A R T _ S O U R C E


Styling // Tiffany Keal Creative,  www.tiffanykeal.com @tiffanykealcreativestudio
Florals // Natural Art Flowers,  www.naturalartflowers.com.au @naturalartflowers
Photography // Natasja Kremers,  www.kremers.com.au @natasjakremers
Stationary & Signage // Melissa Soraya,  www.melissasoraya.com @melissa_soraya
HMUA // Brittany Mason Make up,  www.brittanymasonmakeup.com.au @brittanymasonmakeup
Jewellery // Rowan Jewellery,  www.rohanjewellery.com @rohanjewellery
Furniture Table Hire // Hire Society,  www.hiresociety.com.au @hiresociety
Table Hire // Side Serve Perth,  www.sideserve.com.au @sideserveperth
Venue // Old Customs House,  www.artsource.net.au/whatson/Old-Customs-House

Gown // Maevana Bridal,  www.maevana.com @maevana


N I G H T _ C A L L _ G O W N

Our  N I G H T   C A L L   gown in movement 

An expression of blush satin silk and ilk organza in a gown.

Gathered organza makes up the top layer of our fitted drop waist bodice, with a petersham ribbon finished ruffle, along the neck and sleeve that leads onto a sheer 3/4 gathered sleeve. The skirt is panelled into two sections, finished with miniature memories of the neck ruffle and topped with a the same ribbon. the top panel is backed with our satin silk, where as the bottom is a double layer of Organza, finished for fullness at the hem with our crinoline tape. The ribbon is used again at the final to bring in the under bust, waist and natural waist, finishing the gown.


Photography // Natasja Kremers,  www.kremers.com.au @natasjakremers


HMUA // Brittany Mason Makeup, www.brittanymasonmakeup.com.au @brittanymasonmakeup


Jewellery // Rowan Jewellery,  www.rohanjewellery.com @rohanjewellery


Venue // Old Customs House,  www.artsource.net.au/whatson/Old-Customs-House 


Gown // Maevana Bridal,  www.maevana.com @maevana





W H I T E _ O N _ G R E E N _ C E R I M O N Y & R E C E P T I O N

Photography // Amanda Afton 

Florist // Emily Lauren Flowers

Cake // Delicious  By Sarah

Furniture // Heart Strings Hire & Style

Stationery // Sail & Swan

Dinnerware + Tableware  // Side Serve

MUA // Cat Elizabeth Artistry

Jewellery // Bespoke By Briarne

Couple // Venine and Dylan

Gown // Maevana

Suit // Penguin’s Formalwear

Venue // Feld & Co

On Location // Fremantle 

A white on cream on green, botanical styled ceremony and reception shoot


R O L L I N G _ H I L L S I D E _ C E R E M O N Y + R E C E P T I O N

Photographer // Samantha Simone

Florist & Styling // Rose and Bud

Stationary & Graphic Design // Parker and Pablo

Furniture Hire // Turtle and the Pelican 

Cake // The Cake and I

HMUA // Elicia Rudd Hair and Makeup

Ribbon // Lines and Squares

Gowns // Maevana


We came together with some of our favourite Perth creatives to set up a dreamy, sun soaked, hill side ceremony and reception. 

Our Dove gown can be cut in white, with our without the lace feathering.

Our Ocher gown is the perfect slip for your after party! or even bridal party, with a full colour range available upon request.


Bobbie and Ella Dancing With Her feature

Dancing With Her Blog 

Photography // Amanda Afton Photography

Florist // Marielle Studio

HMUA // The Pretty Parlour 

Jewellery // Blake & Bell

Models // Real couple Bobbi & Ella 

Gowns // Maevana


An elopement style shoot with this gorgeous couple, for the Dancing With Her Blog.

Wanders through the wintery wind swept sand dunes, this open and expansive landscape speaks to the adventurous soul who’s willing to take the unconventional elopement location to the extreme. The sky’s the limit.



S A N D _ D U N E _ S H O O T

Photographer // Amanda Afton Photography

Florist // Marielle Studio

MUA // Suzanah Soffian

Model // Bella 

Gowns // Maevana

A low key road trip through the high summer afternoon lead to solo wanderings through desert sand dunes and dancing under the rising moon. As wind and sand rolls over Bella, we captured the movement of these two gowns on the form. 

Our ‘Borderline’ bridal gown is cut from a thick Silk Crepe De Chine, It has a structured bodice with drop shoulder sleeves that fall long and fitted with a split cuff detail. The skirt is cut to a column and features fullness followed by a small train.

Our ‘Fairy Floss’ gown is cut from Silk Chiffon, and is the perfect summer throw over for a fitted slip. With minimal darts and an open back, the top falls with a loose fit as do the sleeves, with the skirt increasing in fullness as it’s gathered onto the waist band. The closures are simple and delicate hook and eye’s. 

I offer the Fairy Floss gown in a wide range of colours, jump into our inbox if you’d like to book a viewing of the gowns and see our colour range in person. 

Studio@maevana.com


N O U B A _ B L O G _ F E A T U R E

 Nouba Blog

Photography // CJ Williams Photography

Stylist // Flights of Fancy

Florist // Sir Botanical

Furniture and Table Hire // Event AritlleryMaisey collections

Stationary // Paper Fusion  

Dessert’s // Verlena Cakes

HMUA // Suzanah Soffian

Workshop // Clean Slate Skin Care

A bride and her gang of bride babes! 

We had a play around with what an unconventional bridal party could look like. Our bride Bobbie is in our grey feathered ‘Turtle Dove’ wedding dress, along side a selection of our warmer toned satin silk event wear gowns, some of which are more party ready then bridal party ready, but still make of one gold soaked bridal party. Turtle Dove is available in white upon request.


S H A N N O N & A N D Y

✨ Shannon and Andy’s winter wedding, featuring their beautiful pooch Pepper ✨

Videographer // The Auburn Hour

Gown // Maevana Bridal 

Shannon opted for a relaxed beaded wrap top, with a pencil flair skirt and train. We were able to sneak in a sheer silk Habutai Watteau, with matching detachable overskirt.


💭Major Watteau dreams right here 💭


T E X T U R E & F O R M

I have always been a tactile person, even as a young child always preferring to use my hand to paint instead of brushes. I have this memory of cleaning up at the end of an art class in primary school and seeing a great big splurge of mixed paint sitting in the sink. You can imagine what i did next, weird tactile kid right here. 

As technologies change and become more accessible to the greater public, i have become more and more intrigued by the fusion of physical art, created with paint and cloth, turned digital.

 This was just a short play around on photoshop. It always amazes me how much colour and shape can change the tone of an image.




P A L E T T E _ F O R E P L A Y

I have always loved the medium of paint, having been gifted with horrible handwriting art has always been a subject i never excelled in in my youth.

However i am finding new horizons of paint fulfilment in unique and self indulgent ways.

Thus began my late night colour palette foreplay.

You would be surprised at how much paint you go through with this technique, however quantity is utterly nessiary here. 

There is something so satisfying about dolloping cream-like pastel paint over and over. I can tell you, there is nothing quite like the rush of excitement as you lay, squish and peel to reveal mouth watering overlays.  

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