Natasha + Marchesa

Many of our brides choose the first dress they try on at Le Louvre and Natasha’s experience was no exception. It was her first and only destination for her wedding gown. Natasha’s family has a long standing tradition of selecting their wedding gown from Le Louvre and we were privileged to be a part of…

Alex + Jenny Packham

Alex was a joy to work with and what an incredible bride she made. Opting to favour simplicity and classic taste over bells and whistles, we were proud to call her a Le Louvre Bride. Alex wears Jenny Packham JEAN styled with Jenny Packham Marquise earrings, it was the perfect look for her paired back…

Le Louvre + Kimberley Girl

Kimberley Girl is the extraordinay program in Australia focused on teaching young indigenous women deportment, grooming and modelling skills with a specific focus on professional development in general. Girls from all corners of the Kimberley take part in a 2-week program with a competition to complete the course. The girls are then offered mentoring and…

Amelia + Le Louvre

Amelia Coote, head buyer at Le Louvre could have chosen any gown in the whole world. She decided to have the dress that makes Le Louvre famous. Designed in 1934 by Captain Molyneux, the infamous Pleated Model celebrates its 80th birthday this year. For Amelia’s gown, the highest quality silk satin crepe was shipped in…

Daisy + Marchesa

Daisy was not expecting to wear a strapless gown for her wedding day, however the Marchesa gown she found at Le Louvre was too divine to ignore. Daisy wears white chiffon gown with intricate beaded bodice. We styled Daisy with a bespoke Le Louvre veil and Jenny Packham crystal headpiece. Marchesa is the creation of…