The Australian Instagram and fashion sensation said "I do" to photographer Luke Shadbolt in Wanaka, New Zealand, at a vineyard that looked out to picturesque mountain and lake views.
Her wedding wardrobe consisted of five custom looks, starting with a top-and-pants combination with a dramatic train created by Australian designer Toni Maticevski for the cocktail affair the night before the ceremony. For the ceremony, the bride turned to Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli for a statement piece that had extravagant embellishments juxtaposed with contemporary cut-outs.
I’m lost for words to explain the depth of gratitude I feel for this man, the seamstresses, the embroiderers, and the entire @maisonvalentino team who worked on this dress. All I can say is thank you, from the bottom of my heart. Thank you, #PierpaoloPiccioli, this moment is so sacred to me. And to my beloved @caitni, you really are the one who brought this fantasy to life and I cherish you #LOVEBOLT
Next up was an architectural strapless, ruffled design by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia of Oscar de la Renta, followed by a pleated white satin Swarovski crystal-embellished ankle-grazer by Dion Lee. For brunch the next day: A long slip dress dreamt up by jewellery designers (and close friends of Warne) Michael Lo Sordo and Ryan Storer.
Her bridesmaid's outfits were no less stunning. Warne's besties donned custom gold satin dresses by Dion Lee, paired with clutches of romantic pastel blooms.
There's style inspo for the grooms too - Shadbolt was dapper in a green velvet tux by Armani (as did his groomsmen) which went perfectly with the beautiful natural surroundings of their nuptials.