Today we profile Marlene Cavall of Bungendore Bridal Couture. Located in the picturesque hamlet of Bungendore, NSW, Marlene makes bride’s dreams come true, designing and making inspired wedding gowns uk online like no other.
Marlene Cavall has been exclusively designing dream wedding gowns in the beautiful hamlet of Bungendore for over 17 years, with exquisite results. Bungendore Bridal Couture is world-renowned for their amazing fit, no matter your shape or size; a result of creating individually hand-crafted gowns using only the finest fabrics: Chantilly and French laces, chiffons, silk satins and accents. 

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 Marlene exclusively caters for the bride and offers a total package, from head-to-toe: veils, undergarments and hair accessories are all individually created.
 Her stunning studio in Bungendore, NSW, offers brides and their families personal viewings and private fittings, allowing the bride to create her dream gown with the designer and maker in exclusive, one-on-one consultations.
 With over 17 years Marlene has created numerous, award-winning gowns, worn by Olympic athletes and brides from across the nation and overseas, Marlene has always achieved her bride’s dream dress.
 Marlene Cavall designs by appointment only, allowing exclusive service and the time needed to make each individual piece. Marlene’s mantra is let me create your special dream, and we fielded a few questions to discover how this is achieved.
Bungendore seems like a beautiful location, does your environment inform a lot of your creation?
I live in a beautiful country setting, on five acres with cottage rose gardens and work in a stunning separate studio; the ambience set by a  massive chandelier displaying my gowns. Antique drawers are overflowing with exquisite beaded laces and crystals for the bride to make to make her selection.
Do you have a current collection?
I don’t have a current collection as I create individual gowns for each bride. Whatever style the bride wants – it’s her day and I am creating her dream.
Do you have a favourite gown?
No, I love them all, especially the corsetry.
Do you have any key advice for brides (and grooms) who are planning their wedding?
Plan your gown early, couture gowns are not mass-produced in two days, they are created for each bride. For the groom, I will make a gown for your bride that is jaw dropping.
What are some of your trend-tips for brides in 2013?
Fuller skirts, feather and matching combs.

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