Aleisha and Brad
Our FIRST ever reversible dress client, she wore the lace side down the aisle, flipped it and reversed to the satin side for the reception.
Aleisha shares the details on her special day.
Congratulations Aleisha &Brad!
Location: Jacks Point Clubhouse
Bride's gowns: Custom designed by Trish Peng
Brides hair: Pure Hair Studio
Makeup: J.E.T Makeup Artist
Groomsmen Attire: Working Style
Groom's Attire: Working Style &R.M. Williams
Bridesmaid's Dresses: Miss Crabb
Rings: Custom made by Ally’s Dad
Photographer: Fiona Anderson
Planner: One Fine Day
Flowers: One Fine Day
Catering: Jacks Point Clubhouse
How did you meet?
After a wild night, and reconnected thanks to social media.
When and where did you get married?
10th August 2019 in the beautiful winter wonderland of Queenstown.
What was the theme/ aesthetic of your big day?
All about crisp colours, black and white was a key with hints of pink to soften the aesthetic. Being winter, Queenstown was the most picture perfect backdrop for our day.
What was the biggest source of inspiration while planning your wedding?
Pinterest! It’s like a rabbit hole but filled with inspiration beyond your wildest dreams.
The most memorable moment from your day
walking down the aisle, seeing all our nearest and dearest who had travelled to spend our special day with us.
The biggest hit on the dance floor was:
Our first dance song- Leon Bridges Beyond, sung by Brads cousin Mark which was extra special.
We honeymooned in:
We haven’t yet, planning is currently in progress
Did you always have an idea in mind of what you wanted your dress to look like?
When we decided on a winter wedding, all my original versions of a dress changed. Trish was an absolute dream here as she helped me design something more beautiful than I ever imagined.
What made you decide to have a reversible wedding dress?
I struggled back and fourth regarding the material of a dress. I loved how classic and timeless the lace was but I felt I needed something more. After exploring options of a detachable skirt to give us both, Trish suggested a reversible dress- game changer!