The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux presents the rival housewives with their invites to her Byron Bay wedding.
The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux presents the rival housewives with their invites to her Byron Bay wedding. Contributed

Television star’s Byron Bay wedding airs tonight

BYRON Bay will be in the spotlight tonight during an episode of The Real Housewives of Melbourne, when housewife Gamble Breaux walks down the aisle at her beachside wedding.

The Real Housewives of Melbourne follows several single and married socialites and their glamorous lives, from the parties they attend to weekend getaways and everything in between.

In tonight's show - season 3, episode 5 - at  8.30pm, Gamble attends her Byron at Byron and Clarkes Beach wedding, but 'wild weather' threatens the ceremony.

The episode preview described her wedding as 'not exactly the smoothest of wedding days'.

Giant Invitations, which is based in Victoria, worked directly with Gamble to create her wedding invitations.

 

The Giant Invitations invite design of The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux's Byron Bay wedding.
The Giant Invitations invite design of The Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gamble Breaux's Byron Bay wedding. Contributed

Creative director Attila Vermes said it gave the Giant Invitations team goosebumps to see their invites as a centrepoint of last week's episode.

"We got a huge kick out of it! Our designers were messaging each other and having a laugh, especially at the part where (the invites) were thrown in the air," he said.

Mr Vermes was referring to a scene where Gamble hands her invitations out to the other housewives and one of them, Pettifleur, was not happy that a dog got an invite before her.

"Gina's dog got one, and the milkman got one, and I was finally handed out an invitation, it spoke volumes," Pettifleur said on last week's show.

You can see this scene online.

Mr Vermes said Gamble's invitation design was one of their most "extravagant to date", featuring a white-on-white theme and a laser cut pop-up design that depicted two lovebirds.

He said it was common for clients to order their invitations online.

"We specialise in wedding invitations, although we do cater for corporate and party invites as well as baby shower and event specific invitations," Mr Vermes said.

"Giant invitations has developed a sophisticated online ordering system where brides can personalise their invites across a huge range of options."

For more information about Giant Invitations visit the website.



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