If there’s one city in Australia that we’ve always wanted to hold a Grace Loves Lace Concierge, it’s Perth. Each day our Grace Girls speak with brides-to-be who are forever asking us to bring our gowns to the west coast, so it was a given… our next Concierge event just had to be Perth.

From the moment we came across Aisle Style when researching local Event Stylists, we knew we had to collaborate with them. We just loved their chic and effortless style and knew it was the perfect match for GLL. Made of up three extremely talented stylists, florists and planners, the Aisle Style team worked with us to create an event with a romantic, luxurious and organic aesthetic, the perfect backdrop for our gowns. Featuring furniture from Empire Events (did you see that navy velvet couch…), feminine florals and lush greenery arrangements curated by the Aisle Style girls, fused with raw, gold accents (our fave), our Perth Concierge definitely embodied the signature GLL style.

As this was our first time visiting Perth, we knew we wanted a venue with amazing street appeal. As soon as we saw the Ephemeral Boutique on the iconic King Street, with its heritage aesthetic and idyllic location (it’s next door to Chanel, need we say more?) we knew it was ‘the one’. This timeless, double storey building with beautiful timber floors and arched doorways was the perfect place for our Stylist team to call home whilst they met with over 100 brides from Perth and surrounds.

Not only did local brides get to experience this dreamy setting and a one-on-one styling session with the GLL team, whilst sipping on Chenin Blanc from Perth winery, Sittella, every bride took home a gift bag with keepsakes including a relaxing bath salt from The Clarity Tribe, a delicious macaroon from Garnished Co., a bespoke candle from The Gifting Collective and an amazing Rose Bud Elixir from The Seeke.


Photography by Varga Murphy and Natasja Kremers,

featuring our amazing Stylists’ Steph, Anna and Amy.

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