This fabulous Glasgow wedding took place at the Brides University. Such an amazing setting so dramatic. Photography by www. struvephotography.co.uk I just love the intimate quality of the pictures.
Rebecca wore the Eloise design. This dress is in the palest of Blush silk with an Ivory Silk tulle skirt and an Ivory French Lace on the bodice. We customised the back to a deep plunging style.
I also created the lace edged veil seen here. Using a matching lace trim to the lace on Rebeccas’ dress.
This most heartfelt and sincere wedding celebration took place in rural Norfolk. The bride wore my Eloise design. A simple modern boho wedding dress. This wedding epitomises the term Homespun and rustic. A real family affair with all hands on deck getting ready. Tears and hugs and laughter and celebration describe the day. There is something wonderful about getting married in the country. A modern boho wedding in rural Norfolk. When I was making this dress meeting for fittings were a thing of joy. Sometimes I get to meet the most happy smiley people full of joy and excitement as in this case. So ver happy and excited in anticipation of getting married and wearing a dress that is cherished itself.
Bespoke wedding dress.These fabulous and rich pictures were captured by the amazing Lina and Tom . The wedding had a Midsummer night dream theme captured in all of the gorgeous detail.
Natalie wore a semi bespoke gown in a deep cream colour with French Lace embellishment and a tulle skirt. The fabulous rich cream colour simply looked fabulous and suited the brides complection perfectly. We decided on a silk crepe backed satin. This was overlaid with a full circle of tulle. Natalie wanted a floaty elbow length sleev which was made in a French Calais lace as was the dress bodice. The skirt was embellished with applique cut outs of the french lace. The lace trailed downward from the waist adding an individual and unique element to the design.
Josie was so lovely to work with. Her semi bespoke dress came together even though she lives in Edinburgh. Her chosen French Lace was one the nicest pieces I use. I love the joy and feeling in these pictures by Fraser Stuart photography.
A beautiful London Boho bride wedding took place in Chelsea Town Hall then over to Notting Hill with a lovely quiet and intimate pit stop in Hyde Park. You can see more of this wedding over on www.lovemydress.net/blog/2017/10/dana-bolton-fuss-free-intimate-colourful-portobello-docks-wedding.html
I simply adore this wedding so much. Not only was the bride an absolute dream to work with she also looked pretty amazing in her dress.
This dress was a semi bespoke request . adding a longer sleeve and an alternative silk for the skirt and using Ivory instead of Oyster colour-way of the Mercy design.
This has now become a firm favourite in my collection and is called the Marianne design!
pictures by Nell Malia photography
Farsheen chose the most delicate and ethereal Ophelia two piece. The skirt consisting of layers of tulle, silk and french lace. Featuring a button fastening detail. The camisole top is a simple bias shape with a fluted delicate french lace layer floating over. Photography by www.fringe-photography.com
Sasha chose the Myrtle lace design. This French Lace is so beautifully delicate soft to the touch and ethereal. Worn with a warm tone silk slip as part of the design. Sasha asked for a full length sleeve for her late Autumn wedding.
This has to be one of my favourite all time weddings. Flavie was pregnant on her wedding day with her second child. I absolutely love the challenge of making a dress for brides with bumps, the challenge and the extra special relationship makes it all the more magical. Flavie has all the style and relaxed sophistication we expect of the French. The design was the Mercy dress just worn a little higher at the waist at the front of the dress. Wedding in the south of France.
Felicity looked so beautiful in her lace overlay dress, at her wedding in Vancouver. This design is worn over a separate silk slip. The purity and clarity of the lace works well and is shown to its best when worn as a separate piece like this. I just love the combination of the lace and Felicity’s stunning body art.
Leila chose a semi bespoke version of the Mercy design. The skirt was of a slightly crisper tulle fabric. This gave a heavier more floaty element to the skirt. I love how perfectly ethereal and soft and summery Leila looked on her wedding day. All so perfectly captured by www.richardskinsphotography.co.uk