Ines Di Santo Spring 2017 Bridal Collection Australia Debut

Bridal designer Ines Di Santo celebrated their official launch into the Australian market with a spectacular runway show hosted by Eternal Bridal, the exclusive Australian retailer for the brand.

Inspired by the most delicate spring blooms, Ines Di Santo created a breath-taking range of wedding dresses dripping with beautiful floral appliqués and intricate embroideries for spring 2017. From chic effortless summer frocks to the most elaborate of bridal gowns, there is something for every type of bride. The brand recently celebrated their official launch into the Australian bridal market, and Aussie brides will be able to purchase these gorgeous gowns from Eternal Bridal.

Ines Di Santo’s bridal collection for spring 2017 includes both classic styles and modern silhouettes. Romantic full-length dresses with voluminous skirts are ideal for traditional brides, while high-low wedding dresses, feminine trouser suits, and colourful materials are more appealing to brides looking for something stylish and fashion-forward.

Trendy details also include peplums, tiered skirts, bare backs, deep V-necklines and cut outs at the waist. One of the most striking pieces is certainly an ivory ball gown with pastel-hued floral embroidery, and we also loved the short embroidered frocks with long trains, as well as slinky mermaid dresses and dreamy ball gowns.

Photos Inlighten Photography, Hair Natalie Anne Hair, Make-up Makeup by Melissa Sassine, Venue & Catering Pier One Sydney, Event Styling Decorative Events, Styling & Flowers Fleur Events

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