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Chantilly lace for church wedding

Chantilly lace dress for a stunning church wedding Lynsey’s wedding took place in Colinton Church, with the reception afterwards at Mansfield Traquair. Her dress was made of beautiful Chantilly lace. Lynsey’s dress had a lovely classic look, because of the Chantilly lace. We also made her bridesmaids’ dresses and her mother’s outfit for the wedding. She had her bridesmaids to match her in pale pink silk crepe with matching lace edges, with different necklines. We made her mum a blue and pearly grey outfit, and she had a headdress to match made by the wonderful Bridget Webster. Lynsey did her own makeup which was stunning,…

Champagne Satin Dress for Wedding

Samantha looked stunning in her champagne dress. Samantha’s dress was truly stunning. It was champagne satin and a silk crepe skirt. It also had a white lace overlay and a low V-shaped front and a low back. A ribbon was used to create a belt, which matched the colour under the lace.  In addition, back of the dress was secured by buttons and loops, with added lovely detail to the back. Her dress also had a small train. Samantha also wore a long veil for part of the day, which looked stunning combined with the train. Some of these photos…

Chantilly Lace dress for Hopetoun House Wedding

Gorgeous lace dress for wedding and reception at Hopetoun House I know I have said it before.. but we really just get the best brides. I met Rachel at the Luxury Scottish wedding fayre, about 18 months before her wedding to Jack. Rachel was working as a designer at Vivienne Westwood before her and Jack Got engaged. So really was looking to basically design her own dress and be involved in the process! This could have been a bit intimidating for me. However, Rachel is so lovely had has such lovely kind manner, we jumped at the opportunity. And it…

Truly Scottish Royal Mile Wedding

Zoe’s Royal Mile Wedding Zoe and her husband were inspired by the idea of having a real Scottish wedding – and they nailed this. Their wedding included a walk down the Royal Mile! They had just been living in Australia and wanted a real Scottish wedding with a relaxed atmosphere and a ceilidh. That’s exactly what they had, and they chose Lothian Chambers for a lovely simple registry. They then walked down the Royal Mile to the City Chambers for their wedding reception, therefore giving them the perfect Scottish wedding! The photographs are courtesy of Nick Mailer and captured the…

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