The fashion influencer, however, has some very clear ideas about her dream wedding, revealing she’d love one intimate ceremony and one overseas celebration.
“In the ideal world we’d have a really small intimate ceremony just with family and bridal party in Sydney at home then take it overseas and do a bit more of a party,” she explains to hosts Ally Molineaux and Lucy Polkinghorne.
“It sounds a bit ridiculous.”
Nadia says she’d love to tie the knot for the second time in Turkey. Having lived in Bodrum, Turkey for a year, Nadia would ideally pick the coastal town as a place that has meaning to her.
As a style icon, the focus for her followers is less on location and more towards the dress, or in Nadia’s case multiple dresses.
“I have an idea of what I want. I might be able to have four dresses. One for each wedding then I’ve got to have a party dress to dance in,” she reveals.
The two-dress traditional, although relatively new, is fast becoming one of the most popular wedding trends, allowing brides to wear one gown for the ceremony before changing into a more party-appropriate piece.
Four seems quite fitting considering Nadia is planning two ceremonies, after all Ellie Goulding had FIVE gowns for her one wedding.
The 31-year-old admits she's hasn't finalised any of her bridal gowns just yet but does have Australian designer Aje in mind to bring her dream dresses to life.
“I haven’t found the one yet, I think I’m going to reach out to my home brands and have them make a dress for me, which would be exciting because we’d be able to work on it together,” Nadia says.
“I will probably ask Adrian and Eddie from Aje to do one or two for me, because it feels like home, it means something. We’re still great friends and very much in each other’s lives," Nadia explains of her former colleagues.