Wedding Dresses

Archive for October, 2012

Hopetoun House, Summer, Champagne and Happyness!

Lauren and Rob got married at the beautiful Victorian venue of Hopetoun house near Queensferry, on a glorious sunny day back in May. Lauren had opted for an elegant full-length silk duchess satin gown in a dark ivory, with a pretty chantilly lace overlay in a lighter shade of ivory. This created a slight vintage and three dimensional feel to her outfit, which also had elbow length lace sleeves, an internal corset, button fastenings down the back and a long flowing train. The Freja team also made her two bridesmaids dresses from a champagne coloured orissa silk and with a…

Black & White Wedding at Dundas Castle

Amy came to us after having tried on a hundreds of dresses in Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, she had seen a few she liked, but still not found the right one. We met with Amy and discussed what we could do for her. Amy settled for a dress with internal corset and Chinese silk organza bias strips all around the dress, in total was over 200 meters of silk organza strips. The strips swirled round and round and made into big flowers on her skirt. Amy wore a small veil on a simple pearl comb. For night-time Amy had a…

Debbie’s Cowl-neck wedding dress at Dundas Castle

Debbie came into Freja with a few simple wedding dress ideas, and ended up going for something a bit more extravagant as her ideas grew and grew!   She finally opted for a beautiful silk satin dress with a train, front and back cowl neck and crystal embellishment on her waist, a very similar style to one we had created for the Drumlanrig shoot! She looked absolutely stunning, complemented by her accessories from Corrine Smith Design, flowers from Planet Flowers, make-up by Lucy Gourlay and hair done by Keith Marshall. Debbie was so lovely to work with! She had lost a…

Pink Wedding Dress for Winton House

Kristy was such a good fun no work with… she had been recommended to come and see us from Blue Sky Photography. Kirsty has a degree in costume design, and alltough she does not work today with her costume degree, it is clear to see she has a lot of artistic flair and design skills she use in her work. Kirsty had given a lot of thought to her dress, she brought in an amazing drawing and had a little scrap book with details and period features and things she wanted involved in her dress…. We LOVED it all and…

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