A look into Acler Creative Director Kathryn Forth’s recent Adelaide Hills Wedding

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In late 2021 Acler Creative Director Kathryn Forth married under the cedar trees in a private ceremony. She wore a custom gown she designed adorned with hand crafted pom-poms. Flanked by co-founder Julia Ritorto (wearing Acler Spring 22 collection) and bridesmaids (also wearing pieces from Acler’s upcoming spring collection), this magical wedding day was all about the left-of-centre details. From floral arrangements decorated with pearls to the vibrant marigold reception dress.
Take a behind the scenes look - courtesy of photographer Gretl Watson-Blazewicz.
Acler Creative Director Kathryn Forth in a custom-made gown designed and made by the Bride. Shoes by Amina Muadi.
Acler Co-Founder Julia Ritorto wears Acler Spring 22. Coming soon.
Bridesmaid’s in assorted Acler designs from Acler Spring 22’ collection.
The wedding day was captured by photographer Gretl Watson-Blazewicz (@gretlwb_weddings)
Flowers were a curated collaboration between Emma Sadie Thomson @emmasadithomson x Beclu Flowers @becluflowers x Tjikko Floral @tjikko_floral
Makeup Artistry by Belle Quaglia (@isabellaias)
Hair styled by Kelly Allison (@kellyaallison)
Drinks catering provided by Love Mittie. @lovemittie_
Kitchen Catering by Sam @kitchencateringbysam
The cake made by Sugar Sugar. (@raw_sugarsugar)
Lighting designed by Bulb Lighting (@bulblighting)
Music: Quas @quaz1 with audio and turntable by Tennyson Events
Celebrant: Natalie Peachey @natalie_peachey_celebrant
Wedding Planner: Hello Jackie Events @hellojackieevents
Stretch marquee by Adelaide Marquees and Events. @adelaidemarquees
Pavillion supplied by Aussie Hire and Events. @aussiehireandevents
Furniture by Sash Events @sashevents, White Marquee @whitemarquee, Olympic @olympicpartyhire.

Acler recognises the Kaurna Meyunna (Kaurna people) and their ancestral lands, on which our team gather, and our collections are designed. The lands were never ceded and remain as important to the living Kaurna people this Reconciliation Week as they do each and every day. We respect the living culture, spirit, and country of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’. We acknowledge and embrace the significance and diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ contributions to the Fashion community. And we pledge to continue to take action in support of Reconciliation.