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
These gorgeous pictures of Lena wearing the very popular and flattering Mercy dress were taken by www.lisajane-photography.com I love the purity and simplicity of this design, it still has that wow factor but in an understated and subtle way.
Anna and her maids looking fabulous. The dress was one of my all over lace overlay dresses. Worn with a heavy silk/crepe bias slip separate from the lace. The lace here is the Rosamund design in Ivory. The silk slip is in the Sea Pearl shade, a subtle pale champagne colour.
The amazing ruined Abbey venue is www.jervaulxabbey.com
Photography by missgen.com
Helen chose a semi bespoke version of the Mercy dress from my collection. We kept the look fresh and bright using Ivory throughout. A few layers of silk and tulle a touch of French Lace and some delicate hand finishing to the lace created a soft and ethereal look. I love the details of Helens’ wedding. Gorgeous!
This wedding has been featured on Love my Dress blog www.lovemydress.net/blog/2015/12/colourful-1970s-boho-wedding-bignor-park.
Photography by Jo Thorne at Horseshoe Photography
A very windy March day could not dampen the joy of this wedding. One of my first weddings this year featuring the popular Mercy design. Even in the bluster it still manages to look delicate and ethereal!
The fabulous Eloise design ( not yet on my collection page) has proved to be a perfect boho style wedding dress. Worn here for a beach side destination wedding. Just how gorgeous do these two look! The Eloise design is similar in personality to the Mercy design however there are a few definitive design changes. I have included a shot of the bride trying on the sample dress at my studio.
Ruth looks so pretty in her bespoke boho style dress. a slim fit to the hip with hand worked lace embellishment and a full flowing silk georgette skirt. Photography by www.kerrydiamondphotography.com
Charlotte commissioned a bespoke boho style lace dress with a stunning low back. The bodice has a slight camisole feel to the design but is actually reasonably structured. I love these gorgeous sunny summer pictures.
Karla commissioned a fabulous bespoke design that was a real pleasure to make. The bodice echoed a corseted piece of lingerie in style, handcrafted mostly. Lace and bead embellishments were added to the bodice. The skirt was soft and floaty with a deep French Lace trim at the hem. I adore how effortlessly glamorous Karla looks. I designed the veil as a softer version of a Juliet cap veil, so as not to restrict the hair or squash the style. The veil was a silk tulle with a narrow fine lace edging. The Juliet cap attached was a heavy corded lace. Photography by www.damienvandervlist.com