We asked Caitlyn Elliott from Studio C Bridal to tell us all about her favourite place, which is Lake Crackenback Resort and just so happens to be the place where she got married too! My favourite place is Lake Crackenback Resort. My husband and I got married there, and have had a few holidays […]
Studio C Bridal creates one of a kind wedding dresses, in the heart of Adamstown. Whatever your vision, inspired by colour, shape, texture, or classic beauty, you can’t go past Caitlyn with her years of experience, highly specialised skills, and easy-going nature.
At Studio C Bridal, Caitlyn lovingly hand makes every gown. The trousseau range includes corsetry, lingerie, garters and bridal millinery, which are all created to complement the bride, the dress and her day.
Caitlyn uses an intimate, friendly approach, getting to know each bride to best create her ideal ensemble. Your dress will always be unique, and made to fit perfectly, whether you take your inspiration from couture high fashion, vintage elegance, or just want to feel the best you can. We could be making you a princess ball gown, a bombshell fit-and-flare, a soft tea length dress, a feminine and elegant sheath, or a partying pantsuit.
Studio C Bridal has the ability to create a bespoke gown, rejuvenate an heirloom, or alter and fit a new purchase. Caitlyn brings a diverse skillset from both bridal and theatrical sewing, learning the best skills from the masters of costume designing and making. A custom made dress allows you the final word in every detail, whether it is neckline shape, skirt volume, lace detail, or train length, the dress will come to life before your eyes.
Studio C Bridal works by appointment only. Book your design consultation and discover the endless possibilities: your most important day deserves the best dress.
It is always good to start the week with a stunning shoot and Caitlyn of Studio C Bridal brought to life her gowns with a dream team in a romantic shoot on the sand dunes. The team included photographer Alana Taylor Photography behind the lens, Three Strand Cord on video, My Little Peony creating lush floral bouquets, Emma McGill on hair and makeup […]
My most important tool of the trade is my collection of scissors. But more than that. Each pair has a special reason for use – for a fabric, for silk, everything else, pinking shears (zig zag fabric scissors), lace, heading, snips… each has its own purpose and is perfect for each task. I’m also at […]