Meet our Brides

Elegant exclusive pieces we have handcrafted for you, our beautiful brides.

Thank you for sharing and letting us play a small part in such a meaningful day of yours with us here at NPC.

Here’s to love, laughter & happily ever after!

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“I knew I found the perfect designer for my wedding dress!”

Jahmilla visited our stand 3 times with her close beloved friends and family over the two days we had a stand setup at the annual Queensland Brides Wedding & Honeymoon Expo. A year later Jahmilla was walking down the aisle with her hubby Roshen and became Mr & Mrs. Jahmilla’s stunning timeless design was created using layers and layers of soft flash organza to create a enchanting waterfall skirt.  We positioned delicate hand beaded embroidery petals appliqués on a nude illusion tulle boned bodice and down onto the skirt. We created the dress to be magical keeping with the enchanting theme by including a detachable bow sleeve feature that unveils a subtle hint of detail behind the bodice with a lace up back and two straps going down over her shoulders dripping appliqué vines. To compliment the dress we created a perfect hidden accessory – the garter, designed and made using the remains of her dress material.

Jahmilla had a perfect opportunity to be asked by Nardia to be apart of a team photoshoot, having the chance to wear her wedding gown again and also wear a matching lingerie set to compliment her exclusive custom wedding gown at Customs House Brisbane. Oh did it fulfil her ivory desires, it’s what’s underneath the dress that counts too! 😉

Jahmilla & Roshen

9 November 2019 – Walkabout Creek Events

Wedding day Photography by Raw Design Media

Customs House Photoshoot by @rachelwalkercreative 

Hair Stylist @Sapphire Bridal & Occasions Hairstyling MUA @tulahni.mua


Together with Nardia Panettiere Couture, Kaitlyn designed her perfect neutral toned gown which was a fitted mermaid style covered in boning detail and lace elements. Along the bust, the lace featured olive leaves to match the Italian heritage of the couple. Of course, we can’t forget the fabulous 5-meter long train and 6.5 metre veil which gave this dress the absolute timeless feel – also removable so this can be worn throughout the evening for a different look and wearable movement. Groom, Nicholas, his silk pocket square, that extra sentimental luxury touch of her wedding dress embroidery on him. Oh of course! No wedding day is as special if you can’t have your furry friends there! So Kaitlyn and Nicholas made sure that their two dogs, Fennel and Basil, were right by their side! Both dogs were dressed up for the day in cute little white gowns and cane custom hats and mini garters utilising her gown materials that complemented ever so beautifully! The couple expressed that having the two dogs there made the wedding extra memorable!

Kaitlyn & Nicholas
10 January 2020 — The Calile Hotel

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Our planning with Steph all started in the exhibition centre bathroom!   How Bazar!

I could feel Steph’s frustration as her wedding was less than 2 months away and she hadn’t been able to find the right fit for a delicate skirt she had bought online. I decided to jump in. I told her about NPC and how I could help her design the completion of her dream wedding dress. I grabbed my tape measure and the bodice that caught stephs eye out of the collection on our stand and proceeded to fit Steph in the centre bathroom. Steph was ecstatic about her match: an elegant blue strapless bodice with pearl embellishments. 

As time was the essence, Steph met us at our atelier to discuss her bodice design and we started to work straight away. As comfort & sustainable for Steph was a priority, we agreed to have two separate tops for multiple uses utilising recycled lace. Underneath was a structured fitted bodice with a zip closure and a throw over scalloped edge lace halter neck with pearl buttons to close. Her nature and bubbly vibe is evidently reflected through the images of her day which made this process creative!

Steph & Ty
30 November 2018