In the midst of this chilly Australian winter (snow in Queensland? WTF?!) there’s no better time to curl up with a coffee and your coziest blanket and get planning for the big day. Have you booked your photographer yet? Videographer? Florist? Not a problem, that’s what the Directory is for.
If you’re planning your wedding on a budget, we’re here to help. Each month we bring you our favourite dresses for under $1,000, and this month we have some real beauties! Here are our top 5 for July…
Melding traditional Indian craft with forward-thinking design, this flowing embroidered dress by Payal Pratap for Anthropologie is the perfect piece for a relaxed bohemian do. The simple pullover design is crafted from a cotton-silk blend with full silk lining.
Price $348 (USD) / From Anthropologie
With a nod to 50’s Hollywood glamour, this sweet tulle beauty is the quintessential vintage ballet-inspired wedding dress. From the slim silk bodice to the hi-low, layered skirt, it’s the perfect canvas for accessories and a pair of killer heels.
Price $800 (USD) / From BHLDN
One for the ultra-modern bride, this structured, one-shouldered jumpsuit makes one hell of a statement. Covered in delicate floral lace, its bold design isn’t lacking femininity. Perfectly suited for a chic city or gallery wedding.
Price $627 (AUD) / From J. Crew
For something truly unique, we love this lasercut, high-collared dress by Tadashi Shoji. Ivory lasercut neoprene is layered over a pale blush pink jersey, with raw cut hemline and sleeves. Feminine meets futuristic!
Price $548 (USD) / From Tadashi Shoji
With the recent release of their bridal capsule, Ever After, we couldn’t not include a boho beauty by Free People. This delicate crochet lace wedding dress features scalloped trim and a high neck with a gorgeous keyhole opening at the back.
Price $750 (USD) / From Free People