Wedding Dresses

Archive for August, 2011

City Sleek Vintage Glamour

Claire came to see me in May last year. She had some great ideas for the style she wanted for her wedding, a very sophisticated city wedding. Her reception venue was The Scotsman Hotel, she wanted all the vintage glamour she could manage, but in a very sophisticated sleek way, no bohemiean feel to it. Claire was in the process of loosing weight, she had done amazingly well even before i met her first time, so i knew, she knew what it took to meet her target. The funny thing was her body had changed shape so much that she…

Debbie’s Dress

Debbie’s Dress Debbie contacted us last winter and we had a wee chat about her dress. Debbie was great she had firm ideas about what she wanted. she wanted no train, and an easy to wear dress for her wedding day. Her and David had decided they were going to get married on her Auntie and Uncles farm and wanted to keep the summery rustic feel to her day. The result was beautiful, she had her dress made of a matte pure silk Duchesse satin, it has an overlay of a lovely really fine lace with a floral pattern. The…

Love My Dress Soiree

In the summer we got an invitation to the LoveMyDress Soiree. Love My Dress Blog is a great inspiration for us wedding people and brides. It’s a great source of ideas and great to keep up to date at all times. The Soiree was to be a big get-together of all wedding suppliers in the UK. We are a quite close knit group, we are all active users on Facebook and Twitter. I feel so very very lucky to have such supporting and talented colleagues. The event was amazing. The amount of organisation which must have gone into every detail…

Re: Make summer workshop in Cromrie Croft

My Friend Fiona McGarva is a very talented lady, she is a recognised glass artist, Fiona McGarva and like me she is very interested in issues relating to both education and the environment. It seemed a brilliant idea, that she together with her husband Danny Gilbert was to set up her company called Re:make. re:makescotland Re:make is a social enterprise. The main aim to educate people to get new skills and to learn to make new beautiful things out of old stuff, scraps or unwanted things. Remake’s summer workshop programme was amazing lot of workshops to teach children and adults different skills and to experience the…

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