MAFS 2024: All the details on the brides' wedding dresses

The show stopping brides are serving up some stunning looks this season.

In every season of Married At First Sight Australia, the blushing brides never fail to wow in their wedding gowns, and Season 11 is proving to be no exception.

Just two episodes in, four brides have already left us swooning with their stunning looks.

Dive into the details and see what the brides wore to make a lasting impression on their big day.

Lucinda Light

Lucinda in her wedding dress (right) and with her groom (left).
Lucinda's stunning dress was designed by Simone Ellis in Byron Bay and crafted from 100 per cent cotton 3D floral lace. Photo: Simone Ellis/Nine

Lucinda Light's bespoke, custom designed and made Simone Ellis wedding dress boasted long sleeves, a high collar, and an attached veil that gracefully cascaded behind her as she exchanged vows with Timothy Smith.

The pièce de résistance of the ensemble was the exquisitely crafted and intricately designed headwear, complemented by Lucinda's casual up-do.


Sharing her details about creating the look Lucinda said, "Simone is incredibly creative, and I just wanted her to have full creative range."

And when it comes to the headpiece, Lucinda revealed: "The crown was actually made out of cable ties, and then she wrapped it in French lace – truly ingenious."

Tori Adams

Caption. Photo: Nine
The styling team at Miss Bella Bridal Brunswick helped Tori find her dream dress. Photo: Nine

Tori was giving fairytale princess on her big day, radiating sheer elegance in the stunning "Charlise" gown by Victorian store, Miss Bella Bridal.

The sophisticated gown featured delicate thin straps and a skirt that billowed gracefully, embodying timeless beauty and simplicity.

Sara Mesa

MAFS 2024 bride Sara Mesa pictured on her wedding day (left) and posing in her dress (right).
Sultry bride Sara opted for an off the shoulder look with a sculpting corset. Photo: Nine

Sara Mesa left her groom, Tim Calwell, speechless as she walked down the aisle wearing the exquisite "Bowie" gown from The Ivory Room x Marquise Bridal collection. With online prices ranging from $6,000 to $9,500, it's safe to say this gown is the epitome of luxury. In fact that brand has developed a cult following for their sultry silhouettes and minimal chic designs.

The stunning dress, featuring a mesh sleeve and a silhouette-sculpting corset, made Sara's entrance truly unforgettable. To complete the look, she added a floor-length veil and styled her hair in an elegant up-do, accentuating her striking features with timeless sophistication.

Cassandra Allen

MAFS 2024 bride Cassandra Allen at her wedding (left) and posing in her dress (right).
Also choosing an off-the-shoulder silhouette, Cassandra's Eternal Love Bridal gown was timelessly elegant. Photo: Nine

Cassandra Allen truly embodied elegance in her dreamy gown from Eternal Love Bridal. The off-shoulder cut and intricate lace detailing gracefully complemented Cassandra's figure, creating a stunning bridal silhouette.

Cassandra's carefully curated and radiant look truly set her apart on her special day. Her softly styled hair, pull back to one side with a gem-adorned hair clip, added an extra touch of sparkle to the entire ensemble.

Eden Harper

Caption. Photo: Nine
Caption. Photo: Nine

On her big day, MAFS bride Eden Harper exuded elegance in a couture Marquise Bridal gown, a vision of modern romance. The dress, adorned with intricate 3D flowers and beading from top to bottom, showcased a structured bodice and a graceful flowing train. Eden maintained a chic bridal aesthetic, complementing the ensemble with a sophisticated up-do.

Eden is the second MAFS bride to wear the exquisite designs of Marquise Bridal this year, following in the stylish footsteps of bride Sara Mesa who also beautifully represented the brand earlier in the week.

Natalie Parham

Natalie Parham at her wedding (left) and posing in her dress (right).
Natalie, in a traditional wedding silhouette, was escorted down the aisle by her brother. Photo: Nine

Natalie Parham chose a classic yet chic bridal look for her wedding to Collins Christian. Her gown had lace detailing from the bust to the waist, flowing into a playful tulle skirt.

Opting for a traditional style, she pulled her hair back in braids and kept it simple with pearl earrings.

Ellie Dix

Ellie at her wedding and left posing in herHarbour Town Luv Bridal & Formal wedding dress.
Ellie wore a classic gown with a sweetheart neckline from Harbour Town Luv Bridal & Formal. Photo: Nine

Ellie radiated pure elegance as she said "I do" to groom Ben Walters in the most gorgeous gown from Harbour Town Luv Bridal & Formal on the Gold Coast. The dress boasted a breathtaking embellished bodice paired with a gracefully flowing lace train.

Her hair, styled in a soft beach wave, perfectly complemented the ensemble, and the addition of a veil completed the look.

Andrea Thompson

Andrea at her wedding (left) and posing in her Two Sisters The Label dress (right).
MAFS bride Andrea wore Two Sisters The Label when she married groom Richard Sauerman. Photo: Nine

At 51 years old, Andrea Thompson, the oldest bride on MAFS this year, looked absolutely ageless in her Two Sisters The Label gown while exchanging vows with groom Richard Sauerman.

The design, timeless and whimsical, reflects the essence of Two Sisters Label, emphasising wearability and the ability to rock this look again for special moments. Age is just a number, and Andrea's radiant glow proves it!

Lauren Dunn

Lauren Dunn posing at her wedding (left) and in her dress (right) Photo: Nine
Lauren Dunn cut a striking figure in her Lydia Tsvetnenko gown. Photo: Nine

All eyes were on Lauren as she stole the spotlight in a bold wedding dress by Perth designer Lydia Tsvetnenko. The gown, showcasing structured shoulder pads, a plunging neckline, and a thigh-high split, made a striking statement.

Lauren completed her look with stylish silver heels and a chic, sleek bun for the occasion, and groom Jonathon McCullough was thoroughly lost for words!

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