture and Ania G Couture. I had a wonderful time collaborating with some amazing wedding industry professionals on this styled photo shoot.

Location // Encore St Kilda Beach
Photography // Gazi photography
Hair and makeup // Iris Wieselmann
Styling // Alicia Ng


Love this glamorous contemporary look. For the luminous bride who loves to shine! Our smoky cinderella earrings are delicately understated whilst creating a beautiful and lasting impression. This is completely my style.....sparkles and silver!

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Having recently become engaged my world has become engulfed in wedding planning. Whilst on my mission to find my perfect gown I came upon the amazing designer duo, J'Aton. Jacob Luppino and Anthony Pittorino started J'aton Couture in 1995. The Prahran based couturiers are known for their elaborately hand-beaded and meticulously hand-sewn gowns. A J'Aton gown is made in the tradition of a European couture house where they drape, cut and pin their gowns to the body and then sew, by hand, every seam, dart and tiny bead. The European sensibility of J'Aton is born from their Italian heritage, "we love lace, we love detailing, we love embroidery and beads." These images capture the pure elegance and femininity of a J'Aton masterpiece. I am inspired and in love!

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Ron Ben-Israel is an executive chef based in New York City. I admire the exquisite works of this master confectioner. Ron is known for his wedding and special occasion cakes and for his detail in sugar paste flowers. His artistry has become legendary and The New York Times has proclaimed him “the Manolo Blahnik of wedding cakes”.

The work of Ron Ben-Israel for the film Sex and the City 2 is delightfully decadent. Ron created a lavish wedding cake laden with glamorous crystals. The 5 tier design took a staff of 9 people and 50 hours to put together. The cake stood at 6 feet 4 inches tall featuring a custom design cake stand made out of acrylic. Approximately 4,100 Swarovski crystals were used, mainly using chandelier elements. The cake served 485 guests and had a retail cost of $32,000. Wow!

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The London Design museum has teamed with my favourite brand, Swarovski for a new exhibition. The show is a collaboration of light, crystals and digital technology featuring exciting new talents such as Ron Arad, Yves Behar, Maarten Baas and Paul Cocksedge. They explore the relationships between the digital age and intangible things and the idea of establishing new connections within this ever changing dynamic.

‘Swarovski at the Design Museum explores the meaning of memory in the digital age, with the demise of the analogue era our relationship and connection with personal memory, photographs, diaries, letters, time and ephemera is changing.’

The artists experiment with LEDs, laser lights, mirrors, light painting, intangible holograms and off course Swarovski crystals within the works. Yves BĂ©har’s Amplify Chandelier, (above) commissioned in 2010, takes a single crystal amplified within a paper lantern to create a digital pattern, a repeated form, each one different from the next.

The exhibition, "Digital Crystal" opens today, 5 September until 13 January.

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