Going Places

ups and downs but always great design

The beautiful backdrop of The Pullman Hotel Brisbane rises to the occasion in this going places shoot. When you combine the romantic elegance of this iconic location with a range of stunning gowns and fabulous hair and make up by the oh so talented, Shelley Veitch, you have the recipe for a perfect fashion shoot.  Centrally located the Pullman is the perfect base for your photography session with easy access to many of Brisbane’s best vistas, although why you’d want to leave we wouldn’t know. Stay and enjoy the hospitality and a glass or two of bubbles and make use of the unique architecture and design elements for your backdrop.

The perfect gowns designed by Joanne Hasson at JK Couture Designs are as alluring as they are well made. See here not only her superb bridal gowns, but also a glimpse of the unlimited choices with bridesmaids and formal gowns.

Add the brilliance of George Wu’s gowns, and I’m in heaven.  These stunning creations are out of this world. The perfection of his gowns is breathtaking. Just ask anyone who’s worn one.

To top off this exquisite group we add gowns by When Freddie Met Lilly, who captures the modern, fresh bride, who is confident, and just a little sexy.

Throw in a little sparkle, or a least some pearls, to bring it all together with classic bridal jewellery by LaPapeterie, and you have it all. The french know understated class, and the Parisian inspired LaPapeterie has it.

This shoot was all up, with no downs, other than the elevator. The roof top pool deck of The Pullman was a particular highlight. A real bird’s eye view on Brisbane.

Dave Wall from Masterpieces Photography + Video performed his magic to capture these simply gorgeous images at The Pullman.  His eye for a stunning image, with the use of light and space makes Masterpieces an essential to creating your lifelong wedding memories.

Thanks also go to our two sublime models for the day – Laura and Hayley.
Always such a pleasure to work with.

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