Wedding Dresses

Archive for July, 2018

Fishtail wedding dress in crepe and lace

Fishtail wedding dress was Kirsty’s chosen silhouette for her bespoke wedding dress. Kirsty had tried a lot of dresses on, but none was quite right for her. We put all the ideas she had together and then started to source the crepe and other materials to achieve the look she wanted. Heavy crepe fishtail wedding dress and a bespoke veil to match Heavy crepe became the fabric choice for the dress. Then she had a rich satin for a deep belt on the dress. We found a lovely embroidered tulle with gold accent colour and pearl and sequin embroidery. Her…

Harris Tweed Wedding Dress

Harris Tweed Wedding dress with Chantilly lace and silk in red colour. What else could a bride called Rot for middle name wear for her wedding on Luskentyre beach? The Red Wedding, in tweed from Harris, silk and lace. Nadin’s dress was a bespoke wedding dress. The bodice was made in a red and burgundy harris tweed, we cut it on the bias. I thought it suited Nadins hourglass shape much better than the rigid shapes of the check. To that, we added lovely red Chantilly lace sleeves. The skirt was red shot with black Orissa silk, pleated to the bodice…

Silk and Chantilly lace wedding dress

A Cream Silk with Chantilly lace overlay was Holly’s dress choice for her wedding dress. Carefully chosen dress details The dress has long sleeves and a low back with a diamond neckline. The silk was a cream shade and the lace ivory. The two colours gave the dress more colour, and most importantly more texture. Holly’s dress choice is based on our popular Laerke dress.  Holly changed the dress to have long lace sleeves and she also changed the neckline at the back.  The result is striking and perfect for her early spring wedding. The wedding reception was held at the…

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