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Laura Lesmoir-Gordon

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More Info SummarySummaryLaura was getting married in France in the summer so we designed a simple dress with a delicate daisy guipure cotton lace with a cotton lining for coolness and breathability. The final look complimented the rural French setting beautifully. We hand stitched daisies, cut from the main cloth, over the straps and a…

Lucy & Gus

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More Info SummarySummaryLucy’s brief for her bespoke wedding dress centred on a 1920’s theme, and also the film ‘Water for Elephants’. We came up with 20 designs for her to choose from. The final dress was a fluid silk satin with a beaded neck piece. Most Recent Projects

Serena and Nico

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More Info SummaryMaterials usedAdditional infoSummarySerena’s dress was probably our most ambitious project to date. Her dress was a beautiful silk zibeline with a delicate floral embroidery with pearls and gold metal threads. She wanted an off the shoulder look so we used boning in the bodice to keep it in place. The back featured tiny…
Natalie & Jonathan

Natalie & Jonathan

More Info SummaryMaterials usedFurther infoSummaryNatalie was adamant she wanted something colourful and non traditional for her wedding dress. First considering peach tones, she settled on blues in the end. The skirt is made up of about 20 metres of silk organza, all finished with a thick border. The bodice is boned to create a corset…
Leanne & Will. Photography by www.bullitphotography.co.uk

Leanne & Will

More Info SummaryMaterials usedFurther infoSummaryLeanne was the epitome of understated glamour. She wanted a very simple silhouette, fit to perfection with a boned corset structure integrated into the dress. The back featured many tiny cover buttons over an invisible zip. Silk was used throughout and she was extremely proactive with the sourcing of all her…
Lottie and Lee. photography by stujotham

Lottie & Lee

More Info SummaryMaterials usedAdditional infoSummaryTo match her opulent reception setting of Westonbirt school, Lottie wanted a full skirted dress with dramatic bow and a demure top with clean crisp lines. A high boat neck front allowed for a striking open back with a heart shaped cut out. Pearl buttons were used at the back neck…