Sydney Bridal designer day with Tanya Anic

Get the total look for you and your wedding day at a one on one appointment with Sydney bridal designer Tanya Anic on Saturday February 25, 2017.

Choose from exquisite luxe- lace and chic, contemporary gowns, designed with flattering structure and fashion features reminiscent of the most memorable designer classics.

Fashions by Farina with Tanya Anic Bridal invite you to this one day special event to discover your best bridal gown style and shape to create the perfect statement silhouette.

Designed to feel beautiful and comfortable, the Delphina bridal gown by Tanya Anic, features soft fabric, a structured sweetheart bodice, illusion neckline, cinched waist and overlay of intricate lace for ultra-feminine-chic.

As part of Bridal Designer Day on Saturday, February 25, 2017, Tanya Anic and Fashions by Farina offer you an event price for your Tanya Anic bridal gown when you place your order.

Phone or email to confirm your time with Bridal Designer Tanya Anic at Fashions by Farina
Floor 3 -Shop 1/428 George Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000.

Places are limited- phone 02 9222 2933 or email bridal@fashionsbyfarina.com.au

Tanya welcomes the opportunity to bring the best of design, fabric and feel to create the ultimate wedding dress to express the best version of you on your day.  

Bowral Bride at Hopewood House

Often finding the type of venue and the location for your wedding day matches the same criteria of knowing who is the right person for you. You can feel it, see it and imagine the wonderful and endless possibilities.

It is easy to picture you and your husband celebrating your day at Hopewood House and at the same time taking your place in the honourable guest list that have walked the corridors and toasted great and significant events through time.

One of the most fitting bridal gown designs to take you to the grand dining and the gardens at Hopewood House is Willow the wedding dress design from the Tanya Anic Bridal collection.

Willow Bridal Gown by Tanya Anic

Willow feels and looks beautiful and is a sensational statement with layers of flowing silk, featuring a bodice of imported lace and delicate leaf applique with tiny shell beads to capture the light.  Simply awe-inspiring! 

 

Hopewood House is one of Australia’s 19th century mansions nestled in the Bowral country landscape and boasting the original wide bay windows, high ceilings and long hallways. Set in pleasure gardens, this location easily translates into a certain ambience and sense of occasion.

Lili Kad photography selected this venue to capture the essence of the fairy tale wedding.

To feel and look the best version of you on your day, contact Tanya Anic for a one on one style consultation and join the many brides who share wonderful stories of their dream day turning into reality.

Willow Bridal Gown is available long sleeve, short sleeve and sleeveless.

Venue Hopewood House  @hopewoodhouse
Photographer Lilli Kad Photography  @lillikadphotography
Floral Design Kindred Floral  @kindredfloral
Hair & Makeup Marth B@marthabmakeup
Model Maria Ronzhina
Jewellery Ole Lynggaard@olelynggaardcopenhagen

 

Love in the Vines -Hunter region bridal event

Set in the heart of the Hunter Valley region endless rows of vines create a welcoming landscape to the bridal event of the season. “Love in the Vines” hosted by Hunter Valley Wedding Planner at the Lindeman’s Estate, is the showcase for all the good and great in bridal inspiration.

Home to an abundant selection of Australia's finest wine and produce the invitation is open to brides, couples, friends and family to experience the Hunter region’s best of services to plan your local or ultimate destination wedding.

From the vintage stone buildings of tradition to the contrast of the rugged landscape of a family property to the sea and sand of the coast, "Love in the Vines" draws from the natural surroundings to plan your day.

Creating the perfect mix of alluring, bohemian, luxury, Willow bridal gown by Tanya Anic featured on the fashion runway. This design fitting for a country setting, presents a beautiful bodice of illusion lace, leaf and bead embellishment, cap sleeve, low back and soft flowing silk skirt.

Keeping in the theme of the day, Melody bridal gown by Tanya Anic boasts collectively the most loved elements in traditional design coupled with modern luxe-lace for beauty and movement. This classic bodice design with sweetheart, lace-illusion neckline and long-line, semi-train features a low-back and off the shoulder strap to complement shape and form for a feminine, silhouette statement.

To celebrate the best of you in the ultimate wedding dress contact your Hunter Valley region retailer Simple Elegance Boutique or Tanya Anic Bridal for an appointment.

Bridal gown design by Tanya Anic
Photography by little black bow
Hair Makeup by Empire Artistries
Models Amelia Roche: Lillian Baker

 

Santorini dream dress

Azure blue reminds me of the island of Santorini with endless summer sun and fabulous depths of rich blue, gem-like shades, reflected in the sea and surroundings.

A popular destination for the bride and groom, Santorini has etched a place in the hearts and minds of many newly-weds, and for many reasons.

The iconic imagery of white-washed walls against a sunlit sky with brilliant blue domes, archways and winding stairs is the type of landscape that beckons romance, peace and soulful serenity.

Blue Santorini gown by Tanya Anic

What is it about the many facets of blue that so inspires?

It seems there is a collective universal language associated to the hues of blue through time.

Described in scripture as part of the finest adornments for priests and kings an indigo blue, known as tekhelet was produced from shellfish to dye clothing. Worn by royalty and associated to loyalty, authority and faithfulness, the replication of the colour blue has an interesting history.

According to Scientist Marc Walton, Blue was the first man-made pigment. Derived from ground gemstone lapis lazuli it was used in eye make-up in ancient Egypt and is seen in many world renown paintings and artefacts.

Author Ravi Mangla describes, how the ultramarine pigment “was more precious than gold” causing Renaissance artists, including Michelangelo to sought innovative ways of application to create their great works.

Walton explains, it’s rarity and cost was the driving force for innovation in replicating the brilliant blue with synthetics. This is possibly why we should consider the foundation and meanings of the multiple shades of blue and the way it is woven into our lives through nature, art, fashion and architecture.

According to Mangla, the ultimate blue or ultramarine translates to, “beyond the sea”. A description in itself that suggests the discovery of new hope in unchartered places.

Today many enriched blue pigments including ultramarine, cobalt, and cerulean are produced with various methods using plants, minerals and synthetics.

Photographer Carla Coulson, captures an ethereal vision of the timeless hue in this custom-designed, silk organza gown by Tanya Anic.

The classic fitted bodice with soft, flowing layers reflects the many meanings of blue beyond light and depth for the ultimate, lasting impression.

Photography Carla Coulson

Photography Carla Coulson

To find out how you can wear your exclusive, custom-designed gown for your next event contact Tanya Anic for an appointment.

Photography Carla Coulson
Custom Design Gown Tanya Anic

 

 

Bride to Be-Perth

Oxford Bridal Boutique in Perth is celebrating the opening of their new premises with a desirable selection of bridal gowns from International and Australian Fashion Designers including new designs from the Tanya Anic collection.

From the studio in Double Bay, Sydney, the Tanya Anic bridal gown label is created with local and imported fabrics, luxurious lace and detailed embellishments. 

Reminiscent of bridal fashion from a bygone era, Tanya Anic, vintage-inspired gowns reflect the best from ballroom to beachside and the elaborate with art deco- style beading or classic elegance in sheer lace.

Summer Bridal Design by Tanya Anic

Each gown is designed with a flawless structure to enhance every attribute of the natural form to create the perfect silhouette. While the lace overlay features intricate subtle designs of floral, leaves and sunburst patterns, glistening crystal, pearl-like beads or silk-satin trim to reflect light for the look and feel of distinction.

Experience the look and feel of vintage-inspired elegance on your wedding day from the latest Tanya Anic bridal gown collection. Selected designs available from Oxford Bridal, Perth, Western Australia, include Daisy, Filomena and Summer.

All the best of the season is captured in the Summer-inspired, bridal gown design with flamboyant floral-patterned lace, floating over soft strap bodice and skirt, detailed button back and symmetrical scoop neck-line for perfect fitting.    

If you are a bride to be, planning the perfect Perth wedding contact Oxford Bridal Boutique for an appointment to see your dream day vision come to life in a Tanya Anic bridal gown.

Bridal Gown Design-Summer Tanya Anic
Photography Grant Sparkes-Carroll
Makeup Liv Lundelius
Accessories Purdy in Bloom

Fields of Gold

Gold is one of the most alluring hues in the palette this season, bringing a sun-kissed glow to the skin and hair. It also holds a special place in the history of fashion, often worn by royalty, this shade and all things gold radiates a bold –luxe statement.

Featured in the latest issue of Bride to Be, this Tanya Anic Daisy design is all about fun. Reflecting the warmth of the sun in this champagne silk, sheer sleeve, illusion neckline and embellished with applique of scattered little daisies.

Whether it is for the country retreat or beach side wedding this feminine design certainly makes a statement.

Photography Trevor King for DLM
Makeup Nicola Abela for Reload
Accessories Masai and Kookai

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