Anna Dutton of Anna Dutton Couture posted photos of a dress she designed for Melissa Buckton.
Anna Dutton of Anna Dutton Couture posted photos of a dress she designed for Melissa Buckton.

The wedding dress that 'almost crashed the internet'

When Anna Dutton of Anna Dutton Couture posted photos of a dress she designed for Melissa Buckton, it almost 'crashed the internet' getting the most likes of any of her gowns on Facebook and Instagram.

Melissa and Luke Buckton were married in Bali at the Bali Beach Garden Resort, Kuta on 26 August wearing the custom designed gown from the award-winning Mackay designer.

The gown was created from a base of pearl coloured grace satin with an overlay of ivory soft bridal tulle in the skirt and then five different laces.

One vintage guipure lace was hand cut, placed into the desired patterns and then approx four months of hand sewing to fix the lace in place on the gown.

"The gown featured my signature inbuilt structure so the gown hugs the body but is very comfortable to wear,'' Mrs Dutton said.

"As the ceremony was on the beach it had a small train to which the lace was also stitched onto. We used illusion tulle through the upper front bodice and back so that the lace on the arms and neckline appeared to be floating together with the pearl buttons down the centre of the back."

"Fitted gowns with emphasis on the "booty" seem to be quite popular at the moment as well,'' Mrs Dutton said.

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