Wedding Dresses

Archive for June, 2014

Silk dress with pink details

 Ruth came to us with lovely DIY ideas for her wedding for a springtime fun outdoors wedding. With lots of practice from Girl guides, she had ideas for activities and some lovely ideas for details for her very personal wedding. We were excited to be asked to make her dress. Ruth Decided to go for an Ivory silk, deep pleat dress with a wide pink belt and pearl detail. She had handmade roses  and sashes at the back. The dress had a train which bustles up for the night time dancing. The wedding was held at Kirknewton Estate, Stables, lovely…

Green Silk Taffeta Short wedding dress with deep pleats and lace overlay

It was lovely to meet Mary, we got really excited about her lovely ideas, she wanted a short green wedding dress, that was what she was sure of. We looked at her ideas and came up with some options to achieve the look she wanted. She went for a lovely crisp silk taffeta in a green colour and a sweet heart neckline with bateau scallop neckline in lace over, on the back the lace has a keyhole and a concealed zip. The wedding ceremony was held at the Malmaison, Leith, and the Wedding Lunch at The Shore Bar and Restaurant,…

Victoria’s Full Length Lace Dress with long train and diamant shaped straps

Victoria came to us looking for a dress to wear for her early spring wedding in Dunkeld Cathedral and later at Ballathie House Hotel.  We made her a dress from a beautiful ivory corded lace with a satin backing.  It had a big train and an internal bustle. We made a veil with lace trim to go with it.  We also made her two younger bridesmaids dresses in royal blue satin.  The photographer, Peter Keyser kindly allowed us to use his images. The beautiful cake was his wife’s work Silla Keyser Cakes, the  flowers were arranged by Louise Mackenzie from The…

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