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Alexis and Marc drew their wedding inspiration from stories of 1970s parties in old English castles. The combination of modern glam among Victorian antiques makes for a dream juxtaposition of epic celebration and dramatic detailing, the perfect backdrop for a true modern romance.

For Alexis, one gown was never going to cut it, so she chose custom couture creators d’Italia to design a unique piece to transition from ceremony formalities to dance floor antics. The Bridgerton style cascading cape and flattering wrapped bodice, perfect for a contemporary queen who understands the importance of ceremonial moments, but knows how to kick up her heels as the night cools down and the dance floor heats up!

The look. 

Alexis: The dress was the item I was most fussy about; I didn’t want to be a “basic bitch bride”. Bit ridiculous! However, my strategy was to try on as many different styles, colours, textures etc., to figure out what I liked and what I felt suited me. I tried on such a range of dresses, from plain satin fishtail to a ball gown made of feathers! There were asymmetric necklines, gold sequins, wings – the works!

I realised that I couldn’t decide and would have a ceremony look and an evening look. Of course, two dresses is really expensive, so I went to the dressmakers d’Italia to create my dress wedding look.

With the help of my bridesmaids and the d’Italia staff, I handpicked the fabrics and described how I wanted the dress to look. Then, we went into lockdown. From there, it was an uphill battle trying to organise fittings. I think my poor dressmaker only had a month to create it in the end!

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