Wedding Dresses

Archive for June, 2018

Destination Wedding Dress

Destination wedding dress, for a wedding on a beautiful sunny Greek Island. That was what Rania and Daniel had in mind for their wedding ceremony and reception. So, what is a destination Wedding Dress? Well, its a dress suitable for the climate and location. Rania’s dress had to be light, cool, relaxed, beautiful (well, obviously). We matched her requirements with a bespoke dress. Rania chose a lovely silk Satin and a light chantilly lace overlay on the bodice. She had an illusion neckline with guipure lace,  all the motifs were worked by hand and attached by hand, then they were…

Summer Wedding Outfit

A wedding outfit for a fun informal summer garden wedding was what Kirsty had plans for a  when she first came to see us. Kirsty wanted a relaxed outfit and she wanted to wear trousers. The final result really matched her vision perfectly. Kirsty had a heavy brocade boned bodice with little buttons down the back and lovely silk crepe trousers.  The bodice had a “train” in silk chiffon, which she could take off after the ceremony.  Both the train and the bodice had little buttons and so the train could go on, and come off again. Don’t you love…

Malaysian Wedding – Bride and Mother of the Bride

A stunning Malaysian wedding Jade and her husband are both Malaysian, and so decided to have Malaysian wedding celebrations in the UK and Kuala Lumpur. They both have studied and worked in the UK and so were delighted to invite their family over. After their Cambridge celebrations, they flew to Kuala Lumpur for a 3-day event where she wore her wedding dress, as well as beautiful traditional Malaysian dress. Jade and I shared a Pinterest board to exchange ideas, which was filled with western wedding dresses with oriental influences. Things such as kimono bows, etc. Her dress was made from crisp…

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