Madame Tulle Bridal Campaign Feature

You can only imagine my squeal of delight seeing a custom Lazy Girl bridal bodysuit featured in a recent campaign for Sydney veil designer Madame Tulle! Feast your eyes on this dreamy look book for the 2022 Island Petals collection that epitomises the elegant and romantic bride… 

Unique Bridal Veils

Madame Tulle is a Sydney based wedding veil designer catering to brides in Australia and around the world. Her veils are pieces that speak of the first century woman and brides, with a mission of being unique, outstanding and unforgettable. 

The Lazy Girl lace bodysuit featured in the 2022 lookbook for the ‘Island Petals’ collection, drawing inspiration from island life and bridal boudoir photography.  Her new petal veils are extraordinary a statement piece for the bold and romantic bride and the embroidered veils are designed for brides that want to classic raw edge veil with unique details. 

This lace bodysuit outfit is an excellent example of how how you can bring your dream bridal bodysuit look to life with a custom creation…


Custom Bridal Bodysuits 

Searching for the perfect bridal bodysuit but can’t quite find what you are looking for? I feel you girl! Your bridal outfit should be everything you have dreamed of and be as unique as the woman who wears it. Bring your dream wedding to life with a custom white lace bodysuit just like the look I created for Madame Tulle. 

How do you get started? I recommend checking out my range of lace bodysuits and bridal tops to get a feel for what style you are after. Take the following questions into consideration:

  • What style of bodysuit am I after? Do I want a v-neck bodysuit, off the shoulder style or something high neck?
  • What bridal skirt will I pair with this look? When planning your bridal separates consider whether your skirt will be high waisted, what fabric will it be made of and will it be fitted or flowy?
  • Do I have any fit or sizing considerations? I specialise in personalised sizing and have some great resources for taking your measurements and learning about sizing here. 


I recommend getting the foundation of your outfit sorted first (bodysuit and skirt) and then leave styling until afterwards - it’s easier to choose things that compliment your look effortlessly rather than trying to work backwards. 

I hope this helps you to create the bridal look of your dreams! Get in touch here to discuss a custom bridal bodysuit creation for your wedding day. 


Photographer: Gusmank Photography

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