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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…

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…

Elegant wedding dress for Highland Wedding

Fiona had a simple yet elegant wedding dress Sometimes, less is more! Especially with dresses such as this. Fiona’s dress was wonderfully simple. The dress had lovely clean lines, with a fitted and slightly structured bodice and a loosely fitted and flowing skirt.  The bodice had a high neckline and subtle lace overlay to add some texture. The skirt was plain pure silk crepe and with a full length with a train. Therefore, this made for a classic, elegant wedding dress. Around the waist, there was a beaded embellished belt which added a little extra sparkle. Fiona also wore a cathedral length…

New York Wedding in Guipure Lace

It’s always exciting to create dresses for weddings in other destinations, so when Michelle came to us for her dress for her New York wedding, we couldn’t wait to get started! It took two days to travel there in the snow chaos, but Michelle’s New York wedding was wonderful! She had a full-length dress, with a V-shaped neckline and back. The bodice was fitted, with a guipure lace overlay which created three-quarter length sleeves. The skirt of the dress was beautifully simple, it was French silk chiffon, plain and loosely fitting. Therefore, this gave it a soft, flowing feel which looked…

Wedding Dress for a friends beautiful daughter

When Sarah’s dad asked me to make her wedding dress, I was really excited. I have known Sarah for many years as I am friends with her dad, and so when I was asked to make her wedding dress I was really excited. The dress had a fitted bodice, with a sea pearl coloured lace overlay. The dress had a strapless sweetheart neckline, but the lace overlay created a V-shaped neck over this and long sleeves. This, therefore, gave the dress a lovely elegant feel to it. The skirt of the dress was a pale pink colour. It was loosely fitted with multiple…

Simple lace wedding dress

Elizabeth had a gorgeous simple lace wedding dress. Elizabeth had a simple lace wedding dress, and although it was simple it was stunning. Sea pearl coloured silk backed the dress, and the cool colours of the lace and the sea pearl really suited her skin tone. The dress had a simple silhouette, being fitted at the top with a straight skirt. It was full length, to just above the ankles and also had a small slit in the back. The bodice had a high neck, high back and long lace sleeves; this gave it a beautiful, elegant look. Their wedding…

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