Wedding Dresses

Archive for August, 2014

Civil Partnership at Tynninghame Beach

Michelle and Jen had a gorgeous wedding at Ravensheugh Beach Log Cabins, at TynninghameRavensheugh. They hired an additional Highland Tipis to have room for all their guests. They had made all lovely and personal arrangements for their big day, and a good friend Debs, Chef at Under The Stairs, Edinburgh was to cook on a giant BBQ for all their guests. Jen had early on decided she wanted to wear a dress, which she got from a pre-loved website, and set off to Glasgow to buy an Ian Stuart dress,  but Michelle did not want a dress neither the traditional…

Muscari blue spring wedding in Edinburgh Botanics

Sophie has a beautiful almost elfin look about her. I was delighted to be asked to make her dress and i knew straight away it had to be something that would not over whelm her fine features. I suggested a heavy guipure lace, cut very fitted over a sweet heart neckline silk bodice with internal lace up and covered silk buttons. she had a fairly fitted heavy silk crepe skirt with a full circle skirt in fine french silk chiffon overlay. Sophie’s favorite colour was represented by a cornflower blue ruched silk chiffon belt with hand made roses and sashes…

Marquee wedding in Biggar

So many of our brides come to us through recommendations, So did Beatrice. She had clear idea of what she wanted for her wedding dress: sleeves, cowl neck, low back, buttons, and a little train. We put the elements together and helped her chose the fabric and we added a bit of embellishment.The beautiful veil was a family heirloom. The result was lovely, simple and sophisticated. The wedding was to be held at in the west of Scotland, in marquee by Langlees House in Biggar, Beatrice’s Great Aunt’s house. Beatrice, also asked us to make one of her flower girls…

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