Fashion inevitably comes back around and bridal trends are no different.
A group of Echuca creatives have taken a walk down memory lane capturing wedding gowns through the decades.
Using real dresses worn by brides as early as 1929, the photoshoot recreates vintage wedding day looks with a modern twist on the hair, makeup and bouquet styles of the era.
Whether you are searching for a brand new dress or considering wearing a family heirloom on your big day, vintage gowns are a wealth of inspiration.
Elizabeth (nee Hargreaves) wore this gown with delicate broderie anglaise details when she married Robert Williams on October 1, 1929 in Yarrawonga.
On February 16, 1944 Dorothy (nee Jackson) wore this long sleeve, floral printed dress to marry John Goldsbury in St Arnaud.
While the World War II army uniform was worn by Jack Burkhalter on his wedding day.
Shirley (nee Williams) married Roy Stanley Bowles on November 13, 1954 in Yarrawonga wearing this gown complete with 3D lace flowers.
Mary (nee Fitzpatrick) wore this unmistakable 1960s style gown to marry Francis Coghlan on January 7, 1961 at St Joseph's Catholic Church in Northcote.
On her wedding day Rosslyn (nee Burkhatler) was a vision in white with balloon sleeves and a high neckline, marrying Bruce Collie on January 10, 1970 at Timboon Uniting Church.
Photography: Tamara Cadd Photography
Flowers: Wallingford Flowers
Hair: Bec Clifford from Mintme Salon
Make Up: Sarah May North
Venue: The Mill, Echuca
Models: Ella Wales, Rachel Whelan, Mackenzie Downie and Jacob Keenan